“The Booth”, Army Recruiting Center

“The Booth”, design, drawings, visualization & models by: J. F. Bautista

The original station was built in 1946, was a 360-square-foot stainless steel and glass structure and was the nation’s first one-stop joint Armed Forces recruiting facility. Today the Times Square Recruiting Station serves as the busiest walk-in recruiting office in the country. Recruiting thousand of men and women each year. My proposed design was rejected at that time due to a limited funding.


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42nd Street, New York, New York, United States

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