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  1. • Wright, Unity Temple, Oak Park, Chicago (1905-09)

          

  2. Aalto, Baker House (1946-49)

          

  3. Edwin Lutyens, Memorial to the Missing of the Somme, Thiepval, France (1927)

          

  4. • Aalto, Viipuri City Library (Vyborg, Russia, 1927-35)

          

  5. Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, Farnsworth House, Plano, IL (1945-51)

          

  6. Charles-Edouard Jeanneret (Le Corbusier). Domino house system. Patent diagram, 1914

          

  7. Le Corbusier, Unité d'Habitation (Marseilles, 1947-1953)

          

  8. Le Corbusier, Double house for the Weissenhofsiedlung (1927)

          

  9. Wright, Herbert Jacobs House (1936)

          

  10. Poelzig, Chemical Factory, Luban (near Posen) (1911)

          

  11. Juan O'Gorman (Mexico), House/Studio for Diego Rivera and Frida Kahlo, 1931. Mexico City

          

  12. Benno Janssen & Cocken, Mellon Institute (Pittsburgh, 1931-37)

          

  13. Mies van der Rohe, Tugendhat House, Brno, Czech Republic (1928-30)

          

  14. Le Corbusier, Ville Contemporaine (1922)

          

  15. Lucio Costa, Oscar Niemeyer, et al, Ministry of Education and Public Health, 1936-45.

          

  16. Mies van der Rohe, Project for glass skyscraper (1922)

          

  17. (1895), Sullivan, Buffalo NY, "Prudential (Gauranty) Building"

          

  18. Charles Klauder, Cathedral of Learning, University of Pittsburgh (1926-34)

          

  19. Lúcio Costa (Brazil), Pilot Plan for Brasília, 1957

          

  20. Walter Gropius + Adolf Meyer, Fagus Works, Alfeld an der Leine (1911)

          

  21. Louis Kahn, Richards Medical Research Laboratories, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia (1957-65)

          

  22. Oscar Niemeyer, National Congress, 1958-60. Brasilia

          

  23. Mies van der Rohe + Hilberseimer + Caldwell, Lafayette Park, Detroit (1956)

          

  24. Gunnar Asplund, Woodland Chapel (Stockholm, 1918-20)

          

  25. Viollet-le-Duc, Lectures on Architecture, Lecture 12 (1865/6)

          

  26. • Tony Garnier. Cité Industrielle. Theoretical project, 1917

          

  27. Aalto, Muurame Church (Muurame, Finland, 1926-9)

          

  28. Le Corbusier. Maison Ozenfant. Paris, 1923

          

  29. Le Corbusier, Monastery of La Tourette, Eveux-sur-l'Arbresle (near Lyon), (1956-60)

          

  30. Louis Kahn, Salk Institute, La Jolla (near San Diego), California (1959-65)

          

  31. Theo van Doesburg + Van Eeesteren, Architectural sketch (1924)

          

  32. • Hennebique, Patent diagram of reinforced concrete construction (béton
    armé)

          

  33. Gropius + Meyer, Office Building of the "Werkbund" Exhibition, Cologne (1914)

          

  34. (1852-1870: Second Empire) Paris, Plan of Boulevards

          

  35. • Asplund, Stockholm Public Library (1918-27)

          

  36. • Otto Wagner, Großstadt plan (1911). From "The Development of a Great City," in The
    Architectural Record 31 (May 1912): 485-500.

          

  37. Edwin Lutyens,
    The Cenotaph, Whitehall, London
    (1920)

          

  38. Edwin Lutyens, Deanery
    Garden, Berkshire (1901)

          

  39. Michael Thonet, Bent wood chair no. 14 (1859)

          

  40. Mies van der Rohe and Philip Johnson, Seagram Building, New York (1954-58)

          

  41. Oscar Niemeyer (Brazil), National Congress, Supreme Court, and Presidential Palace,
    1958-1960. Brasília

          

  42. Raymond Hood + John Mead Howells, Chicago Tribune Tower (1922-25)

          

  43. Peter Behrens, Behren's own house, Darmstadt, (1900-01)

          

