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Belgium

PREVIOUS RADIO AND TELEVISION BUILDING

Brussels, Belgium

Designed by the Belgian architect Joseph Diongre and completed in 1938, the Radio and Television building was one of the first broadcasting centers in Europe. (Learn More)

TOUR AND TAXIS (TRANSPORT HUB)

Brussels, Belgium

Beginning in the early 20th century, Belgian railroad, customs, and maritime interests converged at Tour and Taxis, a model transportation hub designed by architect Van Humbeek. (Learn More)

Cuba

Czech Republic

TUGENDHAT VILLA

Brno, Czech Republic

Located on a hill overlooking the city of Brno, Tugendhat Villa is a seminal work of International Style architecture by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe. (Learn More)

Eritrea

Finland

HELSINKI-MALMI AIRPORT

Helsinki, Finland

Israel

THE WHITE CITY

Tel Aviv, Israel

Lebanon

INTERNATIONAL FAIRGROUND

Tripoli, Lebanon

Panama

PANAMA CANAL AREA

Panama City, Chagres River, Panama

In the late nineteenth century, a French company began building what would come to be considered one of the greatest engineering achievements in human history. (Learn More)

Portugal

TEATRO CAPITÓLIO

Lisbon, Portugal

Romania

BRANCUSI’S ENDLESS COLUMN ENSEMBLE

Târgu-Jiu, Romania

Erected in 1934, the Endless Column by famed Romanian sculptor Constantin Brancusi (1876-1957) has been hailed as one of the great works of twentieth-century outdoor sculpture. (Learn More)

Russia

NARKOMFIN BUILDING

Moscow, Russia

RUSAKOV CLUB

Moscow, Russia

The avant-garde architect Konstatin Melnikov designed the Rusakov Club as a theater for workers who labored in nearby printing factories. (Learn More)

VIIPURI LIBRARY

Vyborg, Russia

The Viipuri Library in Vyborg, Russia, was designed and built by modernist Finnish architect Alvar Aalto between 1927 and 1935. At the time of construction the land was held by Finland. (Learn More)

United States

2 COLUMBUS CIRCLE

New York, New York, United States

The former Huntington Hartford Gallery of Modern Art, known for decades as 2 Columbus Circle, was designed by Edward Durell Stone, one of America’s most prolific architects, and built in 1964 (Learn More)

A. CONGER GOODYEAR HOUSE

Old Westbury, New York, United States

When the A. Conger Goodyear House was completed in 1938, Edward Durell Stone was already well-known as one of the country’s leading architects working in the International Style. (Learn More)

ENNIS BROWN HOUSE

Los Angeles, California, United States

In the 1920s, Frank Lloyd Wright built a series of textile-block houses based on the idea that buildings should draw materials from their natural environments. (Learn More)

FLORIDA SOUTHERN COLLEGE

Lakeland, Florida, United States

Located on a hillside overlooking Lake Hollingsworth, Florida Southern College contains the largest collection of Frank Lloyd Wright buildings in the world. (Learn More)

HISTORIC ROUTE 66

Chicago, IL, to Los Angeles, CA, United States

Route 66, once the primary highway from America’s interior to the West Coast, has played a now-legendary role in U.S. history since its designation in 1926. (Learn More)

MAIN STREET MODERN: GROSSE POINTE PUBLIC LIBRARY

Grosse Point Farms, Michigan, United States

Grosse Pointe Public Library was built by Bauhaus-trained architect Marcel Breuer in 1953. (Learn More)

MIAMI MARINE STADIUM

Miami, Florida, United States

Commodore Ralph Middleton Munroe Miami Marine Stadium was the first purpose-built venue for powerboat racing in the United States. (Learn More)

SCHINDLER KINGS ROAD HOUSE AND STUDIO

West Hollywood, California, United States

VDL RESEARCH HOUSE II

Los Angeles, California, United States