200 Central Park South
Erected in 1963 and converted to a cooperative in 1984, 200 Central Park South was Built by Bernard Spitzer and Melvin D. Lipman, and designed by Wechsler & Schimenti. The design principle applied to 200 Central Park South is a kind of self-referential Modernism that is one of a kind in the Manhattan area. The exterior of the building is made of brick and painted in elegant beige. The base of this structure is well known for its distinctive succeeding bands of balconies and curved arc corner and the intelligent curved design of the this building is not only beautiful; it also allows the apartments to have views of the nearby Central Park. Only the top fourteen floors are not curved, however, they have maximized views thanks to their angle corner windows. Enhancing the apartment with exceptional views is a very important factor of the buildings structure. Overall, it is a work of beauty that people would want to live in.