|Hallgrímskirkja||The Hallgrímskirkja is a massive Lutheran church in Reykjavík, Iceland. Named after the Icelandic poet Hallgrímur (Hallgrímskirkja means "The Church of Hallgrímur"), its shape was made to resemble the flowing lava of Iceland's volcanoes.|
|The Chrysler Building||The Chrysler Building is often considered to be one of the most impressive structures in New York City, and it was ranked ninth on the American Institute of Architects list of America's Favorite Architecture. Its crown was one of the largest stainless steel components ever built at the time it was constructed.|
|Niagara Mohawk Building||
The Niagara Mohawk Building is a power utility building for the Niagara Mohawk company, and is a great example of how moving forward through art can express progress in the industrial world as well.
"The design elements applied by architects Melvin L. King and Bley & Lyman transformed a corporate office tower into a widely admired beacon of light and belief in the future."
|The Paramount Theatre||The Paramount Theatre is a great example of the once-prominent themed "movie palaces" that dominated major cities from the late-20's until the early-50's.|