Four World Financial Center
The World Financial Center, located at the forefront of Lower Manhattan, encompasses over eight million square feet including the four unique copper-crowned granite and glass office towers designed by Cesar Pelli.
Francis Howard Greenway was born in England on November 20th, 1777, near Bristol, into a family of builders and stonemasons. Here he became an architect.
Frank Furness - Great Buildings
Frank Furness, architect in the Great Buildings Online
Frank Gehry chair
Frank Gehry frequently combines the commonplace with the unexpected. An architect and designer, he often designs structures that incorporate unusual materials like corrugated tin and chain-link fencing.
Frank Gehry - Great Buildings
Frank Gehry was born in Toronto, Ontario, Canada in 1929. He studied at the Universities of Southern California and Harvard, before he established his first practice, Frank O. Gehry and Associates in 1963.
Frank Gehry Image Tour
This project by Frank Gehry in cooperation with Vlado Milunic marks the corner at the Jiraskuv Bridge. Officially named the 'Rasin Building,' soon after its conception it was dubbed 'Ginger and Fred'
Frank Gehry — The Pritzker Architecture Prize
Frank Gehry considers the recently commissioned Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles to be his first major project in his hometown. No stranger to music, he has a long association with the Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra
Reinventing the California Ranch House for the Hills of Malibu
Frank Israel, Obit
Franklin D. Israel, an architect whose designs for private houses and offices for film production companies epitomized the creative ferment of contemporary Hollywood, died yesterday in Los Angeles. He was 50 and lived in Los Angeles.
Frank Lloyd Wright
PBS Frank Lloyd Wright Website, a companion to the Ken Burns/Lynn Novick film
Frank Lloyd Wright, Architect
Frank Lloyd Wright® is widely regarded as the 20th century’s greatest architect. Indeed, the American Institute of Architects in a recent national survey, recognized Frank Lloyd Wright to be “the greatest American architect of all time.”
Frank Lloyd Wright: Contents
Unity Chapel, Spring Green, WI, 1886 (w. J. Lyman Silsbee)
Charnley House, Chicago, 1892 (w. Louis Sullivan)
Walter Gale House, Oak Park, 1893
R.P. Parker House, Oak Park, 1892
Frank Lloyd Wright House and Studio