Modern Architecure on the Upper East Side

With John Arbuckle

Amidst the Upper East Side’s celebrated array of Beaux Arts, Colonial Revival and other landmarks, can be found important examples of Modern architecture designed by some of America’s most prominent and influential architects of the twentieth century. Discover Modern highlights in the East 60s and 70s, in and near the Upper East Side Historic District, including some of New York’s earliest remaining examples. This virtual tour will visit residential and institutional buildings designed by William Lescaze, Philip Johnson, Edward Durell Stone, Paul Rudolph, Gordon Bunshaft of SOM, Marcel Breuer and others. Guide John Arbuckle is President of DOCOMOMO US/New York Tri-State, a local chapter of an international organization dedicated to preserving Modern architecture.

All tours are in Eastern Time and last 60 to 90 minutes.

Saturday, June 19
11:00 AM

Virtual Tour

Member: $15
Non-member: $25

Edward Durrell Stone townhouse on East 64th Street in Manhattan. Photo: Photo: Ted Mineau. Modifications: photo cropped.