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RIHA Journal 0198, Marótzy and Székely

Fig. 01

New York Life Buildings │ a) in Paris │ b) in Berlin │ c) in Vienna (reprod. from: James Monroe Hudnut, Semi-Centennial History of the New-York Life Insurance Company 1845–1895, New York 1895, 211, 215, 217)

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Fig. 02

a) Equitable Life Building, Berlin (reprod. from: Architektur der Gegenwart, vol. 2, pl. 32) │ b) New York Life Building, Amsterdam │ c) New York Life Building, Budapest (reprod. from: Hudnut 1895, 213, 219)

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Fig. 03

a) New York Life Building, New York City, 1896 (reprod. from: Hudnut 1895, frontispiece) | b) the second New York Life Building in Paris, 1900 (reprod. from: La construction moderne 16 [1900], pl. 59)

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Fig. 04

a) Foncière Palace, Budapest, 1890 (photograph: http://foto.fszek.hu/dsr/access/d33d8836-0384-4147-815a-aae7aedd0450) | b) Gresham Palace, Budapest, 2015 (author’s photograph)

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Fig. 05

Proposals for the New York Life Building in Budapest, 1891 │ a) by Gyula Bukovics │ b) by Zsigmond Quittner (reprod. from: Magyar Mérnök és Építészegylet Közlönye (MMÉEK) [Gazette of the Association of Hungarian Engineers and Architects] 27 [1893], 397, pl. II)

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Fig. 06

János Bobula, two proposals for the New York Life Building in Budapest, 1891 │ a) in a neo-Gothic style │ b) in a neo-Classical style (reprod. from: Ország-Világ 13 [1891], 626)

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Fig. 07

Proposals for the New York Life Building in Budapest, 1891 │ a) by Samu Pecz │ b) by Vilmos Freund (reprod. from: MMÉEK 27 [1893], pl. III and V)

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Fig. 08

Antal Steinhardt and Adolf Lang, proposal for the New York Life Building in Budapest, 1891 (reprod. from: MMÉEK 27 [1893], pl. XII)

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Fig. 09

Keresztély Ulrich, proposals for the New York Life Building in Budapest, 1891 │ a) first version │ b) second version. (Reprod. from: Ország-Világ 13 [1891], 622, and MMÉEK 27 [1893], pl. XVIII)

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Fig. 10

Alajos Haussmann, proposal for the New York Life Building in Budapest, 1891 (reprod. from: Ország-Világ 13 [1891], 623)

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Fig. 11

Interior design proposals for the café in the New York Life Building in Budapest, 1891 │ a) by Vilmos Freund │ b) by Samu Pecz (reprod. from: MMÉEK 27 [1893], pl. III and VI)

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Fig. 12

Floorplans for the New York Life Building in Budapest, 1891 │ a) by Samu Pecz (top left) │ b) by Antal Steinhardt and Adolf Lang (top right) │ c) by Keresztély Ulrich (down left) │ d) by Gyula Bukovics (down right). (Reprod. from: MMÉEK 27 [1893], 98, 265, 393, 398)

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Fig. 13

The anonymous proposal for the New York Life Building in Budapest, 1891 (reprod. from: Ország-Világ 13 [1891], 627)

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Fig. 14

Alajos Haussmann, New York Life Palace in Budapest, elevation, 1892 (reprod. from: MMÉEK 26 [1892], pl. XIV)

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Fig. 15

Friedrich Thiersch and Martin Dülfer, Bernheimer Palais, Munich, 1889 (photograph: Wikimedia Commons)

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Fig. 16

Elizabeth Boulevard, Budapest, circa 1900 (photograph: http://www.antikterkep.hu/images/erzskorut1920.jpg)

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Fig. 17

Alajos Haussmann, New York Life Palace in Budapest, floorplan, 1892 (reprod. from: MMÉEK 26 [1892], 322)

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Fig. 18

Alajos Haussmann, elevation drawing of the café in the New York Life Palace in Budapest, 1892 (reprod. from: MMÉEK 26 [1892], pl. XVI)

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