William Vanderbilt’s enclave was constructed in three installments. The first project was the building of a 24 room Spanish revival mansion designed by famed New York architecture firm, Warren and Wetmore; the same architects responsible for designing and constructing New York’s Grand Central Terminal, another product of the Vanderbilt family execution. The duration of the three stages lasted from 1910 to 1936, an impressive amount of time.
Location: Long Island City, NY, US
My Role: I produced this drawing using rapidograph on fabriano media.