114 East 70th Street, designed by William Lescaze in 1940.
A just-completed townhouse at 252 West 75th Street, designed by Michael Zenreich Architects. Bravo!
176 East 72nd Street, designed by Tod Williams and Billie Tsien in 1996.
Barbarella's pied-à-terre? At 251 East 71st Street around 1975, Plexiglas elliptical-bubble fenestration and stucco supplanted a conventional townhouse façade.
As with a lot of plastic surgery, the outcome is weirdly compelling.
A half dozen of the 11 PoMo-style Solow Townhouses designed by Eli Attia. They were completed in 1989 and are between Second and Third Avenues.
Here is another townhouse by William Lescaze, this one at 211 East 48th Street and, upon completion in 1934, one of the first exemplars in New York City of the International Style.
In 1970, bumbling bomb-making subversives unintentionally and completely kablooey'd their lair at 18 West 11th Street. This is its replacement, designed by Hardy Holzman Pfeiffer Associates in 1979.