He designed the building in the International style of the 1950s.
He designed more than 30 schools and many other buildings.
Together they continued to design many buildings, including some for the church.
Later in 1381 he designed further buildings of the college.
They designed the building during 1938-1939 and construction began in 1940.
In his career, he designed more than 200 buildings, though not all were realized.
Care was taken to design a building that would fit into the immediate area.
So maybe it wasn't this driver leader who designed the building?
The question of who actually designed the building remains a mystery.
They designed many other buildings, nearly all of them in Manhattan.