Four-survey consensus


I. 1600-1779:

1. Ohio Earthworks *
* Hopewell earthworks, Newark, OH, ca. 300 BC-700 AD
* Adena serpent mound, Locust Grove, OH, 900-1200
* Serpent mound, Bratten Township, Adams County, OH,
4. Indian village of Secoton, Roanoke Island, SC, ca. 1577-90
5. Teepees *
* Teepees, Arapaho camp, Fort Dodge, KS,
* Teepees, Assiniboin camp, ,
7. Pueblo Bonito, Pueblo Bonito, NM, ca. 1100-1300
8. The Governors' Palace, Santa Fe, NM, 1610-12 (R, W:1610-14)
9. San Esteban, Acoma, NM, ca. 1629-42
10. St. Luke's, Newport Parish Church, Isle of Wight County, VA, 1632-ca. 1675
11. Adam Thoroughgood house, Princess Anne County, VA, 1636-40
12. Dutch houses *
* Pieter Wyckoff house, Flatlands, Brooklyn, NY, 1639
* Jan Ditmar house, Flatlands, Brooklyn, NY, ca. 1700
* Dyckman house, New York, NY, ca. 1783
15. City Hall, New Amsterdam, New York, NY, 1641-42
16. Bacon's Castle, Arthur Allen house, Surry County, VA, ca. 1656 (R,W: ca.1655)
17. Old Ship Meeting House, Hingham, MA, 1681, 1731, 1755
18. Plan of Philadelphia (Thomas Holme and William Penn), Philadelphia, PA, 1682
19. Parson Joseph Capen house, Topsfield, MA, 1683
20. John Ward house, Salem, MA, 1684
21. College of William and Mary, Wren Building (Alexander Spotswood) (H: C. Wren?), Williamsburg, VA, 1695-1702 (W:1709-15) (H:1716-1859)
22. Plan of Williamsburg (Francis Nicholson), Williamsburg, VA, 1699
23. Capitol (Henry Cary), Williamsburg, VA, 1701-05, reconstructed 1928-34
24. Palace of the Governors (Henry Cary), Williamsburg, VA, 1706-20, 1751, reconstructed 1928-34 (H:1749-51)
25. Mulberry Castle, St. John's Parish, Berkeley County, SC, 1714
26. McPhedris-Warner house (S:Macpheadris), Portsmouth, NH, 1718-23 (S:1716-23)
27. Plan, view of Boston, Boston, MA, 1722 plan
28. Stratford Hall, Thomas Lee house, Westmoreland County, VA, 1725-30
29. Christ Church (Dr. John Kearsley) (spire: Robert Smith), Philadelphia, PA, 1727-44, spire 1750-54
30. Old South Meeting House (Robert Twelves), Boston, MA, 1729-30
31. Westover, William Byrd II house, Charles City County, VA, 1730-34 (S:1726-30)
32. Plan of Savannah, Savannah, GA,
33. Christ Church, Lancaster County, VA, 1732
34. Pennsylvania State House (Independence Hall), (Andrew Hamilton and Edward Wooley), Philadelphia, PA, 1732-35, 1749-51 (tower) (R:1731-53)
35. Cahokia Courthouse, Cahokia, IL, 1737
36. Old Colony House (Richard Munday), Newport, RI, 1739-41
37. Saal (chapel) and Sharon (sisters' house), Ephrata, PA, 1740 and 1742-43
38. Redwood Library (Peter Harrison), Newport, RI, 1748-50 (W:1749-50, S:1748-51)
39. King's Chapel (Peter Harrison), Boston, MA, 1749-54, 1785-87 (S:1753)
40. Carter's Grove, James City County, VA, 1750-53
41. St. Michael (Samuel Cardy?), Charleston, SC, 1752-61
42. Gunston Hall (William Buckland), Fairfax County, VA, 1755-59
43. Mount Airy, Col. John Tayloe house (John Ariss?), Richmond County, VA, 1758-62
44. John Vassall-Longfellow house, Cambridge, MA, 1759
45. Touro Synagogue (Peter Harrison), Newport, RI, 1759-63
46. Wentworth-Gardner house, Portsmouth, NH, 1760
