New York, NY, USA
2 Columbus Circle is a 12-story building located on the south side of Columbus Circle in Manhattan. It was originally contructed by Edward Durell Stone to house the collection of the A & P heir Huntington Hartford. It was known as the “Lollipop Building” after architecture critic Ada Louise Huxtable criticized the design calling it a “die-cut Venetian palazzo on lollipops”. Despite failed efforts to obtain landmarks status for the building, in 2008, the building’s facade was replaced with a different rectilinear facade after the building’s purchase by the Museum of Arts and Design .
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