|Washington, DC Mid-Century Modern Office Buildings|
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|Housing and Urban Development Building
|The HUD Building was built from 1966-1968. It was designed by Marcel Breuer and Herbert Beckhard. The building was later renamed the Robert C. Weaver Federal Building. It has three curved fašades and concrete structure/windows similar to Breuer's Pirelli Building in New Haven, CT. The mushroom-like structures were added to the plaza in 1990. [map]|
|Pan American Health Organization
|The Pan American Health Organization buildings were designed by Roman Fresnedo Siri and constructed in 1965. There is a curved tower and a round conference center. [map]|
More Washington, DC Mid-Century Modern Office Buildings:
J. Edgar Hoover Building [map]
James V. Forrestal Building
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