"The appropriation for a house should be divided into two equal parts, one-half for the house, the other for the gardens, pathways, court, approach, terrace and the rest of it, or, as it might be termed, one-half for the pudding, the other for the sauce." Architect Thomas Hastings
Saturday, June 15, 2013
ENTRANCE TO THE TIFFANY HOUSE, AT MADISON AVENUE AND SEVENTY SECOND STREET, NEW YORK
ENTRANCE TO THE TIFFANY HOUSE, AT MADISON AVENUE AND SEVENTY SECOND STREET, NEW YORK—HIGHLY ORIGINAL IN DESIGN, AND VERY APPROPRIATE TO THE CASTLE-LIKE STRUCTURE OF WHICH IT IS THE GATEWAY.
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