The Metropolis of Tomorrow by Hugh Ferriss - Peter Harrington BlogHugh Macomber Ferriss July 12, — January 28, was an American architect, illustrator, and poet. Hugh Ferriss was born in and trained as an architect at Washington University in his native St. Louis, Missouri. Early in his career, Ferriss began to specialize in creating architectural renderings for other architects' work rather than designing buildings himself. As a delineator, his task was to create a perspective drawing of a building or project.
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The Metropolis of Tomorrow
The first edition, Ferriss developed a unique style, using chiaroscuro to depict brooding, monumental structures that gave his cityscapes an alien feel. His work continues to inspire architects and city planners, as well as artists, filmmakers, and comic book creators. We recently obtained the copy depicted here, which still has the rare original dust jacket. Below, a selection of images and text from the book. The Metropolis of Tomorrow is divided into three sections. The first depicts buildings that had already been planned or constructed, including the Chicago Tribune Building:.
PDF | On Jan 1, , Francesco Moschini and others published “The Metropolis of Tomorrow” di Hugh Ferriss, New York / Francesco.
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Verticals on Wide Avenues from Metropolis of Tomorrow. Occasionally in the course of my research of buildings in our area, I come across a familiar name. Last week exactly that happened. In the course of his career, he rendered hundreds of buildings and projects around the country, but it was his visions for the ideal city, particularly as illustrated in his book The Metropolis of Tomorrow , that would earn him his fame and legacy, which still resonates today. The following year, he moved to New York and worked for Cass Gilbert as a draftsman until , when he set out on his own and worked as a free-lance delineator an artist who creates renderings of other architects designs usually for promotional or planning purposes.