47. Christ Church (Peter Harrison), Cambridge, MA, 1760-61 (H:1759-61)
48. Brick Market (Peter Harrison), Newport, RI, 1761-62
49. Miles Brewton house (Ezra Waite), Charleston, SC, 1765-69
50. Mission San Jose y San Miguel de Aguayo (Pedro Huizar), San Antonio, TX, 1768-77 (H:1720-31)
51. Chase-Lloyd house (William Buckland), Annapolis, MD, 1771 (H:1769-71)
52. Monticello, Thomas Jefferson house (Thomas Jefferson), Charlottesville, VA, 1771-80, 1796-1809 (H:1772, 1789-1809)
53. Hammond-Harwood house (William Buckland), Annapolis, MD, 1773-74
54. First Baptist Meetinghouse (Joseph Brown), Providence, RI, 1774-75

II. 1780-1849:

55. San Francisco Rancho de Taos, Taos, NM, 1780 (S:1772)
56. San Xavier del Bac, Tucson, AZ, 1784-97 (W:1775-97) (Ignacio Gaona)
57. Mission San Carlos de Borromeo, Carmel, CA, 1793-97 (Manuel Estevan Ruiz)
58. Virginia State Capitol, Richmond, VA, 1785-88, (R:1785-89) (H: 1785-96) (Thomas Jefferson)
59. "Woodlands", Philadelphia, PA, 1786-89 (W: 1788-89) (William Hamilton house)
60. Plan of Washington, Washington, DC, 1791 (Pierre Charles L'Enfant)
61. Capitol Building, Washington, DC, 1792-1827 (W: 1793-1830) (William Thornton, Benjamin Henry Latrobe, Charles Bulfinch)
62. Tontine Crescent, Boston, MA, 1793 (Charles Bulfinch)
63. Mills/Factories
* Old Slater Mill, Pawtucket, RI, 1793 (Samuel Slater)
* Falls Mill, Fall River, MA n.d.
* Boston Manufacturing Co., Waltham, MA, 1826-30
64. Industrial Communities
* Mill Town, Harrisville, NH, 1818-50
*New Harmony, New Harmony, IND, c. 1825 (Stedman Whitwell; R: with Robert Owen?)
*Lowell, MA c. 1833 (R: 1821) (R: Kirk Boott)
65. Massachusetts State House, Boston, MA, 1795-98 (W: 1795-97) (Charles Bulfinch)
66. Virginia State Penitentiary, Richmond, VA, 1797-98 (Benjamin Henry Latrobe)
67. Bank of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, 1799-1801 (R, W: 1798-1800) (Benjamin Henry Latrobe)
68. New York City Hall, New York, NY, 1802-11 (Joseph F. Mangin & John McComb Jr.)
69. Commissioners' Plan of New York, New York, NY, 1807-11 (S: 1811)
70. Baltimore Cathedral/Cathedral of the Assumption, Baltimore, MD, 1804-18 (R: 1804-21) (W: 1814-18) (Benjamin Henry Latrobe)
71. Monumental Church, Richmond, VA, 1812(Robert Mills)
72. Lancaster Meeting House, Lancaster, MA, 1816 (R: 1815-17) (Charles Bulfinch)
73. University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA, 1817-1826 (Thomas Jefferson)
74. Second Bank of the United States, Philadelphia, PA, 1818-24 (William Strickland)
75. Eastern State Penitentiary, Philadelphia, PA, W 1823-29, R 1823-25 (John Haviland)
76. Girard College, Philadelphia, PA, 1833-47 (W: 1833-48) (Thomas Ustick Walter)
77. Customs House, New York, NY, 1834-41 (W: 1833-42) (Town & Davis; W: & James Frazee)
78. Lafayette Terrace / La Grange Terrace, New York, NY, 1836 (R: 1830-33) (Town & Davis; R: A.J. Davis & Seth Geer?)
79. "Oak Alley", Alexander Roman house, near Vacherie, LA, 1836 (S: ca. 1830) (George Swainey)
80. Designs by A.J. Downing
* "A House Without Feeling" & "A House With Feeling", n.d.
