Best U.S. University Buildings Designed by Top Architects

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From Frank Gehry’s Bard College creation to Zaha Hadid’s Michigan State University building, you can gain tons of inspiration by just looking at the designs of their works. Even if you are already working at a top architecture company in Malaysia, it’s crucial to go through lists like this one, to gain new inspiration from awesome things.

1. Harvard Art Museums – Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts

Different buildings were consolidated in a single structure through a building renovation that is worth millions of dollars.

2. Richards Medical Research Laboratories at the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Though it is also modern in style, all for the structure nod to the style of classic architecture middle man.

3. Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum at Michigan State University – Zaha Hadid from East Lansing, Michigan

Zaha Hadid, just like any other architect, joined contests and won. She has a futuristic style, with diagonal and horizontal lines in creating a bigger sense of motion while building. The building’s façade can be considered as a theatrical mask covering the performance space’s raw face.

4. S. R. Crown Hall at the Illinois Institute of Technology – Ludwig Mies van der Rohe

The S.R Crown all home to a reputable architecture school. It was specifically designed to meet the minimalist standards of Ludwig Mies van der Rohe.

5. Pfeiffer Chapel at Florida Southern College – Frank Lloyd Wright’s Annie

Frank Lloyd Wright is a reputable American architect who designed more than 10 buildings for Florida’s Southern College in Lakeland, Florid.

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