In Manhattan, gorgeous mid-century design, inside and out…

Olivetti 1960

The Pepsi-Cola Building, designed by Natalie de Blois and Gordon Bunshaft for Skidmore, Owings, and Merrill, 1960

For the landmark preservation report, click here.

Denizens of Manhattan and an interior frieze by Constantino Nivola—ownership of the building went to Olivetti in 1967—pictured Here, the Olivetti Showroom in New York (different building) in 1954:

16_Mostra_Notizie Olivetti_18-1954_03_6859Gorgeous:

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