* Design V, "A Cottage Villa in the Bracketed Mode", Cottage Residences, 1842
* Knoll Tarrytown, NY, 1840
81. "Lyndhurst", William Paulding house, near Tarrytown, NY, 1838-65 (W: 1838 & 1865-67) (Alexander Jackson Davis)
82. Trinity Church, New York, NY, 1839-46 (H: 1844-46) (Richard Upjohn)
83. "Kingscote", Noble Jones house, Newport, RI, 1841 (W: 1839-41) (Richard Upjohn)
84. Tennessee State Capitol, Nashville, TN, 1845-59 (S: 1845-54) (William Strickland)
85. Edward King house, Newport, RI, 1845-47 (Richard Upjohn)
86. St. James The Less, Philadelphia, PA, 1846-49, W 1846-50 (John E. Carver / G. G. Place)
87. Smithsonian Institution, ) Washington, DC, 1846-55 (W: 1848-49) (James Renwick
88. Railroad Stations
* New Haven Railroad Station, New Haven, CT, 1848-49 (Henry Austin)
* Union Passenger Depot, Providence, RI, 1848 (Thomas Tefft)

III. 1850-99:

89. balloon frame
90. U.S. Capitol, cast iron dome and extensions, Washington, DC, 1851-65 (T.U. Walter)
91. ~ Cast iron commercial buildings: repr. examples
92. Haughwout Building, New York, NY, 1857 (John P. Gaynor, architect; Daniel Badger, mfr.)
93. Llewellyn Park, Orange, NJ, 1852-69 (H:1853) (A.J. Davis [R:Llewellyn Haskell with E. A. Baumann and H. Daniels])
94. Morse-Libby house, Portland, ME, 1859-63 (Henry Austin (W:attrib to HA])
95. Boston City Hall, Boston, MA, 1861-65 (S:1862) (A. Gilman and G. Bryant)
96. National Academy of Design, New York, NY, 1863-65 (H:1862-65) (Peter B. Wight)
97. State, War and Navy Building (Executive Office Building), Washington, DC, 1871-75 (Alfred B. Mullett)
98. Philadelphia City Hall, Philadelphia, PA, 1871-1901 (John MacArthur)
99. Memorial Hall, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, 1870-78 (S:1871-78) (Ware & Van Brunt)
100. Lenox Library, New York, NY, 1870-77 (W:1870-75) (Richard Morris Hunt)
101. Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, PA, 1871-76 ([Furness & Hewitt])
