- How an office view became a 60 Minutes story
- For this week's broadcast, Safer interviewed Ingels about the project on a boat ride along the Hudson River. At first glance, Safer says the skyscraper looks like a pyramid or an enormous sail.
- Missed opportunities: Raleigh's architectural legacy threatened
- Built in 1954, this first-of-its-kind, “hyperbolic-paraboloid” residence by architect Eduardo Catalano was a geometric jewel. Catalano had come to Raleigh from Buenos Aires to teach at N.C.
- A First Look at the Great Pyramid of West 57th Street
- It follows a hyperbolic paraboloid, the curving, mathematically precise surface that gives us the Pringle and the swooping 1960s saddle roof. Albert Frey used the same type of bending plane in the 1965 Tramway Gas Station (now a visitor center) in Palm ...
- London's Top Five Truncated Hyperbolic Paraboloids
- 14781288582_df09747a29_z In simple terms, a hyperbolic paraboloid is an infinite curvy surface shaped like a saddle, with bits that go up and bits that go down (in complex terms, well, read Wikipedia).
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