Collection by Amanda Dameron

Buildings That Changed America

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We got a sneak peek of the new PBS documentary '10 Buildings That Changed America', which premiered on Sunday, May 12, 2013 at 10:00 p.m. ET.

Virginia State Capitol, Richmond, Virginia (1788) Designed by Thomas Jefferson, and constructed while he was Minister...
Trinity Church, Boston, Massachussetts (1877) H.H.
Wainwright Building, St. Louis, Missouri (1891)Louis Sullivan's Wainwright Building is referred to in the documentary...
Robie House, Chicago, Illinois (1910)"Early in life I had to choose between honest arrogance and hypocritical humility.
Highland Park Ford Plant, Highland Park, Michigan (1910)The Highland Park Ford Plant, designed by Albert Kahn, was the...
Southdale Center, Edina, Minnesota (1956)Victor Gruen's Southdale Center was America's first modern indoor mall.
Seagram Building, New York, New York (1958)With this sleek, black, glass structure of bronze, Travertine and pink...
Dulles International Airport, Chantilly, Virginia (1962)Eero Saarinen's expressive and theatrical structure was the...
Vanna Venturi House, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (1964)Robert Venturi's home for his mother is considered by many to be...
Walt Disney Concert Hall, Los Angeles, California (2003)Frank Gehry's striking concert hall, with its saddle-shaped...
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