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Villa Rotonda (begun 1566), Vicenza, Italy. Architect: Andrea Palladio
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Villa Barbaro (c.1549-1558), Maser, Italy. Architect: Andrea Palladio
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Villa Barbaro (c.1549-1558), Maser, Italy. Architect: Andrea Palladio
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Church of S. Carlo alle Quattro Fontane (1638-39; also known as San Carlino), Rome, Italy. Architect: Francesco Borromini
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Church of S. Carlo alle Quattro Fontane (1638-39; also known as San Carlino), Rome, Italy. Architect: Francesco Borromini
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Church of S. Carlo alle Quattro Fontane (1638-39; also known as San Carlino), Rome, Italy. Architect: Francesco Borromini
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Church of S. Carlo alle Quattro Fontane (1638-39; also known as San Carlino), Rome, Italy. Architect: Francesco Borromini
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Church of S. Andrea al Quirinale (1658-1670), Rome, Italy. Architect: Gianlorenzo Bernini
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Church of S. Andrea al Quirinale (1658-1670), Rome, Italy. Architect: Gianlorenzo Bernini
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Church of S. Ivo della Sapienza (1643-48), Rome, Italy. Architect: Francesco Borromini
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Church of S. Ivo della Sapienza (1643-48), Rome, Italy. Architect: Francesco Borromini
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Church of S. Ivo della Sapienza (1643-48), Rome, Italy. Architect: Francesco Borromini
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Church of S. Ivo della Sapienza (1643-48), Rome, Italy. Architect: Francesco Borromini
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Chateau at Chambord (begun 1519), France
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Southwest facade, Square Court (begun 1546), Louvre. Architect: Pierre Lescot
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Chateau (Palace) at Versailles (c.1661-1699 and later), France. Principal architects of parts studied: Louis Le Vau, Andre Le Notre (landscape architect), Jules Hardouin-Mansart, Charles Le Brun (major artistic advisor to Louis XIV)
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Salon de la Paix (Salon of Peace) looking toward Galerie des Glaces (Hall of Mirrors) at left, Chateau at Versailles
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St. Paul's Cathedral (1675-1709), London, England. Architect: (Sir) Christopher Wren
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St. Paul's Cathedral (1675-1709), London, England. Architect: (Sir) Christopher Wren
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1. Great Model of St.Paul's Cathedral (1673; not as built)
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St. Stephen's, Walbrook (1672-79), London, England. Architect: (Sir) Christopher Wren
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St. Stephen's, Walbrook (1672-79), London, England. Architect: (Sir) Christopher Wren
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Church of Ste.-Genevieve (1756-90; later called the Pantheon); 1756-90), Paris, France. Architect: Jacques-Germain Soufflot
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Church of Ste.-Genevieve (1756-90; later called the Pantheon); 1756-90), Paris, France. Architect: Jacques-Germain Soufflot
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Houses of Parliament (c.1838-1870), London, England. Architects: Charles Barry and A.W.N. Pugin
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Central Lobby, Houses of Parliament (c.1838-1870), London, England. Architects: Charles Barry and A.W.N. Pugin
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Crystal Palace (1850-51; demolished), London England. Architect: Joseph Paxton. Engineer-contractors: Fox & Henderson
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Trinity Church (1873-77), Boston, Mass. Architect: H.H. Richardson
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Trinity Church (1873-77), Boston, Mass. Architect: H.H. Richardson
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Trinity Church (1873-77), Boston, Mass. Architect: H.H. Richardson
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facade, Guaranty Building (1894-96; later known as Prudential Building), Buffalo, N.Y. Architect: Louis Sullivan (Adler & Sullivan)
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Guaranty Building facade
World's Columbian Exposition (1892-93; demolished except for Palace of Fine Arts which was enlarged and reconstructed c.1932), Chicago, Illinois. Principal architects of parts studied: D.H. Burnham & J.W. Root; Charles B. Atwood; Richard Morris Hunt; McKim, Mead & White; George B. Post, and Louis Sullivan
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arial view, Guaranty Building facade
World's Columbian Exposition (1892-93; demolished except for Palace of Fine Arts which was enlarged and reconstructed c.1932), Chicago, Illinois. Principal architects of parts studied: D.H. Burnham & J.W. Root; Charles B. Atwood; Richard Morris Hunt; McKim, Mead & White; George B. Post, and Louis Sullivan
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Administration building,
World's Columbian Exposition (1892-93; demolished except for Palace of Fine Arts which was enlarged and reconstructed c.1932), Chicago, Illinois. Principal architects of parts studied: D.H. Burnham & J.W. Root; Charles B. Atwood; Richard Morris Hunt; McKim, Mead & White; George B. Post, and Louis Sullivan
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View of Basin looking east with Agriculture Building at right and Manufactures and Liberal Arts Building at left, Columbian Exposition
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Pennsylvania Station (1902-1910; demolished), New York City. Architect: McKim, Mead & White
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American Surety Building (1894-95; enlarged 1921), New York City. Architect: Bruce Price
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Flatiron (Fuller) Building (1901-03), New York City. Architect: D.H. Burnham & Co.
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Woolworth Building (1910-13), New York City. Architect: Cass Gilbert
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interior, Building looking north from Fulton Street (1919 view)
A.E.G. Turbine Factory (1908-10), Berlin, Germany. Architect: Peter Behrens
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Bauhaus (1925-26), Dessau, Germany. Architect: Walter Gropius
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Bauhaus (view of 1995): classroom wing at left, administrative offices bridge at center, workshop wing at right
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Bauhaus (1925-26), Dessau, Germany. Architect: Walter Gropius
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M.F. Stoughton House (1882-83), Cambridge, Mass. Architect: H.H. Richardson
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Larkin Building (1904; demolished), Buffalo, N.Y. Architect: Frank Lloyd Wright
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interior, Exterior of Larkin Building
Frederick C. Robie House (1909), Chicago, Illinois. Architect: Frank Lloyd Wright
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Frederick C. Robie House (1909), Chicago, Illinois. Architect: Frank Lloyd Wright
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Fallingwater House (c.1936-39), Bear Run, Pennsylvania. Architect: Frank Lloyd Wright
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interior, Fallingwater House (c.1936-39), Bear Run, Pennsylvania. Architect: Frank Lloyd Wright
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Villa Savoye (1928-30), Poissy, France. Architect: Le Corbusier
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AT&T building, Philip Johnson 1978-1984
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The Seagram Building, Mies Van der Rohe, 1954-58, New York, NY
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Frederick C. Robie House (1909), Chicago, Illinois. Architect: Frank Lloyd Wright
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A.E.G. Turbine Factory (1908-10), Berlin, Germany. Architect: Peter Behrens
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M.F Stoughton House, H.H. Richardson, 1882-83, Cambridge, MA
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banqueting house, Inigo Jones, London, 1619-22
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Marshall Field Store, H.H. Richardson, Chicago, 1885-87
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Produce Exchange, George B Post New York, NY 1881
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Faqus Factory, Walter Gropius, Alfeld-an-der-Leine, Germany 1911-13
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