The term architect was coined in the 1920s by a German architect who was fascinated by the architecture of ancient cities, but he did not use the term “architect” to describe his work.
Today, many architects are referred to as architects.
The most popular architects today are: * Michael Graves , whose architectural firm is the leading architectural firm in Canada and the United States.
Graves is best known for designing some of the most famous buildings in Canada, including the Toronto Eaton Centre and the CN Tower.
* Paul Wulff , who designed the CN Center and CN Tower in Toronto.
The two towers were the tallest in the world at the time they were built.
* Richard Hirschfeld , who was an architect and who has been building for more than 30 years.
The company he founded, Wulf, Wuhre, Hirschfolds, designed the Willis Tower in Chicago, the World Trade Center, the Chrysler Building in Detroit and the Chrysler Museum in Los Angeles.
He also designed the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C. * Gary Gorman, a partner at Gorman & Partners and the designer of the New York Times Building, the Kennedy Centre and other major structures in New York.
* Mark Bauermann , who built the World War II Memorial in Washington.
The memorial was named after him and has been a tourist attraction for years.
* James B. Johnson , who is best-known for designing the Lincoln Memorial and the Washington Monument.
The former President’s office was built by Johnson.
* Frank Gehry, the designer and the founder of New York’s Museum of Modern Art, which includes the National Gallery of Art, the National Air and Space Museum and the Smithsonian Institution.
Gehry also designed several buildings in the U.S. and internationally.
* Stephen Krasner , who developed the iconic St. Louis Cathedral and has designed some of America’s most famous landmarks.
* Henry Lauzon , who has designed the Grand Hyatt Hotel in Los Angles and the Plaza Hotel in Miami.
Lauzon also designed and built the Empire State Building and the National Museum of African American History and Culture.
* David Ritter, whose firm is best remembered for designing many of the world’s tallest buildings, including one in Seoul, South Korea, that is over 200 feet tall.
He designed the Guggenheim Museum and is also the designer for the World Heritage Site of the Statue of Liberty.
* Bruce Springsteen, whose albums include Born in the USA and The Joshua Tree.
The singer’s name has also appeared in many U.K. landmarks.
He has also been honored with a bronze statue in New Orleans.
* William Morris , whose firm designs and manages buildings and bridges across the U, Canada and Mexico.
Morris is known for his bold designs and for his work on the iconic Grand Hypertrophy building in Brooklyn.
* Peter Kuznets , who founded and is still the chairman of the design and construction firm, Kuznetz Group.
Kuznits has been the architect for the New Orleans Saints, the New England Patriots, the Brooklyn Nets, the Philadelphia Eagles and the St. Patrick’s Athletic League.
* John Zagaris, the architect who designed and oversaw the New Jersey Turnpike.
Zagarian was the first American to design a bridge in the United Kingdom, and has also designed bridges across France, Italy, Greece and Belgium.
* Walter White, who is the founder and president of The Walt Disney Company and a producer on the TV show The Simpsons.
He is also a television personality and actor.
The Walt is known as one of the biggest Hollywood personalities in the history of television, having been the creator of The Simpsons, The Simpsons Movie and many other shows.
* Daniel Kahneman, the psychologist who has worked with top politicians including President Ronald Reagan and President George H.W. Bush.
Kahneman has studied politics for over 40 years.
Kahnman is best recognized for his theories about why people behave the way they do.
* Bill McKibben, the environmental activist and author of the book, “A Million Little Things That Could,” about the environment.
* Michael Moore , who directed the documentary “Planet of the Apes,” about humanity’s evolution from ape to human.
* Andres Martinez , who designs and oversees the new St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital in Memphis, Tennessee.
He was also a director on the acclaimed documentary “The Art of Living.”
* David Geffen , the founder, CEO and chairman of Viacom, the world leader in entertainment and technology.
Geffen’s company is the largest and most influential in the entertainment industry.
* Jonathan Maberry , who co-founded the hedge fund, BlackRock, and was the CEO of the hedge funds, Goldman Sachs and JP Morgan Chase.
Mabary was also the co-founder of Lehman Brothers.
* Tomás Jónsdóttir, the