Abstract
The publishing house is projected as an extension of the former New York Times building and consists of editorial offices and assembly rooms. According to trans­formations in the newspaper industry the annex has a mere switchboard function, while the previous headquarters serve as a library and archives. The design of the central office is based on an architectural interpretation of the papers language, organization and production.
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Newspaper House
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The New York Times Building, New York City, United States
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