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Fallingwater, Robie House, Guggenheim Museum in New York City, the Larkin Building in Buffalo, the Unity Temple in Oak Park, and the Imperial Hotel in Tokyo. Had a "prairie style" and "organic architecture" Frank Lloyd Wright
Fagus Factory, Pan American Building. founded the Bauhaus which emphasized functionalism, the application of modern methods and materials, and the synthesis of technology and art. Walter Gropius
The leading architect of the International Style of skyscraper design, Barcelona Pavilion, Lake Shore Drive Apartments in Chicago; the New National Gallery in Berlin; and the Seagram Building in New York Ludwig Mies van der Rohe
Works include Mile High Center in Denver, National Center for Atmospheric Research in Boulder, John Hancock Building in Boston, East Wing of the National Gallery of Art in D.C. Glass pyramida outside the Louvre & the R&R H.o.F. in Cleveland I.M. Pei
involved in rebuilding more than 50 London churches in the next half-century, including Saint Paul's Cathedral. An inscription near his tomb in Saint Paul's declares, "Reader, if you seek a monument, look around you." Sir Christopher Wren
His floor plans were influenced by Cubist principles of division of space, and the Villa Savoye (Poissy, France) is his best-known early work. He wrote of the "Radiant City" begun anew, a completely planned city with skyscrapers for residents. Le Corbusier
did not design the first skyscraper but did become a vocal champion of skyscrapers as reflections of the modern age. Though most associated with Chicago, his best-known work is the 1891 Wainwright Building in St. Louis. Louis Sullivan
Projects include the Spedale degli Innocenti, the Old Sacristy at San Lorenzo, and the Pazzi Chapel in the Cloisters of Santa Croce, all from 1421 to 1430. Filippo Brunelleschi
best-known today for large-scale compositions like the Experience Music Project in Seattle, the Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles, and the recent, controversial Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao, Spain. Frank Gehry
He integrated Greco-Roman ideas of hierarchy, proportion, and order with contemporary Renaissance styles. His Four Books on Architecture heavily Thomas Jefferson's design of Monticello Antonio Palladio
Designed many buildings on the campuses of MIT and Yale, as well as Dulles International Airport and the TWA terminal at Kennedy Airport. Saarinen may be best known for designing the Gateway Arch in St. Louis, Eero Saarinen
His Art Nouveau-inspired works include the Casa Mila and Casa Batllo apartments, known from their undulating facades, and several works for patron Eusebi Guell Antonio Gaudi y Cornet
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