Concrete has a role in minimalist design of New York's Signature Center

03/6/2012 | Wall Street Journal, The

The concrete floors of the newly opened Pershing Square Signature Center in New York offer an example of how minimalist designs can be "jazzy and mutable." Frank Gehry's design -- in tandem with H3 Hardy Collaboration Architecture -- involved creating a "quietly potent new kind of space," which reflects architecture as a once-in-a-while complementary feature of a building instead of warranting every bit of attention, according to this piece.

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