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|American Landscape and Architectural Design, 1850-1920|
A collection of lantern slides representing an historical view of American buildings and landscapes built during the period 1850-1920. Offers views of cities, specific buildings, parks, estates and gardens.
|Changing of the Avant-Garde, The|
Visionary architectural drawings from the Howard Gilman Collections at the Museum of Modern Art. Architects include Eisenman, Fuller, Graves, Hejduk, Isozaki, Koolhaas, Rudolph, Stirling, Venturi and Rauch.
|Frank Lloyd Wright: Life and Works|
Companion to PBS film about the American architect. Overview of his buildings, drawings and photos, video clips, reviews. Locator section allows search for closest Wright buildings.
|Richard and Dion Neutra Architecture|
Features an image gallery (including video clips) of Neutra architecture, news about Neutra buildings, articles written by Dion Neutra, and links to articles and related information.
The Architecture and Design of the Prairie School. The elements that define the style, a virtual tour of Prairie School buildings in Minnesota, and an online tour of the exemplary Purcell-Cutts house.
|Walter Burley Griffin: In His Own Right|
Contains biographical information; images of works; bibliography; interviews; and information on Frank Lloyd Wright, "The 18" of Chicago, Marion Mahony Griffin, and Griffin's projects.
|Washington As It Was|
Photographs of the architecture and social life of Washington DC from the 1920s, 1930s, and 1940s, including commercial, residential, and government buildings; street scenes; views of neighborhoods.
|Asian Historical Architecture|
Contains photographs of historical Asian architecture, browsable by country. Entries include brief information and bibliographies.
|Early Photography in Greece and the Mediterranean|
Collection of nineteenth- and early twentieth-century photographs of ancient Greek and Roman architecture.
|Frederick Law Olmsted|
Includes biography, philosophy, works, bibliography, selected Web resources and related organizations.
|Historic House Architecture|
Guide to historic houses with emphasis on late-Victorian and craftsman style bungalows. Written guide to these American architectural styles, with no pictures or drawings.
|L.A. Obscura: Architectural Photography of Julius Shulman|
Features images, information about Shulman and his work, a site map for buildings still in Los Angeles, biographical information about the architects.
A biography of the architect and an essay and photo gallery of his award-winning World Trade Center design study, with its "Gardens of the World," a 1,776-foot tower, the highest in the world.
|Palm Springs Modern Committee|
Organization for the preservation of the mid-20th century architectural style favored in Palm Springs, CA, known as Desert Modernism. Includes building images representing key architects, information about lost buildings.
Features photos of buildings designed in the Prairie Style of architecture, brief biographies of the architects and other followers of the style with linked images of their houses and other buildings.
Information about Victorian architecture with illustrations, links, and discussions about styles such as Italianate, Gothic Revival, Shingle, Romanesque, and Queen Anne.
|Victorian Style Houses|
A collection of articles and information on Victorian Style House architecture. Offers history, interior design, construction and furniture decoration information.