PBS has released their selections of the top ten buildings that have changed the way Americans live, work and play. From Thomas Jefferson’s 224-year-old Virginia State Capitol to Robert Ventui’s postmodern masterpiece the Vanna Venturi House, each building on the list will be featured in a new TV and web production coming to PBS in 2013. Continue after the break to view the top ten influential buildings and let us know your thoughts!
1) Virginia State Capitol / Thomas Jefferson (1788) Richmond, Virginia
2) Trinity Church / H.H. Richardson (1877) Boston, Massachusetts
3) Wainwright Building / Louis Sullivan (1891) St. Louis, Missouri
4) Robie House / Frank Lloyd Wright (1910) Chicago, Illinois
5) Highland Park Ford Plant / Albert Kahn (1910) Highland Park, Michigan
6) Southdale Center / Victor Gruen (1956) Edina, Minnesota
7) Seagram Building / Ludwig Mies van der Rohe (1958) New York, New York
8) Dulles International Airport / Eero Saarinen (1963) Chantilly, Virginia
9) Vanna Venturi House / Robert Venturi (1964) Chestnut Hill, Pennsylvania
10) Walt Disney Concert Hall / Frank Gehry (2003) Los Angeles, California
What buildings would make your list?