Now that 35 Hudson Yards is sufficiently underway, we can safely compare the once-abstract design to the reality rising out of the ground. Like all the buildings at the $25 billion Hudson Yards development, it is a one-off structure, employing many of the devices that make up the regularly (and, perhaps overly) used Deconstructivist style. This new building - which was designed by David Childs of Skidmore, Owings & Merrill - exploits a certain visual ambiguity...
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Deconstructivist - All Grown Up
Source: The Real Deal