Chrysler Building Blueprint
Brooklyn-born architect William Van Alen scaled new heights when he designed Manhattan's Chrysler Building, and our reproduction blueprint illustrates his achievement on a fittingly grand scale. With its 1930 opening, the Chrysler began an eleven-month reign as the world's tallest building – and the first to rise beyond 1,000 feet. Though surpassed in height many times, this Art Deco masterpiece still stands as one of the most beloved structures ever built.
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- Art: 25½"W x 76½"H
- Frame: 31½"W x 82½"H overall; 58 lbs.