Chrysler Building

By: Andres Monroy

Architect

The Chrysler building was designed by Architect William Van Alen. William van Alen was born on August 10, 1883 he died on May 24, 1954

Chrysler Building was one of the first to extensively use stainless steel over an exposed building surface; it was also the world’s tallest steel-supported brick building with a stainless steel crown supporting a spire

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work began in 1928 and finished in 1930

architectural style - Art Deco/Streamline Moderne

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The Chrysler Building Lobby is the most expensive lobby in the entire city

The lobby is made out of a very expensive African wood

When walking in on the ceiilng you will see a mural that cover the entire ceiling. The lobby shows scenes primarily of the workers that created the building, as well as tributes to the airplane and the age of flight.