Architects: The Next 10 Architects

The next wave of architects is on the way. 

The first wave, the so-called “geeks,” began with the work of artists like Frank Gehry, the founder of New York’s Museum of Modern Art, and Paul Williams, a British architect who designed a pair of towers in central London that are now the world’s tallest.

It has taken more than 20 years to build them.

But these architects, who are now in their 30s and 40s, are beginning to influence the design and construction of skyscrapers across the globe.

The “geek” generation has become a big part of the world of architecture, says Peter Rolfe, a professor of architecture at New York University and author of the forthcoming book Architecture in America: A Cultural History.

“They’re not the only ones,” he says.

“I think there’s a new generation of architects who are beginning in the 21st century.

I think they’re just getting started.”

The most obvious example of this is the New York-based firm Wilbur Wright, whose towers now stand atop the iconic World Trade Center, which is the tallest building in the world.

It is not just a work of art.

Its construction, by an unknown architect, has made it the most visible building in Manhattan and among the tallest in the United States.

Wright’s buildings are not only iconic, but they are also a source of pride and symbolism for New York City, which has become known as the city where the sun never sets.

The architect’s designs are also seen as a source for inspiration for the new generation.

Another New York firm that has become famous for its towers is the Singapore-based Wisma Group, which opened a landmark office building in Singapore in 2006.

It occupies the space formerly occupied by the Singapore Information and Communication Technology Center.

Like Wilbur and Wright, the Singapore office building was built by an architect unknown to his or her colleagues.

Instead, the building was designed by a team of architects, including Rolfes, whose team has designed such prominent buildings as the Burj Khalifa in Dubai, the Dubai Grand Mosque and the U.S. Capitol building in Washington.

In both Singapore and Dubai, many of the architects have had their work used in films, such as the 2014 documentary, “The World’s Largest Building.”

But Rolfers team in Singapore has taken the idea of the architect’s office building and transformed it into a symbol of New-York, an icon for a city with a global reputation.

And it’s a symbol that Rolfees team is taking a cue from the likes of George Woodcock, whose design of the Washington Monument has become synonymous with the United Kingdom and is now the tallest structure in the U-S.

New York City is not alone in its use of a geometrical architect.

In addition to the iconic skyscrapes, many major buildings in major cities in Europe are also using geometrically designed buildings. 

The German architecture firm Stadthalle Düsseldorf is one of the most celebrated of these geometrias.

In fact, it is one the most iconic of them all, according to the architects.

Its design of a five-story-tall, 690,000-square-foot building called the “City of Stadt” in the heart of Frankfurt is also regarded as one of history’s most iconic structures.

Stadthali, founded in 1894, was one of Germany’s first architectural schools.

Today, the firm has more than 300 offices around the world and is one part of a network of more than 70 international schools across the world that have offices in more than 140 countries.

Rolfes’ team in Frankfurt is using the geometric design of Stads building, which stands as the tallest concrete tower in the city, to symbolize the importance of engineering in a city known for its skyscraping.

“It is really important for me to take the role of the engineer and give it to a new era of architects,” he explains.

That means taking the role that the engineer played in the history of engineering and building.

“It’s very much in the tradition of the builders of the 19th century,” he adds.

“The next 10 architects” by Peter Rolphe (2015).

Willy Williams (1927-2004) is one who is taking advantage of this, and his buildings have been featured in movies such as “The Great Gatsby,” which was based on the book “Stadstalle Duesseldorff”.

He has also made an impact in the field of architecture and has become well-known in Europe for his buildings that are iconic in their design.

The Dutch-born architect, who died in 2003, is also a major player in the American design industry, designing buildings

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