The best architecture photography in America is all over the place.
You might be familiar with a few favorites from the likes of The National Gallery of Art, the New York Public Library, or the Getty, but not many of them have captured the imagination of American photographers.
So it was a surprise when I stumbled across a group of architects who captured the essence of American architecture with an eye toward the past.
These include Peter A. Zumwalt, whose work is often called “architecture of the future,” and Frank Gehry, whose New York City Modern was lauded for its boldness.
All of these architects, along with some very talented assistants, took their inspiration from the past and brought it to life with contemporary techniques.
Their work, combined with contemporary architecture, was so influential that it’s now a hallmark of the modernist movement.
In our own time, we also see architects using architectural photography to document the past with a purpose, whether it’s for a museum or an exhibition.
Here are eight of the most important photographs of architecture in America.1.
Peter A Zumwinsthe most famous architectural photographer, Peter AZ, has become a major force in the history of American design.
The most well-known of the Zumwalts, Peter is the architect of the landmark National Gallery and the National Gallery Museum.
He is known for his innovative approach to architecture.
A major influence on the style of contemporary architecture has been his use of digital photography.
In fact, he is credited with first developing the technology to capture images on film.
But Zumwarsthe’s work can also be seen as a direct reference to the architectural tradition, and his photographs often capture the essence and history of architecture.2.
Peter J. Zuckerman is the founder and chairman of the firm Zuckerman Architects.
He has worked for several major clients, including the United States Department of Agriculture, the United Nations, and the New Jersey State Police.
Zumburnd he’s worked with many of these clients and has contributed to some of their most iconic projects.
Zunmerman’s portfolio is well-documented, and he has been a contributor to many architectural journals, including Modern Architecture, Modernism, and Modernism Journal.3.
Frank Gehries is one of the leading architects of the 21st century.
Gehries was the founder of the famed Gehry Group, a design studio founded by the late Richard Meier, which has produced some of the world’s most acclaimed architectural projects, including 432 Park Avenue, the Eiffel Tower, and New York’s Central Park.
Gehry is best known for the design of the Grand Central Terminal and the Empire State Building.
The Gehry group has also produced some iconic projects, such as the Grand Canyon and the Lincoln Memorial.4.
John G. Young designed and built the iconic Twin Towers in New York.
Young’s works include the World Trade Center, which was completed in 1993, and Grand Central Station, which opened in 2006.
He also designed the Lincoln Tunnel, the Kennedy Center, and a large portion of the Lincoln Bridge.5.
Thomas G. Hirschman designed and designed the World War II Memorial at Arlington National Cemetery.
Hichenman is considered one of modern architecture’s greatest innovators, and most recently he has designed the new U.S. Capitol Building.6.
Frank Lloyd Wright was a prolific architect and designer, and one of his most notable projects was the Chicago World’s Fair, which he designed.
His other projects include the Chrysler Building, the Empire Center, the Lincoln-Douglas Memorial, the World’s Columbian Exposition, and many others.7.
Charles M. Duhigg is an architect and former mayor of New York, and also has a large portfolio of architecture and design.
He designed the New Yorker Tower in 1989, the iconic World Trade Tower, the Chrysler Museum of Art in New Jersey, and several of New Jersey’s largest buildings, including Newark Liberty and New Jersey City Hall.
He was also responsible for the Grand Hyatt Hotel in New Orleans.8.
John S. Miller is a famous architect and illustrator, and is best-known for his illustrations for the American Apparel Company.
Miller’s most famous work is the design for the Statue of Liberty, but he has also designed other iconic landmarks, including Washington Monument and Lincoln Memorials.9.
Charles B. Guggenheim designed the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History, and in 2007 he created the Washington Monument, one of New Orleans’ most iconic landmarks.
He died in 2006 at the age of 93.10.
Robert A. Heinlein was an author and a scientist, and wrote a number of science fiction novels.
Heinleys work has influenced many of the greatest science fiction writers of the 20th century.
Heinlein is most well known for creating the iconic alien species the Borg and the USS Enterprise.
His most recent work is a novel called Starship Troopers