John Hancock Center Chicago
JOHN HANCOCK CENTER is a 100-story, Class A multi-use building, recognized around the world for its distinctive architecture, prestigious location and presence on Chicago's skyline.
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John Lautner, Architect
The John Lautner Foundation
John Lautner - Great Buildings
John Lautner was born in Marquette, Michigan in 1911. Lautner received his bachelor of science degree from Northern Michigan University and later apprenticed with Frank Lloyd Wright
jones, partners: architecture
jones partners, jones partners architecture, wes jones, doug jackson, boss, boss architecture, pro/con
archINFORM homepage of Jørn Oberg Utzon – Danish architect, active in Hellebæk.
Jorn Utzon - Great Buildings
Jørn Utzon was born in Copenhagen in 1918. He studied at the Academy of Arts in Copenhagen, under Kay Fisker and Steen Eiler Rasmussen.
Jorn Utzon - pritzkerprize
Danish architect Jørn Utzon was born in 1918. While in secondary school, he began helping his father, director of a shipyard in Alborg, Denmark, and brilliant naval architect, by studying new designs, drawing up plans
Jorn Utzon - The Edge of the Possible
Jorn Utzon, acclaimed architect of the Sydney Opera House, tells the story of the design and construction of his masterpiece.
Jorn Utzon - Vitruvio.ch
Jorn Utzon, Copenaghen, Denmark. A web resource guide to architecture which includes links to major sites.
Jose Rafael Moneo
Jose Rafael Moneo was born in the small town of Tudela, Navarra, Spain in May of 1937. His mother, Teresa, was the daughter of a magistrate from Aragon. His father, Rafael, whose family roots were in Tudela, worked as an industrial engineer.
Joy Company Building
Joy Company Building (now iBank)