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United States

United States
Adolf Cluss: The Man Who 'Shaped' the Original Washington, D.C.  (Dec 2005)
America's New Temples of Justice  (Sep 1994)
American Architects: The American Revenge  (Jun 1990)
Andres Duany and Elizabeth Plater-Zyberk: Rebirth of the Community  (Sep 1993)
Antoine Predock: America's 'Outlaw' Architect  (Oct 1992)
Architecture for the Nineties  (Oct 1990)
Art and Architecture: Synergy in Action  (Sep 1988)
Baltimore: Revitalization by Design  (Nov 1986)
Big-time Architecture in a Small Town  (Jan 1991)
Brothers Developed the Ultimate California Bungalow  (Apr 2009)
Building Stones of the US Capitol (Mar 2013)
Carnegie Hall: A National Monument to Music  (May 1986)
Delray Resort Revived with Classic Look  (May 1998)
Earl Swensson Revitalizes Nashville: Tuning Up Music City  (Feb 1998)
Eero Saarinen's Legacy  (Jun 2008)
Exploring Medieval Art in New York  (Apr 2007)
Fay Jones: Gold Medal Architect  (May 1990)
Florida's Colorful New Modernists  (Nov 1992)
Frank Gehry Interview: Architecture With a Twist  (Jul 1998)
Frank Lloyd Wright: The Trouble With Genius  (Feb 1995)
Gwathmey Siegel's Instant Icons  (Nov 1991)
Historic Harpers Ferry: An Early Look at the American Dream  (Jun 2001)
Historic St. Augustine: A Touch of Old Spain  (Jan 2000)
Hollywood Dream Palaces  (Jan 2003)
I.M. Pei: Master Architect  (May 1991)
Julia Morgan: Citizen Hearst's Architect  (Mar 1989)
Lightening Up in the Kitchen (Apr 2012)
Louis Kahn: The 'Sensuous Search'  (Aug 1992)
Louis Sullivan: Creating Ornament as Architecture  (Feb 1987)
Mary Colter: Designs on the Canyon  (Mar 1996)
Miami Time Machine  (Jun 1991)
Modern Mastery of Comsat Building Worth Preserving  (Oct 2005)
Montpelier's Restoration  (Oct 2008)
Moore Ruble Yudell: A Firm on the Go  (Jul 1994)
Nashville's Tuck-Hinton Architects: A Tennessee Original  (Feb 2000)
New City Designs Possible for New Orleans  (May 2006)
New York's Three Modern Art Museums: Expansion at a Premium  (Sep 1986)
Newseum: News Under Glass  (May 2008)
Pei's Pyramid  (Mar 1990)
Pietro Belluschi: Shaping the Religious Experience  (Nov 1993)
Post-Walt Disney Wonders  (May 1992)
Prisons With a Human Face  (Jan 1992)
Public Buildings: The New Wave in Glass  (May 1994)
Ricardo Bofill: The Modern Classicist as Architect  (Oct 1987)
Robert Venturi Goes for Messy Vitality  (Jul 1990)
San Francisco's Spirited Modernism  (Sep 1992)
Savannah's Historic District: 'Jewel of the South'  (Apr 1999)
Soho South: New Identity for New Orleans' Warehouse District  (Mar 1988)
Southern California Triumphant: The Architecture of Frank Gehry  (Oct 1988)
The Rise of Frank Lloyd Wright  (May 2009)
The World Trade Center Memorial Competition  (Apr 2004)
Thomas Jefferson: Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Architecture  (Sep 1987)
Toward a Living Architecture  (Nov 2005)
Universal Appeal: Orlando Theme Park Plays Nostalgia Card  (Mar 1998)
Virginia's 'Living Museum' at 75: The Meaning of Williamsburg  (May 2001)

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