Modern Architecture TCXG 379
The Architecture of Fascism; Cold War Architecture

Wallis Gilbert and Partners, Hoover Factory, Perivale, London, 1935
William Van Alen, Chrysler Building, New York, 1928-30
Henry Bacon, Lincoln Memorial, Washington, DC, 1915
Bebb and Gould, Suzzallo Library, University of Washington, Seattle, 1923-27
Albert Speer, Zeppelinfeld, Nuremberg, 1934
Albert Speer, German Pavilion and Boris Iofan, USSR Pavilion, International Exhibition, Paris, 1937
Mies van der Rohe, German Pavilion at International Exhibition, Barcelona, Spain, 1929
Boris Iofan, Palace of the Soviets, final approved version, 1934
Albert Speer, New Chancellery, Berlin, 1938
Albert Speer and Adolf Hitler, Model of plan for Berlin, 1937-40
Giacomo Matté-Trucco, Fiat Factory, Turin, 1923
Giuseppe Terragni, Casa del Fascio, Como, 1932-36
Giovanni Guerrini, Ernesto la Padula, and Mario Romano, Palazzo della Civilità Italiana, EUR, Rome, 1937-42
Waddy B. Wood, Department of the Interior, Washington, DC, 1935-1936
Wallace K. Harrison and Max Abramovitz, United Nations Headquarters, New York, 1947-50
Secretariat, United Nations Headquarters, New York, 1947-50
Assembly auditorium, United Nations Headquarters, New York, 1947-50
Edward Durrell Stone, John F. Kennedy Center, Washington, DC, 1969
Henry Bacon, Lincoln Memorial, Washington, DC, 1911-22