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The Nebraska State Capitol Building (1932) The Nebraska State Capitol took over a decade to complete. In fact, it was one of the Guastavinos’ largest projects ever: They manufactured more tile for the Capitol than for any of their other works. Hildreth Meière created the decorative tile designs, which were then laid by Rafael Guastavino Jr. Photo: Michael Freeman/Alamy

9 Dazzling Tiled Archways Devised by Rafael Guastavino

The Nebraska State Capitol Building (1932) The Nebraska State Capitol took over a decade to complete. In fact, it was one of the Guastavinos’ largest projects ever: They manufactured more tile for the Capitol than for any of their other works. Hildreth Meière created the decorative tile designs, which were then laid by Rafael Guastavino Jr. Photo: Michael Freeman/Alamy

Guastavino Tile Arches in City Hall Subway and Ellis Island Photos | Architectural Digest

9 Dazzling Tiled Archways Devised by Rafael Guastavino

Guastavino Tile Arches in City Hall Subway and Ellis Island Photos | Architectural Digest

Arcos y bóvedas de azulejo de Guastavino en el Oyster Bar, de Grand Central Terminal, Ciudad de Nueva York, arquitectos Warren & Wetmore (1912). Fotografía © Michael Freeman. Señala encima para ver la imagen más grande.

Arcos y bóvedas de azulejo de Guastavino en el Oyster Bar, de Grand Central Terminal, Ciudad de Nueva York, arquitectos Warren & Wetmore (1912). Fotografía © Michael Freeman. Señala encima para ver la imagen más grande.

Guastavino y la "City Hall station"[NY].

Guastavino y la "City Hall station"[NY].

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Guastavino y la "City Hall station"[NY].

Guastavino y la "City Hall station"[NY].

Ed Koch Queensboro Bridge, New York (1909) Guastavino and his son, Rafael Jr., worked on the Queensboro Bridge in New York City, tiling the great arcade beneath its Manhattan piers. The space was originally a food market that closed during the Great Depression, and it has reopened several times as different businesses. Today it serves as an event space appropriately called Guastavino’s.  Buffalo Central Terminal (1929) Ceili

9 Dazzling Tiled Archways Devised by Rafael Guastavino

Ed Koch Queensboro Bridge, New York (1909) Guastavino and his son, Rafael Jr., worked on the Queensboro Bridge in New York City, tiling the great arcade beneath its Manhattan piers. The space was originally a food market that closed during the Great Depression, and it has reopened several times as different businesses. Today it serves as an event space appropriately called Guastavino’s. Buffalo Central Terminal (1929) Ceili

El hombre que cambió la fórmula constructiva de Nueva York y liberó el desarrollo de la gran urbe de los incendios se llamaba Rafael Guastavino y nació en Valencia.

El hombre que cambió la fórmula constructiva de Nueva York y liberó el desarrollo de la gran urbe de los incendios se llamaba Rafael Guastavino y nació en Valencia.

City Hall Loop - The platform and mezzanine feature Guastavino tile, skylights, colored glass tilework and brass chandeliers. Passenger service was discontinued on December 31, 1945,[2] making it a ghost station, although the station is still used as a turning loop for 6 <6> trains.

City Hall Loop - The platform and mezzanine feature Guastavino tile, skylights, colored glass tilework and brass chandeliers. Passenger service was discontinued on December 31, 1945,[2] making it a ghost station, although the station is still used as a turning loop for 6 <6> trains.

Barcelona: La Sagrada Familia

Barcelona: La Sagrada Familia

Guastavino - Bridgemarket

Guastavino - Bridgemarket

Guastavino tile vaults at City Hall Subway Station with polychrome glaze, New York City, architects Heins and LaFarge (1904). Fotografía © Michael Freeman. Señala encima para ver la imagen más grande.

Guastavino tile vaults at City Hall Subway Station with polychrome glaze, New York City, architects Heins and LaFarge (1904). Fotografía © Michael Freeman. Señala encima para ver la imagen más grande.

Cathedral of St. John the Divine..next trip to NYC...largest cathedral in the world with a dome that could hold the Statue of Liberty

Cathedral of St. John the Divine..next trip to NYC...largest cathedral in the world with a dome that could hold the Statue of Liberty

Guastavino .Boston Valley . Su económico sistema de construcción de bóveda tabicada respondia a la necesidad de cubrir los espacios representativos de la época, confiriendoles resistencia estructural y protección ignifuga. Tras traspasar los cargos de dirección a Guastavino hijo, la empresa vivió unos prosperos años impulsados por la continua actualización e innovación en las patentes de la empresa.

Guastavino .Boston Valley . Su económico sistema de construcción de bóveda tabicada respondia a la necesidad de cubrir los espacios representativos de la época, confiriendoles resistencia estructural y protección ignifuga. Tras traspasar los cargos de dirección a Guastavino hijo, la empresa vivió unos prosperos años impulsados por la continua actualización e innovación en las patentes de la empresa.

Buffalo Central Terminal (1929) Ceilings at the Buffalo Central Terminal were crafted in the Guastavino tradition. The most time-consuming aspect of the terminal’s construction, the laying of the tiles was meticulously designed to improve the loud acoustics created in such a busy space. Photo: Neil Gates

9 Dazzling Tiled Archways Devised by Rafael Guastavino

Buffalo Central Terminal (1929) Ceilings at the Buffalo Central Terminal were crafted in the Guastavino tradition. The most time-consuming aspect of the terminal’s construction, the laying of the tiles was meticulously designed to improve the loud acoustics created in such a busy space. Photo: Neil Gates