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Frank Gehry's design for the headquarters of ICA/InterActiveCorp
Frank Gehry's design for the headquarters of ICA/InterActiveCorp facing the Hudson River creates an exterior of whitish glass that looks as if a snowfall had just descended on a tower of ice cubes. (Albert Vercerka) Albert Vercerka
Architecture

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Gehry goes cubist for memorable building in NYC

By Robert Campbell
Globe Correspondent / April 29, 2007

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