Yamasaki remains an important part of our international architectural heritage. This is part one of a two part blog on Yamasaki and his life as written by guest blogger Dale Allen Gyure, Ph.D.
In 1962, architect Minoru Yamasaki received the commission for which he would become known: the World Trade Center in New York City.
In 1959, Minoru Yamasaki branched out from metropolitan Detroit to the rest of Michigan with the Michigan State Medical Society in East Lansing.
Minoru Yamasaki felt an airport needed the feel of Grand Central Station.
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