Raimund Abraham, an Austrian architect famous for his visionary designs and for a New York landmark-building died in a car accident in Los Angeles yesterday.
In the US, Abraham is most well-known for designing a 23-story skyscraper on NYCity’s 52nd Street in a spot only 7-meters wide. The building houses the Austrian Cultural Forum, Austria’s cultural embassy in the United States.
To see what the tower looks like inside, click here.
Raimund Abraham’s work is often named in the context of architects such as Frank Gehry, Rem Kohlhaas, and Philip Starck, as this NYT article explains.