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Eero Saarinen; Saarinen (United States architect (born in Finland) (1910-1961))

Henry Hobson Richardson; Richardson (United States architect (1838-1886))


Augustus Welby Northmore Pugin; Pugin (English architect who played a prominent role in the 19th
century revival of Gothic architecture (1812-1852))
I. M. Pei; Ieoh Ming Pei; Pei (United States architect (born in China in 1917))
Joseph Paxton; Paxton; Sir Joseph Paxton (English architect (1801-1865))
Andrea Palladio; Palladio (highly original and much imitated Italian architect (1508-1580))
Nervi; Pier Luigi Nervi (Italian architect who pioneered in the use of reinforced concrete (1891-1979))
Mills; Robert Mills (United States architect who was the presidentially appointed architect of
Washington D.C. (1781-1855))
Ludwig Mies Van Der Rohe; Mies Van Der Rohe (United States architect (born in Germany) who built
unornamented steel frame and glass skyscrapers (1886-1969))
Michelangelo; Michelangelo Buonarroti (Florentine sculptor and painter and architect; one of the
outstanding figures of the Renaissance (1475-1564))
Erich Mendelsohn; Mendelsohn (German architect who migrated to Palestine in 1937 (1887-1953))
Charles Follen McKim; McKim (United States neoclassical architect (1847-1909))
Francois Mansart; Mansart (French architect who introduced the mansard roof (1598-1666))
Lutyens; Sir Edwin Landseer Luytens; Sir Edwin Lutyens (English architect who planned the city of
New Delhi (1869-1944))
Adolf Loos; Loos (Austrian architect (1870-1933))
Eliel Saarinen; Saarinen (Finnish architect and city planner who moved to the United States in 1923;
father of Eero Saarinen (1873-1950))
Jacques Germain Soufflot; Soufflot (French architect (1713-1780))
James Wyatt; Wyatt (English architect (1746-1813))
Frank Lloyd Wright; Wright (influential United States architect (1869-1959))
Sir Christopher Wren; Wren (English architect who designed more than fifty London churches (1632-
1723))
Stanford White; White (United States architect (1853-1906))
Otto Wagner; Wagner (Austrian architect and pioneer of modern architecture (1841-1918))
Robert Charles Venturi; Robert Venturi; Venturi (United States architect (born in 1925))
Henri Clemens van de Velde; Henri van de Velde; van de Velde (Belgian architect (1863-1957))
John Vanbrugh; Sir John Vanbrigh; Vanbrugh (English architect (1664-1726))
Richard Upjohn; Upjohn (United States architect (born in England) (1802-1878))
Thornton; William Thornton (American architect (1759-1828))
Kenzo Tange; Tange (Japanese architect (born in 1913))
Louis Henri Sullivan; Louis Henry Sullivan; Louis Sullivan; Sullivan (United States architect known for
his steel framed skyscrapers and for coining the phrase 'form follows function' (1856-1924))
Strickland; William Strickland (United States architect and student of Latrobe (1787-1854))
Edward Durell Stone; Stone (United States architect (1902-1978))
Albert Speer; Speer (German Nazi architect who worked for Hitler (1905-1981))
Lin; Maya Lin (United States sculptor and architect whose public works include the memorial to
veterans of the Vietnam War in Washington (born in 1959))
da Vinci; Leonardo; Leonardo da Vinci (Italian painter and sculptor and engineer and scientist and
architect; the most versatile genius of the Italian Renaissance (1452-1519))
de l'Orme; Delorme; Philibert de l'Orme; Philibert Delorme (French royal architect who built the
Tuileries Palace and Gardens in Paris for Catherine de Medicis (1515-1570))
Chambers; Sir William Chambers; William Chambers (English architect (1723-1796))
Carrere; John Merven Carrere (United States architect who with his partner Thomas Hastings
designed many important public buildings (1858-1911))
Butterfield; William Butterfield (English architect who designed many churches (1814-1900))
Burnham; Daniel Hudson Burnham (United States architect who designed the first important
skyscraper with a skeleton (1846-1912))
Bullfinch; Charles Bullfinch (United States architect who designed the Capitol Building in Washington
which served as a model for state capitols throughout the United States (1763-1844))
Brunelleschi; Filippo Brunelleschi (Florentine architect who was the first great architect of the Italian
Renaissance (1377-1446))
Breuer; Marcel Lajos Breuer (United States architect (born in Hungary) who was associated with the
Bauhaus in the 1920's (1902-1981))
Bramante; Donato Bramante; Donato d'Agnolo Bramante (great Italian architect of the High
Renaissance in Italy (1444-1514))
Bernini; Giovanni Lorenzo Bernini (Italian sculptor and architect of the baroque period in Italy;
designed many churches and chapels and tombs and fountains (1598-1680))
Berlage; Hendrik Petrus Berlage (Dutch architect and town planner (1856-1934))
Behrens; Peter Behrens (German architect known for his simple utilitarian factory buildings (1868-
1940))
Alberti; Leon Battista Alberti (Italian architect and painter; pioneering theoretician of Renaissance
architecture (1404-1472))
Adam; Robert Adam (Scottish architect who designed many public buildings in England and Scotland
(1728-1792))
Buckminster Fuller; Fuller; R. Buckminster Fuller; Richard Buckminster Fuller (United States architect
who invented the geodesic dome (1895-1983))
Garnier; Jean Louis Charles Garnier (French architect (1825-1898))
Antonio Gaudi; Antonio Gaudi i Cornet; Gaudi; Gaudi i Cornet (Spanish architect who was a leading
exponent of art nouveau in Europe (1852-1926))
Charles L'Enfant; L'Enfant; Pierre Charles L'Enfant (United States architect (born in France) who laid
out the city plan for Washington (1754-1825))
Charles Edouard Jeanneret; Le Corbusier (French architect (born in Switzerland) (1887-1965))
Benjamin Henry Latrobe; Latrobe (United States architect (born in England) whose works include the
chambers of the United States Congress and the Supreme Court; considered the first professional
architect in the United States (1764-1820))
Henri Labrouste; Labrouste (French architect who was among the first to use metal construction
successfully (1801-1875))
Kahn; Louis Isadore Kahn (United States architect (born in Estonia) (1901-1974))
Inigo Jones; Jones (one of the first great English architects and a theater designer (1573-1652))
Jenny; William Le Baron Jenny (United States architect who designed the first skyscraper in which a
metal skeleton was used (1832-1907))
Hunt; Richard Morris Hunt (United States architect (1827-1895))
Horta; Victor Horta (Belgian architect and leader in art nouveau architecture (1861-1947))
Hoffmann; Josef Hoffmann (Austrian architect known for his use of rectilinear units (1870-1956))
Hastings; Thomas Hastings (United States architect who formed and important architectural firm with
John Merven Carrere (1860-1929))
Gropius; Walter Gropius (United States architect (born in Germany) and founder of the Bauhaus
school (1883-1969))
Giotto; Giotto di Bondone (Florentine painter who gave up the stiff Byzantine style and developed a
more naturalistic style; considered the greatest Italian painter prior to the Renaissance (1267-1337))
Cass Gilbert; Gilbert (United States architect who influenced the development of the skyscraper
(1859-1934))
Aalto; Alvar Aalto; Hugo Alvar Henrik Aalto (Finnish architect and designer of furniture (1898-1976))