Françoise Bollack Architects architectural records and papers, 1984-2007
Françoise Bollack Architects is a New York City-based architectural firm founded by Françoise Bollack, a professor of architecture in the Graduate School of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation at Columbia University.
This collection includes original and reprographic architectural drawings for projects in New York City and the surrounding region undertaken by the firm Françoise Bollack Architects. Principle projects represented include the Lesbian & Gay Community Services Center in Manhatan; renovations and alterations to the New York State Capitol building in Albany, New York; . Also included are related project files and digital images.
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