This 46-story tower is one of NYC’s most inventive works of contemporary design, also one of its greenest; around 90% of its basic steel is from reused sources. Structured by Foster and Partners, its corner to corner framework of brackets inspires a spiked glass-and-steel honeycomb. The pinnacle ascends over the emptied out center of John Urban’s 1928 cast-stone Hearst Magazine Building and the hall is home to Richard Long’s Riverline’s, a 70ft wall painting made utilizing mud from New York’s Hudson River and England’s River Avon.

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