MUST-SEE: TOP 10 BUILDINGS IN AMERICA THAT CHANGED THE HISTORY

How many creative people, how many interesting things they create. Many people invent and open up new areas of in various fields. Therefore, today I picked up for you TOP 10 BUILDINGS IN AMERICA, which is a new PBS special that will explore the history and design of some of America’s most significant Architecture, that completely chafed the history of USA.

#1 Virginia State Capitol, Richmond, Virginia (1788) by Thomas Jefferson

Virginia State Capitol, Richmond, Virginia (1788) by Thomas Jefferson MUST-SEE: TOP 10 BUILDINGS IN AMERICA THAT CHANGED THE HISTORY  MUST-SEE: TOP 10 BUILDINGS IN AMERICA THAT CHANGED THE HISTORY  Virginia State Capitol Richmond Virginia 1788 by Thomas Jefferson

#2 Trinity Church, Boston (1877) by H.H. Richardson

Trinity Church, Boston (1877) by H.H. Richardson MUST-SEE: TOP 10 BUILDINGS IN AMERICA THAT CHANGED THE HISTORY  MUST-SEE: TOP 10 BUILDINGS IN AMERICA THAT CHANGED THE HISTORY  Trinity Church Boston 1877 by H

#3 Walt Disney Concert Hall, Los Angeles (2003) by Frank Gehry

Walt Disney Concert Hall, Los Angeles (2003) by Frank Gehry MUST-SEE: TOP 10 BUILDINGS IN AMERICA THAT CHANGED THE HISTORY  MUST-SEE: TOP 10 BUILDINGS IN AMERICA THAT CHANGED THE HISTORY  Walt Disney Concert Hall Los Angeles 2003 by Frank Gehry

#4 Vanna Venturi House, Philadelphia (1964) by Robert Venturi

Vanna Venturi House, Philadelphia (1964) by Robert Venturi MUST-SEE: TOP 10 BUILDINGS IN AMERICA THAT CHANGED THE HISTORY  MUST-SEE: TOP 10 BUILDINGS IN AMERICA THAT CHANGED THE HISTORY  Vanna Venturi House Philadelphia 1964 by Robert Venturi

#5 Dulles International Airport, Chantilly, Virginia (1962) by Eero Saarinen

Dulles International Airport, Chantilly, Virginia (1962) by Eero Saarinen MUST-SEE: TOP 10 BUILDINGS IN AMERICA THAT CHANGED THE HISTORY  MUST-SEE: TOP 10 BUILDINGS IN AMERICA THAT CHANGED THE HISTORY  Dulles International Airport Chantilly Virginia 1962 by Eero Saarinen

#6 Seagram Building, New York (1958) by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe

Seagram Building, New York (1958) by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe MUST-SEE: TOP 10 BUILDINGS IN AMERICA THAT CHANGED THE HISTORY  MUST-SEE: TOP 10 BUILDINGS IN AMERICA THAT CHANGED THE HISTORY  Seagram Building New York 1958 by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe

#7 Southdale Center, Edina, Minnesota(1956) by Victor Gruen

Southdale Center, Edina, Minnesota(1956) by Victor Gruen MUST-SEE: TOP 10 BUILDINGS IN AMERICA THAT CHANGED THE HISTORY  MUST-SEE: TOP 10 BUILDINGS IN AMERICA THAT CHANGED THE HISTORY  Southdale Center Edina Minnesota1956 by Victor Gruen

#8 Highland Park Ford Plant, Highland Park, Michigan (1910) by Albert Kahn

Highland Park Ford Plant, Highland Park, Michigan (1910) by Albert Kahn MUST-SEE: TOP 10 BUILDINGS IN AMERICA THAT CHANGED THE HISTORY  MUST-SEE: TOP 10 BUILDINGS IN AMERICA THAT CHANGED THE HISTORY  Highland Park Ford Plant Highland Park Michigan 1910 by Albert Kahn

#9 Robie House, Chicago (1910) by Frank Lloyd Wright

Robie House, Chicago (1910) by Frank Lloyd Wright MUST-SEE: TOP 10 BUILDINGS IN AMERICA THAT CHANGED THE HISTORY  MUST-SEE: TOP 10 BUILDINGS IN AMERICA THAT CHANGED THE HISTORY  Robie House Chicago 1910 by Frank Lloyd Wright

#10 Wainwright Building, St. Louis (1891) by Louis Sullivan

Dulles International Airport, Chantilly, Virginia (1962) by Eero Saarinen MUST-SEE: TOP 10 BUILDINGS IN AMERICA THAT CHANGED THE HISTORY  MUST-SEE: TOP 10 BUILDINGS IN AMERICA THAT CHANGED THE HISTORY  Dulles International Airport Chantilly Virginia 1962 by Eero Saarinen

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