Intended to "become a living representation of man's belief in humanity" by its architect Minoru Yamasaki, the World Trade Center was first revealed to the public in 1964. An abstract and overpowering design in the city's then "Radio Row" district, this controversial project proved to be not only an urban renewal project, but an astonishing architectural and engineering accomplishment.
Featuring 60 illustrations and commentary from powerful contributors, this book offers a deep, artistic delve into the story behind Yamasaki's Twin Towers. Covering 168 pages in a beautiful book with an included bookmark, CLOG carefully examines the importance and irreplaceability of the World Trade Center. Published 2014.