Built in 1924, the Tribune Tower by Raymond Hood and John Howells is Neo-Gothic in design
West Front of the US Capitol Building in Washington DC
Archbishop's Palace at Prague Castle, Czech Republic
Built in the thirteenth century, Chartres Cathedral in Chartres, France is a masterpiece of Gothic Architecture
The Baroque Palace of Versailles in France began as a simple stone and brick home designed by Philibert Le Roy in 1624. In 1669, architect Louis Le Vau began a detailed renovation and expansion.
Philip Johnson's At&T Headquarters (now the SONY Building) is often cited as an example of postmodernism.
I.M. Pei, Architect - Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art at Cornell University
Villa Almerico-Capra, also known as Villa La Rotonda, by Andrea Palladio
The Art Deco Chrysler Building in New York City has jazzy automobile ornaments
Romanesque Apses Surround the Tower of the Basilica of St. Sernin (1070-1120) in Toulouse, France