Une visualisation interactive du National Geographic, qui montre à quel point la "skyline" de New York est en train de changer Manhattan is in the midst of an unprecedented tall building boom that's radically changing its skyline.
Snowstorm A great blizzard (by some accounts a late-season hurricane that collided with a cold front) paralyzes New York under snowdrifts two stories deep in places; it will take the city nearly two weeks to recover. - New-York Historical Society
Stewart Walker(Fuller Building), Leonard Schultze(Waldorf-Astoria), Ely Jacques Kahn(Squibb Building), William Van Alen(Chrysler Building), Ralph Walker(Wall Street Building) and Joseph Freedlander(Museum of the City of New York).
1926 -- The giant dirigible Los Angeles floats above the city of Detroit. Below is Washington Boulevard, with the Book-Cadillac Hotel on the right and the New Book Tower to the left. Photo from The New York Times Photo Archives.
Use maybe a partial spread by using an opening page (concertina or simple fold?) - crop a photo > maybe the hever photo w/ hever on left w/ hedge. Think about the theme style! Ed Ruscha - every building on the sunset strip