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  1. Frank Lloyd Wright, Robie House, South Woodlawn, Chicago, Illinois, 1908-1910

          

  2. Tony Garnier, Cité Industrielle, 1917

          

  3. Walter Gropius, Bauhaus, Deassau, Germany, 1926

          

  4. Ivan Leonidov, project for Lenin Institute of Librarianship, 1927

          

  5. J. J. P. Oud, workers' estate, Hook of Holland, 1924

          

  6. Walter Gropius, Sommerfeld House, Berlin, 1920-1921

          

  7. Cass Gilbert, Woolworth Building, New York, 1917

          

  8. Walter Gropius, Bauhaus, Deassau, Germany, 1926

          

  9. Gerrit Rietveld, Schröder House, Utrecht, Netherlands, 1923-1924

          

  10. Walter Gropius, Sommerfeld House, Berlin, 1920-1921

          

  11. Tony Garnier, Cité Industrielle, 1917

          

  12. Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, project for a glass skyscraper, Berlin, 1922

          

  13. Bruno Taut and Martin Wagner, Britz-Siedlung, Horseshoe Estate, Berlin, Germany, 1928

          

  14. Antoni Gaudí, Casa Milá, Barcelona, 1905-1910

          

  15. Le Corbusier, 'Contemporary City for Three Million Inhabitants,' 1922

          

  16. Tony Garnier, Cité Industrielle, 1917

          

  17. Tony Garnier, Cité Industrielle, 1917

          

  18. Alexander and Victor Vesnin, competition project for the Leningrad Pravda Building, Moscow, 1924

          

  19. Bruno Taut and Martin Wagner, Britz-Siedlung, Horseshoe Estate, Berlin, Germany, 1928

          

  20. Antonio Sant'Elia, La Città Nuova, central railway station and airport, 1913-1914, ink and pencil on paper

          

  21. Victor Horta, Hôtel Tassel, Brussels, 1892-1893

          

  22. Tony Garnier, Cité Industrielle, 1917

          

  23. Bruno Taut and Martin Wagner, Britz-Siedlung, Horseshoe Estate, Berlin, Germany, 1928

          

  24. Auguste Perret, apartments at 25bis rue Franklin, Paris, 1902

          

  25. Le Corbusier, 'Contemporary City for Three Million Inhabitants,' 1922

          

  26. Le Corbusier, Dom-ino skeleton, 1914-1915, from the Oeuvre compète, vol. 1, 1910-1929

          

  27. Tony Garnier, residential quarter, Cité Industrielle, 1917

          

  28. Michel de Klerk, Eigen Haard Housing Estate, Amsterdam, 1917-1920

          

  29. J. J. P. Oud, Kiefhoek workers estate, Rotterdam, 1925

          

  30. Victor Horta, Maison du Peuple, Brussels, 1896-1899

          

  31. Antoni Gaudí, Park Güell, Barcelona, 1900-1914

          

  32. Paul Bonatz and Friedrich Scholer, Central Station, Stuttgart, 1911-1914, 1919-1927

          

  33. Frank Lloyd Wright, Unity Temple, Oak Park, Illinois, 1905-1908

          

  34. Hector Guimard, Métro Station, Paris, 1900

          

  35. Erich Mendelsohn, Einstein Tower, Potsdam, 1920-1924

          

  36. Hans Poelzig, Grosses Schauspielhaus, Berlin, 1919

          

  37. Frank Lloyd Wright, Unity Temple, Oak Park, Illinois, 1905-1908

          

  38. Walter Gropius and Adolf Meyer, Werkbund Pavilion, Cologne, 1914

          

  39. Max Berg, Centennial Hall, Breslau, Poland, 1912

          

  40. Bruno Taut and Martin Wagner, Britz-Siedlung, Horseshoe Estate, Berlin, Germany, 1928

          

  41. Walter Gropius, Sommerfeld House, Berlin, 1920-1921

          

  42. Victor Horta, Auditorium, Maison du Peuple, Brussels, 1896-1899

          

  43. Vladimir Tatlin, project for a Monument to the Third International, 1919-1920

          

  44. Otto Wagner, Post Office Savings Bank, Vienna, 1904-1906

          

  45. Michel de Klerk, Eigen Haard Housing Estate, Amsterdam, 1917-1920

          

  46. Carrere and Hastings, New York Public Library, New York City,

          

  47. Erich Mendelsohn, sketch for a factory, 1915

          

  48. Tony Garnier, railway station, Cité Industrielle, 1917

          

  49. Otto Wagner, Post Office Savings Bank, Vienna, 1904-1906

          

  50. Le Corbusier, 'Contemporary City for Three Million Inhabitants,' 1922

          

  51. Bruno Taut, Glass Pavilion, Cologne, 1914

          

  52. Walter Gropius, Bauhaus, Deassau, Germany, 1926

          

  53. Raymond Hood and John Howells, Chicago Tribune Building, Chicago, 1922-1925

          

  54. Adolf Loos, entry to the Chicago Tribune competition, 1922

          

  55. Michel de Klerk, Eigen Haard Housing Estate, Amsterdam, 1917-1920

          

  56. Frank Lloyd Wright, Unity Temple, Oak Park, Illinois, 1905-1908

          

  57. Le Corbusier, 'Contemporary City for Three Million Inhabitants,' 1922

          

  58. Rudolf Steiner, Goetheanum, Dornach, Switzerland, second version, 1925-1928

          

  59. Bruno Taut, Glass Pavilion, Cologne, 1914

          

  60. Eliel Saarinen, Helsinki Railway Station, 1904-1914

          

  61. Bruno Taut and Martin Wagner, Britz-Siedlung, Horseshoe Estate, Berlin, Germany, 1928

          

  62. Victor Horta, Hôtel Tassel, Brussels, 1892-1893

          

  63. Antonio Sant'Elia, La Città Nuova, central railway station and airport, 1913-1914, ink and pencil on paper

          

  64. Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, first entry for the Friedrichstrasse Skyscraper competition, Berlin, 1921

          

  65. Gerrit Rietveld, Schröder House, Utrecht, Netherlands, 1923-1924

          

  66. Gerrit Rietveld, Schröder House, Utrecht, Netherlands, 1923-1924

          

  67. Hans Poelzig, Grosses Schauspielhaus, Berlin, 1919

          

  68. Gerrit Rietveld, Schröder House, Utrecht, Netherlands, 1923-1924

          

  69. Bruno Taut and Martin Wagner, Britz-Siedlung, Horseshoe Estate, Berlin, Germany, 1928

          

  70. Bruno Taut, Glass Pavilion, Cologne, 1914

          

  71. Rudolf Steiner, Goetheanum, Dornach, Switzerland, second version, 1925-1928