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  Name Artist/Origin Date Material
ParthenonParthenonIktinos and Kallikrates (architects); Pheidias (fl. c. 490–430 BC) (sculptor)ca. 447/6–433/2 BCEMarble
Chrysler BuildingChrysler BuildingWilliam van Alen (American, 1882/3–1954)1928–1930Steel frame, brick, concrete, masonry, and metal cladding
Great MosqueGreat MosqueUnknown artist(s), Niger Inland Delta, Mopti Region, Mali1906–07Mud brick and palm wood
Ruins of the White Temple and ZigguratRuins of the White Temple and ZigguratUnknown artist(s). Uruk, Mesopotamiaca. 3200–3000 BCEBrick
Ara Pacis Augustae (Altar of Augustan Peace)Ara Pacis Augustae (Altar of Augustan Peace)Unknown artist(s), Rome13–9 BCEMarble
St. Peter’s Basilica and St. Peter’s SquareSt. Peter’s Basilica and St. Peter’s SquareMichelangelo Buonarroti (Italian, 1475–1564), Carlo Moderno (Italian, 1556–1629), Gian Lorenzo Bernini (Italian, 1598–1680), et al.ca. 1506–1667Travertine marble
Benjamin Franklin ParkwayBenjamin Franklin ParkwayPaul Philippe Cret (French, 1876–1945) and Jacques Greber (French, 1882–1962) (designers)1917–1926Pavement and trees
The Gates, Project for Central Park, New YorkThe Gates, Project for Central Park, New YorkChristo (American, Bulgarian-born, b. 1935) and Jeanne-Claude (American, French-born, 1935-2009)1979–2005Vinyl poles, nylon fabric, and metal bases
The New York City WaterfallsThe New York City WaterfallsOlafur Eliasson (Danish, b. 1967)2008Scaffolding and piping
Fallingwater (exterior)Fallingwater (exterior)Frank Lloyd Wright (American, 1867–1959)1936–38Concrete, steel, stone, and glass
Villa SavoyeVilla SavoyeLe Corbusier (Charles-Édouard Jeanneret) (Swiss, 1887–1965)1929–1931Concrete and masonry
The Red RibbonThe Red RibbonTurenscape with the Graduate School of Landscape Architecture, Peking University. Kongjian Yu (Chinese, b. 1963) (principal designer)Designed July 2005–May 2006. Completed July 2006Fiber Steel
Central Park (view of the Turtle Pond)Central Park (view of the Turtle Pond)Frederick Law Olmsted (American, 1822–1903) and Calvert Vaux (English, 1824–1895)Originally designed 1857Stone, earth, topsoil, water, various tree and plant species
Hagia Sophia (exterior)Hagia Sophia (exterior)Anthemius of Tralles (Greek, active 6th c.) and Isidorus of Miletus (Greek, active 6th c.) (architects)Begun 532–537Brick, stone, stucco, and other materials
La Mezquita (Great Mosque) (interior)La Mezquita (Great Mosque) (interior)Unknown architect(s) (possibly Syrian), Andalucía (Islamic Spain)Umayyad Dynasty, begun ca. 784–86; enlarged in the 9th and 10th centuriesStone, brick, marble, porphyry, jasper, and other materials
El Castillo (The Castle)El Castillo (The Castle)Unknown architect(s), Mayan, Chichén Itzá, Yucatan, Mexicoca. 800–1000Stone
Aerial View of Notre Dame CathedralAerial View of Notre Dame CathedralUnknown architect(s), Franceca. 1163–1345Stone
Ka’baKa’baUnknown architect(s), MeccaRebuilt multiple times; latest 17th centuryGranite and marble, covered with silk

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