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Walldesign56 Self-adhesive photo wallpaper custom size - Chrysler Building America
Self-adhesive photo wallpaper custom size - Chrysler Building America
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Self-adhesive photo wallpaper custom size - Chrysler Building America

Brand: Walldesign56


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The Chrysler Building is a skyscraper in the American city of New York, which was built between 1928 and 1930. It was designed by William van Alen for the project developer William H. Reynolds, the creator of Dreamland. The design was later sold by Reynolds to Walter Chrysler as a future headquarters for his automotive group. Today, the building is 90% owned by the Abu Dhabi Investment Council and 10% by Tishman Speyer Properties.

The Chrysler Building is 319 meters high and has 77 floors. This made it the tallest building in the world from its opening in 1930 to the completion of the Empire State Building in 1931. Today it ranks fifth on New York's tallest building list and 31st on the world's tallest building list. It is known, among other things, for its Art Deco design, its spire and its car-inspired ornaments.

This Wallpaper is available in multiple sizes and are supplied in wallpaper strips of approximately 64cm wide. The wallpaper is PVC-free, self-adhesive and easy to install.

When specifying the dimensions you can assume the net dimensions of the wall. We ensure that overlap and a 5 cm gradient are included when printing your wallpaper. Based on the indicated dimensions, we make a cut-out of the image and send it to you before the wallpaper is taken into production.

This photo wallpaper comes with a free installation kit worth €12.95 including wallpaper, knife, sponge and wallpaper tray and a manual for easy installation of the wallpaper.





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