102. Provident Life and Trust Company, Philadelphia, PA, 1876-79 (W:1879) (Frank Furness)
103. ~ Apartment house reform, NYC: repr. examples
104. Central Park, New York, NY, 1857-c. 1880 (Frederick Law Olmsted with Calvert Vaux)
105. Plan of Riverside, IL, Riverside, IL, 1868 (Olmsted & Vaux)
106. ~ Pattern book designs: repr. examples
107. J. N. A. Griswold house, Newport, RI, 1862 (Richard Morris Hunt)
108. Jacob Cram house (S:Sturtevant house), Middletown, RI, 1872 (Dudley Newton (attributed); (S:DN])
109. W. Watts Sherman house, Newport, RI, 1874-75 (H. H. Richardson)
110. Newport Casino, Newport, RI, 1879-80 (McKim, Mead & White)
111. Isaac Bell house, Newport, RI, 1881-83 (McKim, Mead & White)
112. M. F. Stoughton house, Cambridge, MA, 1882-83 (H. H. Richardson)
113. G. N. Black house, Kragsyde, Manchester, MA, 1885 (Peabody & Stearns)
114. Richard L. Ashhurst house, Overbrook, PA, c. 1885 (Wilson Eyre)
115. William Kent house, Tuxedo Park, NY, 1885-86 (Bruce Price)
116. William G. Low house, Bristol, RI, 1886-87 (McKim, Mead & White)
117. Brooklyn Bridge, Brooklyn, NY, 1869-83 (S:1867-83) (John A. and W. A. Roebling)
118. Tribune Building, New York, NY, 1873-75 (W:1873-75) (Richard Morris Hunt)
119. Western Union Building, New York, NY, 1873-76 (W:1873-75) (George B. Post)
120. Produce Exchange, New York, NY, 1881-85 (W:1881-84) (George B. Post)
121. Trinity Church, Boston, MA, 1872-77 (W: 1873-77) (H. H. Richardson)
122. Sever Hall, Harvard Univ., Cambridge, MA, 1878-80 (H. H. Richardson)
123. Crane Memorial Library, Quincy, MA, 1880-83 (H. H. Richardson)
124. Allegheny County Courthouse and Jail, Pittsburgh, PA, 1884-88 (H. H. Richardson)
125. Marshall Field Wholesale Store, Chicago, IL, 1885-87 (H. H. Richardson)
126. Home Insurance Building, Chicago, IL, 1883-85 (William Le Baron Jenney)
127. Monadnock Building, Chicago, IL, 1884-85, 1889-92 (H:1889-92)(Burnham & Root)
128. Reliance Building, Chicago, IL, 1889-91, 1894-95 (W:1894-95)(Burnham & Root (W:Burnham & Co.])
129. Auditorium Building, Chicago, IL, 1886-90 (W:1887-89) (Adler & Sullivan)
130. Wainwright Building, St. Louis, MO, 1890-91 (Adler & Sullivan)
131. William K. Vanderbilt house, New York, NY, 1882 (W: 1879-81) (Richard Morris Hunt)
132. Henry Villard houses, New York, NY, 1882-85 (McKim, Mead & White)
133. Boston Public Library, Boston, MA, 1887-98 (H:1888-95) (McKim, Mead & White)
134. G. W. Vanderbilt estate, Biltmore, Asheville, NC, 1888-95 (W:1890-95) (Richard Morris Hunt)
135. F. L. Wright house, Oak Park, IL, 1889 (Frank Lloyd Wright)
136. Guaranty Building, Buffalo, NY, 1894-95 (W:1895) (Adler & Sullivan)
137. Gage Building, Chicago, IL, 1898-99 (Louis Sullivan)
138. Carson-Pirie-Scott Dept. Store, Chicago, IL, 1899-1904 (R:1891?-94, 1899, 1903-4)(Louis Sullivan)
139. World's Columbian Exposition, Grand Basin & Court of Honor, Chicago, IL, 1893(R: 1891-93) (D. H. Burnham and F.L. Olmsted)
140. City of Chicago, Chicago, IL, ~ (~~)
141. William H. Winslow house, River Forest, IL, 1893-94 (Frank Lloyd Wright)

IV. 1900-1944:

142. Ward W. Willits house, Highland Park, IL, 1902 (R:1900-02, W:1901) (Frank Lloyd Wright)
143. Grand Central Station, New York, NY, 1903-13 (W:1907-13) (Reed & Stem (H:Warren & Wetmore))
144. Larkin Building, Buffalo, NY, 1903 (H,S:1904) (Frank Lloyd Wright)
145. Darwin D. Martin house, Buffalo, NY, 1904 (Frank Lloyd Wright)
146. Singer Building, New York, NY, 1906-08 (Ernest Flagg)
147. Unity Temple, Oak Park, IL, 1906 (R:1904-06) (Frank Lloyd Wright)
148. David B. Gamble house, Pasadena, CA, 1907-08 (W:1909, S:1908) (Greene & Greene)
149. National Farmers' Bank, Owatonna, MN, 1907-08 (Louis Sullivan)
150. Plan of Chicago, 1909 (Daniel Burnham (H:& Edward Bennett))
151. Frederick C. Robie house, Chicago, IL, 1906-09 (S:1909) (Frank Lloyd Wright)
