New York Times Building

Renzo Piano, Fox & Fowle Architects

Eighth Avenue between Fortieth and Forty-first Streets.


Late Modern (International Style III)
“Mr. Piano’s building is rooted in a more comforting time: the era of corporate Modernism that reached its apogee in New York in the 1950s and 60s. If he has gently updated that ethos for the Internet age, the building is still more a paean to the past than to the future.”

The facades of the tower are a combination of glass curtain walls and a ceramic tube screen. Daver Steels tie bars, M100 to M56 provide bracing to each corner of the building.
Daver Steels secured this project by providing both an economic and practical solutions to the tensioning of this structure. In total Daver Steels supplied 280 tonnes of tie bars direct from the UK. All tie bars were supplied with a 2 coat paint system and shipped fully assembled.

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