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Wed April 24, 2013

10 Buildings that Changed America airs on Sunday, May 12th at 9 pm

A state capitol that Thomas Jefferson designed to resemble a Roman temple, the home of Henry Ford’s first assembly line, the first indoor regional shopping mall, an airport with a swooping concrete roof that seems to float on air — these are among the buildings surveyed in this cross-country journey to 10 influential works of American architecture. Meet the daring architects who imagined them and learn the shocking, funny and even sad stories of how they came to be. They changed the way we live, work, worship, learn, shop and play. Geoffrey Baer hosts.

"10 Buildings that Changed America" can be seen on channel 3 and channel 3-1 on Sunday, May 12th at 9:00 p.m.

Created by architect H.H. Richardson, Trinity was the first example of the Richardsonian Romanesque style, which was later used in churches, city halls and county courthouses across America.
Created by architect H.H. Richardson, Trinity was the first example of the Richardsonian Romanesque style, which was later used in churches, city halls and county courthouses across America.