Synagogue for the Arts / William Breger

Synagogue for the Arts / William Breger

i could go take a picture of the seagram’s building or the chrysler building, but i figure i’d rather search out something a little bit weirder. and today’s building is one of my favorite odd-ball buildings in nyc. it’s tribeca’s synagogue for the arts, as designed by William Breger (who was a student of Walter Gropius, the bauhaus bigwig) — via moby los angeles architecture

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