Question: What Kind of Art and Architecture are in the Chrysler Building?
The Chrysler Building
is a notable art-deco
landmark in New York City. Built between 1928 and 1930, the Chrysler Building was designed by architect William Van Alen and was the tallest building in the world for a short time before the Empire State Building
surpassed it. Walter P. Chrysler had iconic Chrysler features added to the building, including stainless-steel eagle heads and Chrysler radiator caps.
The beautiful art-deco lobby, as well as the ceiling murals by Edward Trumbull have drawn much acclaim and many visitors.