  44. Louis Kahn, Yale University Art Gallery (New Haven, 1951-54)

          

  45. Edwin Lutyens and Gertrude Jekyll, "Great Plat" of Garden at Hestercombe, Somerset, England (1903)

          

  46. (1898-1899), Wagner, Vienna, "Majolica House"

          

  47. Le Corbusier, Parliament Building (Chandigarh, 1951-63)

          

  48. Le Corbusier, Chandigarh city plan (capital of Indian states of Punjab and Haryana).
    (1951)

          

  49. Jeremy Bentham. Panopticon (1791)

          

  50. Mies van der Rohe, 860-880 Lake Shore Drive, Chicago (1945-51)

          

  51. Edwin Lutyens,
    Page Street
    Housing,
    Grosvenor Estate,
    Westminster,
    (1928-30)

          

  52. Le Corbusier, Esprit Nouveau Pavilion (Paris Exposition des Arts Décoratifs, 1925)

          

  53. Ludwig Hilberseimer, The New Regional Pattern. Industries and Gardens. Workshops and
    Farms (1949)

          

  54. Oscar Niemeyer (Brazil), Cathedral, 1958/1970. Brasilia

          

  55. Margarete Schütte-Lihotzky, Frankfurt Kitchen (1926)

          

  56. (1860) Vienna, "Ringstrasse"

          

  57. • Perret, Church of Notre-Dame de Raincy (east of Paris) (1923)

          

  58. Henri Labrouste, Bibliothèque Sainte-Geneviève, Paris (1843-1850)

          

  59. Aalto, Paimio Tuberculosis Sanitorium (Paimio, Finland, 1929-33)

          

  60. Semper, Caribbean Hut

          

  61. (1889) Wright, Chicago, "House in Oak Park"

          

  62. Frank Lloyd Wright, The New Frontier:
    Broadacre City (1940)

          

  63. Edwin Lutyens, restoraNon
    and renovaNon of
    Lindisfarne Castle, for
    Edward Hudson,
    Northumberland (1903-4).

          

  64. Gropius, Bauhaus building, Dessau (1925-26)

          

  65. Karl Ehn - Karl-Marx-Hof (Vienna, 1927-30)

          

  66. Aalto, Säynätsalo Town Hall (Finland, 1948-52)

          

  67. Wright, Harold C. Price Company Tower. Bartlesville, Oklahoma, 1952.

          

  68. Behrens, AEG Turbine Factory, Berlin (1908-09)

          

  69. Mies van der Rohe, Barcelona Pavilion (1928-29)

          

  70. Philip Johnson, Glass House, New Canaan, CT (1948-49)

          

  71. Joshua Jebb, Plan of Pentonville Model Prison (north of London), 1840-1842

          

  72. Le Corbusier, Notre-Dame-du-Haut, Ronchamp (1950-54)

          

  73. Paris, "Ecole des Beaux Arts"

          

  74. Aalto. Jyvaskyla Worker's Club (Jyvaskyla, Finland, 1924-25)

          

  75. Le Corbusier, Maison La Roche + Maison Jeanneret, Paris (1923)

          

  76. • Robert Venturi, Guild House, Philadelphia (1964)

          

  77. Cass Gilbert, Woolworth Building, New York (1913)

          

  78. Poelzig, Kitchen from the House at Exhibition of Applied Art, Breslau (1904)

          

  79. "Succession Building", Vienna, Olbrich, 1898

          

  80. George Howe and William Lescaze, PSFS Building, Philadelphia (1926-32)

          

  81. Edwin Lutyens, Viceroy's House (now RashtrapaN Bhavan), east front, New Delhi (1912, 1921-27)

          

  82. Mies van der Rohe and Philip Johnson, Seagram Building, New York (1954-58)

          

  83. Mass-produced consumer goods sold at the Paris department store Au Bon Marché

          

  84. Mies van der Rohe. Campus of the Illinois Institute of Technology [IIT], Chicago, 1940

          

  85. Poelzig, Upper Silesia Tower at the Industrial Exhibition, Posen (1911)

          

  86. • Bruno Taut, Glashaus, Werkbund Exhibition, Cologne (1914)