A modern black and white architecture poster of the famous top of the Chrysler Building in New York City. Did you know that architect William Van Alen kept the 56-metre-high tip of the skyscraper a secret until the very last moment? Due to the secrecy, the Chrysler Building was celebrated as the world's tallest building in 1930 and the competitors from the Bank of America at that time had no chance to win the competition for the world's tallest building. The dimensions of the poster include a built-in picture mount.
The poster is printed with top quality inks on beautiful 240g gallery paper with matte finish. The result is a stunning print with unrivaled quality and image reproduction, that will stand the test of time.
Frame not included.