41. Bruno Taut-Horseshoe Estate, Berlin(1930) | Modernist Architects

Now a World Heritage Site put forward the idea of a terraced garden home for everyone.

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42. Vladimir Tatlin – Tatlin Tower, (1920)

An example of the Constructivism Style symbolised Modernity in the form of a tower.

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43. Charles And Ray Eames– Eames House, Los Angeles (1949) | Architects Works

The office and house of the Eames, now historic landmarks.

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44. Eugenio Peschard -National Autonomous University Mexico, Mexico City (1910)

With its striking façade, now a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

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45. Skidmore, Owings & Merrill – Lever House, New York (1952) | Modernist Architects

Adorns the skyline of New York in the form of a “Glass Box.”

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46. Raymond Hood – 30 Rockefeller Centre, New York (1939)

Set of buildings built in Art Deco and International Styles.

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47. Henri Sauvage – La Samaritaine, Paris(1870) | Architects Works

Has varying artistic characteristics of the Art Nouveau style.

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48. Cass Gilbert – Woolworth Building, New York(1912)

Still remains one of the tallest buildings in the US.

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49. Charles Rennie Macintosh– The Glasgow School of Art, Glasgow (1845)

Originally built at the centre of the city, combined aesthetics and functions

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50. Charles Correa – Jawahar Kala Kendra, Jaipur (1992) | Modernist Architects

A multi-arts centre based on the principles of Vaastu Shastra.

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Rishika Sood is a student of architecture, currently in her third year. She has a keen interest in exploring buildings and aspires to work towards the conservation of historic monuments. She is particularly drawn indigenous art, craft and lives of the craftsmen associated with it.

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