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Built in 1859, Cooper Union’s Foundation Building was the first structure in New York City to use rolled-iron I-beams for support—which were customized from railroad rails manufactured by industrialist and founder Peter Cooper. This reproduction giclée print from Old Blueprints captures the intricate details of the original plan in traditional white on blue.
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W 36” H 30”
Collecting architectural images as hobby has become common since the invention of the printing press. Old Blueprints honors this tradition and celebrates architecture as an art form with a carefully curated selection of reproduction blueprints, drawings, and photographs. Each landmark is captured with detailed precision to create elegant and educational accents.