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1 Louis Sullivan Frederick Law Olmstead Frank Lloyd-Wright Le Corbusier

2 Frederick Law Olmstead New York Central Park, 1858

3 Frederick Law Olmstead The Mall New York Central Park, 1858

4 Frederick Law Olmstead Bethesda Terrace New York Central Park, 1858

5 Frederick Law Olmstead The Great Lawn New York Central Park, 1858

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7 Louis Sullivan Guaranty Building 1895Buffalo, NY

8 Louis Sullivan Prudential Building Buffalo, NY

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12 Frank Lloyd Wright Frederick C. Robie House Chicago, Illinois

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15 Le Corbusier Villa Savoye Poissy, France

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17 Le Corbusier Heidi Weber Pavilion 1965 Zurich, Switzerland

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19 Le Corbusier Notre Dame du Haut Ronchamp

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22 Bjarke Ingels' architecture Bjarke Ingels is principal of BIG, based in Copenhagen. An alumnus of Rem Koolhaas' OMA practice, Ingels takes a similar approach: experimenting with pure space, but never losing sight of the building as a solution to a real-world problem. His manifesto "Yes Is More" takes the form of a giant cartoon strip, 130 meters long, that reminds people to keep thinking big -- to see all our modern problems as challenges that inspire us.BIG His deeply-thought-out and often rather large works -- including several skyscrapers and mixed-use projects in a developing section of Copenhagen, plus a project for a new commercial harbor-island -- work to bring coherence to the urban fabric and to help their occupants and users lead better lives. His most famous works include: the Stavanger Concert House, Tallinns city hall and the VM Houses. He recently won a competition to design Copenhagens waste-to-energy plant with a design that will place a ski slope on top of the structure.

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