152. Pennsylvania Station, New York, NY, 1906-10 (W:1910, R:1902-10) (McKim, Mead & White)
153. Lewis Courts, Sierra Madre, CA, 1910 (Irving Gill)
154. First Church of Christ, Scientist, Berkeley, CA, 1910 (H:1909-11) (Bernard Maybeck)
155. Forest Hills Gardens, New York, NY, 1909-12 (S:1910) (Grosvernor Atterbury, arch. (R: & F.L. Olmsted, planner))
156. Harold C. Bradley house, Woods Hole, MA, 1911-12 (S:1912) (Purcell & Elmslie)
157. Woolworth Building, New York, NY, 1911-13 (H,S:1913) (Cass Gilbert)
158. Walter L. Dodge house, Hollywood, CA, 1914-16 (S:1916) (Irving Gill)
159. Palace of Fine Arts, Panama Pacific Exhibition, San Francisco, CA, 1911-15 (S:1915) (Bernard Maybeck)
160. Nebraska State Capitol, Lincoln, NE, 1919, 1922-32 (S:191-28, H:1920-32, W:1916-24) (Bertram Goodhue)
161. Lincoln Memorial, Washington, DC, 1919-22 (W:1922) (Henry Bacon)
162. William L. Clements Library, U. of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, 1920-21 (R:1923) (Albert Kahn)
163. Tribune Tower, Chicago, IL, 1922 (R:1922-25, S:1922-24) (Hood & Howells)
164. Tribune Tower Competition Entry, Chicago, IL, 1922 (Eliel Saarinen)
165. American Radiator Building, New York, NY, 1924 (Raymond Hood)
166. Arthur Newbold house, Laverock, PA, 1924-25 (R:1919-24, S:1925) (Mellor, Meigs & Howe)
167. Philip Lovell beach house, Newport Beach, CA, 1925-26 (H:1922-26) (Rudolph Schindler)
168. Philip Lovell house, Los Angeles, CA, 1927-29 (W:1928, S.1929, R.1927) (Richard Neutra)
169. Dymaxion House, 1927 (S:1927-28) (Buckminster Fuller)
170. Radburn, NJ, Radburn, NJ, 1928-29 (S:1928, H:1929) (Stein & Wright)
171. Evolution of the Step-Back Building, New York, NY, 1929 (Hugh Ferriss)
172. Philadelphia Savings Fund Society, Philadelphia, PA, 1929-32 (George Howe & William Lescaze)
173. McGraw-Hill Building, New York, NY, 1929-30 (H:1932, S:1931) (Raymond Hood)
174. Empire State Building, New York, NY, 1929-31 (Shreve, Lamb & Harmon)
175. Daily News Building, New York, NY, 1930 (W:1929-30) (Raymond Hood)
176. Chrysler Building, New York, NY, 1930 (W:1928-30) (Willam Van Alen)
177. Rockefeller Center, New York, NY, 1931-40 (W:1932-40, R:1927-35, S:1931-39) (Reinhard & Hofmeister, Corbett, Hood (S: Reinhard & Hofmeister, Corbett, Harrison, & MacMurray, Hood & Fouilhoux))
178. Chatham Village, Pittsburgh, PA, 1931-35 (Stein & Wright, planners with Ingham & Boyd, arch.)
179. Broadacre City, 1934-58 (S:1934, R:1931-35) (Frank Lloyd Wright)
180 Falling Water (Edgar J. Kaufmann house), Bear Run, PA, 1935, 38, 48 (S:1936, R:1936-7 ) (Frank Lloyd Wright)
181. Johnson Wax Administration Building, Racine, WI, 1936-39 (S:&1950, H:& 1944) (Frank Lloyd Wright)
182 First Herbert Jacobs house, Madison, WI, 1936-37 (R:1936) (Frank Lloyd Wright)
183. Greenbelt, MD, Greenbelt, MD, 1936 (R:1935) (Hale, Walker (S: & Ellington, Wadsworth))
184. Walter Gropius house, Lincoln, MA, 1937 (Walter Gropius and Marcel Breuer)
185. Taliesin West, Scottsdale, AZ, 1938-59 (Frank Lloyd Wright)
186. Illinois Institue of Technology, Chicago, IL, 1939-41, 1950-56 (S:1940, 1945-46, 1956, R: 1939-42, 1946, 1956) (L. Mies van der Rohe)
187. Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York, NY, 1943-59 (S:194-59, W:1956-59, R:1943-45, 1956-59) (Frank Lloyd Wright)

V. 1945-76:

188. Equitable Savings & Loan Assn., Portland, OR, 1944-48 (H:1944-47) (Pietro Belluschi)
189. Dr. Edith Farnsworth house, Plano, IL, 1945-51 (W:1946-50) (L. Mies van der Rohe)
190. Marcel Breuer house, New Canaan, CT, 1947 (Marcel Breuer)
191. Baker House, MIT, Cambridge, MA, 1948 (H:1947-48) (Alvar Aalto)
192. Lake Shore Drive Apartments, Chicago, IL, 1948-51, (H:1949-51) (L. Mies van der Rohe)
193. United Nations Secretariat, New York, NY, 1948-51, (S:1951-52) (Wallace K. Harrison)
194. "Glass House," Philip Johnson house, New Canaan, CT, 1949, (R.1945-49) (Philip Johnson)
