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Tiffany House

Tiffany House
Location: Madison Avenue and 72nd Street
Date built: 1883 to 1885 (demolished in 1936)

Charles Lewis Tiffany, a jeweler with deep pockets, commissioned White to design a residence with separate apartments for his family. The fortress-like house featured a top-floor studio designed by Tiffany's son, Louis Comfort Tiffany, an old friend of White.

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