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The AIA gratefully acknowledges the following sponsors of our 150th Anniversary celebration:

Founders Circle - $1,000,000:

McGraw-Hill Construction, Official Media Sponsor

Gold $500,000 – $999,999:

HKS, Inc.


Silver $250,000 - $499,999:

AIA Board of Directors

Deltek Systems, Inc.

DLR Group, Inc.

Haworth, Inc.

Hellmuth Obata & Kassabaum, Inc.

Perkins+Will Group Ltd.

Thompson Ventulett Stainback & Associates, Inc.

RTKL Associates, Inc.

Victor O. Schinnerer, Inc.

Zimmer Gunsul Frasca Partnership

Bronze $100,000 – 249,999:

Clark Construction Group, LLC

Cooper Carrey, Inc

Hanley Wood, LLC

OWP/P Architects, Inc.

Pei Cobb Freed & Partners Architects, LLP

SmithGroup, Inc.

Swanke, Hayden, Connell Architects, LLP

Granite $50,000 - $99,999:

ADD, Inc.

BWBR Architects, Inc.

Cannon Design

FreemanWhite, Inc.

Marble - $25,000 - $49,999:

AIA Trust

Brian Dougherty, FAIA & Betsey Dougherty, FAIA

GBBN Architects, Inc.

John J. Hoffman, FAIA

Norman Koonce, FAIA & Suzanne Koonce, Hon. AI

Miller/Hull Partnership

Munger Munger Architecture

Shepley Bulfinch Richardson and Abbott, Inc.

Victor F. Trahan III, FAIA

R. Randall Vosbeck, FAIA & Phoebe Vosbeck

WHR Architects, Inc.

Special Friends of AIA - $10,000 - $24,999:

Anderson Mason Dale Architects, PC

John Anderson, FAIA & Flodie Anderson

Barron, Heinberg & Brocato

Michael Broshar, FAIA & Mary Broshar

Tommy Cowan, FAIA & Ann Cowan

Helene Combs Dreiling, FAIA

James H. Eley, FAIA

Eskew + Dumez + Ripple, Studio EDR

Glenn Fellows, AIA

Marion L. Fowlkes, FAIA

Donald J. Hackl, FAIA

Heller Manus Architects, Inc.

Barry Jones, AIA & Kate Schwennsen, FAIA

Marshall Purnell, FAIA

Miguel Rodriguez, AIA & Lourdes Rodriguez, AIA

Douglas L Steidl, FAIA

Norman Strong, FAIA & Susan Strong

Bryce A. Weigand, FAIA

Enrique A. Woodroffe, FAIA / Woodroffe Corporation Architects

Welcome to America's Favorite Architecture

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61. TransAmerica Pyramid (1972)
San Francisco, CA; William Pereira, FAIA
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62. 333 Wacker Drive (1983)
Chicago, IL; William E. Pedersen, FAIA; Kohn Pedersen
Fox Associates
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63. National Museum of Air and Space (1976)
Washington, DC; Gyo Obata, FAIA; Hellmuth, Obata
+ Kassabaum
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64. Faneuil Hall Marketplace (1978)
Boston, MA; Benjamin Thompson, FAIA
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65. Crystal Cathedral (1980)
Garden Grove, CA; Philip Johnson, FAIA;
Johnson/Burgee Architects
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66. Gamble House (1908)
Pasadena, CA; Greene and Greene
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67. Nebraska State Capitol (1922-1932)
Lincoln, NE; Bertram Grosvenor Goodhue, FAIA
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68. New York Times Building (2006)
New York, NY; Renzo Piano, Hon. FAIA; FXFOWLE
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69. Salt Lake City Public Library (2003)
Salt Lake City, UT; Moshe Safdie, FAIA; VCBO Architecture
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70. Dolphin and Swan Hotels, Walt Disney World
(1990), Orlando, FL; Michael Graves, FAIA
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71. Hearst Tower (1927-2006)
New York, NY; George P. Post and Sons; addition, Foster
+ Partners
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72. Flatiron Building (Fuller Building) (1903)
New York, NY; Daniel Burnham, FAIA
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73. Lake Point Tower (1968)
Chicago, IL; Schipporeit-Heinrich; Graham, Anderson, Probst
& White
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74. Guggenheim Museum (1959)
New York, NY; Frank Lloyd Wright
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75. Union Station (1939)
Los Angeles, CA; John Parkinson, AIA, and Donald B. Parkinson
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76. Willard Hotel (1901)
Washington, DC; Henry Janeway Hardenbergh, FAIA
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77. Sever Hall, Harvard University (1880)
Cambridge, MA; Henry Hobson Richardson, FAIA
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78. Broadmoor Hotel (1918)
Colorado Springs, CO; Warren & Wetmore
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79. Ronald Reagan Building and International
Trade Center
(1998), Washington, DC; Pei Cobb Freed
& Partners
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80. Phillips Exeter Academy Library (1972)
Exeter, NH; Louis I. Kahn, FAIA
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