a sketch: pavilion and plaza

This 1963 drawing from Charles Luckman’s offices demonstrates the architects’ aspirations for the retail pavilions — there were four of them, one at each of the tower’s corners — at the Prudential Center.  The lower level is marked “Sterns,” the department store, and escalators ascend to the plaza level with its glass-enclosed shops and open-air corridor.


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