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1980s

Loyola Law School
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Loyola Law School

Little known at the time and having never designed a campus, Frank Gehry drew on classical settings like the Roman Forum to visually evoke the history and weight of the legal profession.
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Museum of Contemporary Art

With only four of its seven floors above street level, its sunken, red sandstone-clad design is a welcome contrast to the extreme heights of the Bunker Hill glass-and-steel high rise towers.
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Norton Residence

Even among all of Venice's famed Ocean Front Walk beachfront architecture, no other house is as eye-catching as the Norton Residence.
Pacific Street Townhouses
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Pacific Street Townhouses

A Postmodern/High-Tech complex that resembles, at first glance, a piece of massive yellow-and-white machine equipment at a temporary halt.
Petal House
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Petal House

Architect Eric Owen Moss collaborated with the owner to rethink the concept of what a house should be, resulting in a Deconstructivist design that juxtaposes logic and disorder.

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