195. Harvard University Graduate Center, Cambridge, MA, 1949-50, (S:1950) (Walter Gropius)
196. Ralph Johnson house, Los Angeles, CA, 1949-51, (S:1949) (Harwell Hamilton Harris)
197. Gene Bavinger house, Norman, OK, 1950-55 (H:1951-55) (Bruce Goff)
198. Lever House, New York, NY, 1951-52 (H:1952) (Skidmore, Owings & Merrill)
199. Convention Hall, Chicago, IL, 1953-54 (S:1953) (L. Mies van der Rohe)
200. St. John's Abbey Church, Collegeville, MN, 1953-61, (S:1961) (Marcel Breuer)
201. Kresge Auditorium and Chapel, MIT, Cambridge, MA, 1955 (Eero Saarinen & Assoc.)
202. Seagram Building, New York, NY, 1956-58 (H:1954-58) (L. Mies van der Rohe & P. Johnson)
203. Ingalls Hockey Rink, Yale U., New Haven, CT, 1956-58 (Eero Saarinen & Assoc.)
] 204. Guggenheim Museum, New York, NY, 1956-59 (Frank L. Wright)
205. Chapel, U.S. Air Force Academy, Colorado Springs, CO, 1956-62 (Skidmore, Owings & Merrill)
206. McGregor Memorial Conference Center, Wayne State U., Detroit, MI, 1957 (W:1958) (Yamasaki, Leinweber & Assoc.)
207. United States Embassy, New Delhi, India, 1957-59, (H:1954) (Edward Durrell Stone)
208. A. Newton Richards Medical Building, U. of Penna., Philadelphia, PA, 1957-61 (H:1957-64) (Louis I. Kahn)
209. Dulles International Airport, Chantilly, VA, 1958-62, (S:1962) (Eero Saarinen & Assoc.)
210. Art & Architecture Building, Yale U., New Haven, CT, 1958-64 (Paul Rudolph)
211. TWA Building, J.F. Kennedy Airport, New York, NY, 1959-62, (S:1956-62) (Eero Saarinen)
212. First Unitarian Church, Rochester, NY, 1959-64 (Louis I. Kahn)
213. Marina City, Chicago, IL, 1959-64, 1965-67 (W:61-63) (Bertram Goldberg)
214. Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts, Harvard U., Cambridge, MA, 1960-63 (W: 1961-64) (Le Corbusier)
215. Guild House, Philadelphia, PA, 1960-63 (H:1962-66) (Venturi, Rauch & Assoc.)
216. Lake Ann Complex, Reston, VA, 1961 (Conklin, Whittlesey & Rossant)
217. Vanna Venturi house, Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia, PA, 1962-64, (S:1962) (Venturi, Rauch & Assoc.)
218. Salk Institute, La Jolla, CA, 1962-66 (R:1959-65) (Louis I. Kahn)
219. Kline Science Center, Yale U., New Haven, CT, 1962-66, (S:1966) (P. Johnson & R. Foster)
220. Habitat, Montreal Expo, Montreal, Canada, 1964-67, (S:1967) (Moshe Safdie)
221. Knights of Columbus Building, New Haven, CT, 1965-69, (S:1967) (Roche & Dinkeloo)
222. Sea Ranch, Sea Ranch, CA, 1966 (Moore, Lyndon, Turnbull & Whitaker)
223. John Hancock Center, Chicago, IL, 1966-68 (Skidmore, Owings & Merrill)
224. U.S. Pavilion, Montreal Expo, Montreal, Canada, 1967 (R. Buckminster Fuller)
225. Ford Foundation Building, New York, NY, 1967 (Roche & Dinkeloo)
226. College Life Insurance Company, Indianapolis, IN, 1967-71, (R:1972) (Roche & Dinkeloo)
227. Library, Phillips Exeter Academy, Exeter, NH, 1967-72 (Louis I. Kahn)
228. Falk house, Hardwick, VT, 1969-70 (Peter Eisenman)
229. Lang house, Washington, CT, 1973-74 (H:1974-76) (Stern & Hagman)
230. Addition to Allen Memorial Art Museum, Oberlin, OH, 1973-76, (H:1976) (Venturi, Rauch & Assoc.)
231. Sears Tower, Chicago, IL, 1974-76 (R:1970-74) (Skidmore, Owings & Merrill)
232. East Building, National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC, 1974-78 (R:1968-78) (I. M. Pei)
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