Architects: Mies van der Rohe + Philip Johnson.
Location: 375 Park Avenue, New York City,  USA.
Project Year: 1958.
Photographs:  various.

The Seagram Building was designed by Mies van der Rohe in New York City and set a standard for the modern skyscraper. It was set back 100 feet from the street edge, creating an active open plaza with two large fountains and outdoor seating. The lobby has a white ceiling and flexible floor plans lit with luminous ceiling panels. The Seagram Building is an example of an International style skyscraper in New York City, featuring glass panes of gray topaz for sun and heat protection, Venetian blinds for window coverings, and metal bronze skin to express the structural frame. It is still admired by many visitors fifty years after its completion.