SVA presents The 45 Degrees

A Public Exhibition
SVA presents The 45 Degrees

What skyscraper in New York City has an angled top? Yes, of course, the “Citicorp” building, now known as 601 LEX, strikes a unique silhouette in the New York skyline. The 45° angled top, modern and sleek, stands in contrast to the 1930’s pinnacle-topped buildings of midtown Manhattan.

The 45 Degree Exhibition is a tribute to Hugh Stubbin’s 45° top, with product designs of the 1970’s re-imagined by School of Visual Arts 3D Design students.

Designed by

  • School of Visual Arts BFA Design and BFA Interior Design: Built Environments students

Led by

  • Kevin O'Callaghan, SVA, Chair, 3D Design
  • Dr. Carol Bentel, SVA, Chair, BFA Interior Design: Built Environments

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601 LEX, between E. 53rd Street & E. 54th Street on Lexington Avenue

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