April 14, 2015

New York – Cooper Square 41 – 1

[It appears that the posting of Cooper Square 41 – 1 didn’t make into, um, print.  Here it is.]


In a city with some of the world’s most outstanding educational institutions, the one considered “most desirable” (in terms of difficulty in getting accepted) is the Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art– a privately funded college located in Cooper Square (map here), established in 1859.

Its most recent addition is 41 Cooper Square, a new classroom, laboratory and studio facility designed by Thom Mayne of Morphosis Architecture – a controversial structure (and not just because of the architecture) as well as one of the first LEED Platinum buildings in New York City.





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