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Bradbury Building, by George H. Wyman, at Los Angeles, California, 1889 to 1893.

California College of Arts San Francisco Campus, by Skidmore Owings and Merrill (SOM), with renovation and conversion by LMS Architects, at San Francisco, California, 1951, renovated and converted 1997 to 1998.

Cary House, by Joseph Esherick, at Mill Valley, California, 1960.

Christ Church, by Nicholas Hawksmoor, at Spitalfields, London, England, 1715 to 1729.

D. L. James House, by Greene and Greene, at Carmel Highlands, California, 1918.

Diamond Ranch High School, by Thom Mayne - Morphosis, at Diamond Bar, near Pomona, California, 1999 to 2000.

Dominus Winery, by Herzog and de Meuron, at Yountville, California, 1996 to 1998.

Eames House, by Charles Eames, at Pacific Palisades, California, 1945 to 1949.

Easton Neston, by Nicholas Hawksmoor, at Northamptonshire, England, 1695 to 1710.

Ecological Center Project, by Nicholas Grimshaw, at St. Austell, Cornwall, England, 1996.

Experience Music Project, by Frank Gehry, at Seattle, Washington, 1999 to 2000.

Fetzer Winery Administration Building, by Valley Architects, at Hopland, California, 2002.

Freeway Park, by Lawrence Halprin, at Seattle, Washington, 1972 to 1976.

Gamble House, by Greene and Greene, at Pasadena, California, 1909.

Gap Offices in San Bruno, by William McDonough, at San Bruno, California, 1994 to 1997.

Garfield School, by Joseph Esherick, at San Francisco, California, 1981.

Gehry House, by Frank Gehry, at Santa Monica, California, 1978.

Graham House, by Arthur C. Erickson, at West Vancouver, BC, Canada, 1963.

Hallidie Building, by Willis Polk, at San Francisco, California, 1918.

House at Kentwoodlands, by Joseph Esherick, at Kentwoodlands, California, 1957.

Joe Esherick House, by Joseph Esherick, at Kentfield, California, 1950.

Library at Wiblingen, by Christian Wiedermann, at Ulm, Wurttemberg, Germany, 1744.

Lovejoy Fountain Plaza, by Lawrence Halprin, at Portland, Oregon, 1966.

Martin Luther King Jr. Civic Center, by James Plachek, renovation by ELS Architecture and Urban Design, at Berkeley, California, 1940, 2001.

McMinnville Public Library, by Ernst Kroner, at McMinnville, Oregon, 1912.

Millennium Dome, by Richard Rogers, at London, England, United Kingdom, 1999.

Monterey Bay Aquarium, by EHDD, at Monterey, California, 1980 (circa).

Mount Vernon, by Lawrence and George Washington, at Mount Vernon, Virginia, 1743, remodeled 1754 to circa 1780.

Multnomah County Public Library, by A. E. Doyle, at Portland, Oregon, 1913.

Museum of Natural History, by Alfred Waterhouse, at London, England, 1860 to 1880.

Notre Dame du Raincy, by Auguste Perret, at Raincy, France, 1922.

Ocean Beach People's Organic Foods Market, by Hanna Gabriel Wells, at Ocean Beach, California, 1999 to 2002.

PA Technology Center UK, by Richard Rogers, at Melbourn, Hertfordshire, England, 1975 to 1983.

Porte S. Andre, by unknown, at Autun, France, circa -75.

Portland Building, by Michael Graves, at Portland, Oregon, 1980.

Robson Square, by Arthur C. Erickson, at Vancouver, British Columbia, 1980.

Rose Walk, by Bernard Maybeck, at Berkeley, California, 1912.

St. Mary Woolnoth, by Nicholas Hawksmoor, at London, England, 1716 to 1724.

Stansted Airport, by Norman Foster, at London, England, UK, 1991.

The Escorial, by Juan Bautista de Toledo, Juan de Herrera, at near Madrid, Spain, 1562 to 1584.

The Louvre, by Pierre Lescot, at Paris, France, 1546 to 1878.

Transamerica Pyramid, by William L. Pereira & Associates, at San Francisco, California, 1969 to 1972.

Donald Bren School of Environmental Science & Management, by Zimmer Gunsul Frasca, at Santa Barbara, California, 1999 to 2002.

UCSF Genentech Hall, by SmithGroup, at San Francisco, California, 1999 to 2003.

University Art Museum, by Mario J. Ciampi, at Berkeley, California, 1971.

Venice Beach House, by Frank Gehry, at Venice, California, 1986.

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