Which buildings are the most iconic?

The most iconic buildings are, for the most part, the ones that have become a kind of iconic symbol for an area, such as the Sears Tower in Chicago, or the American Museum of Natural History in New York City.

A few are, in fact, more symbolic than others, with one in particular making the list for architecture: The Chrysler Building, located in Detroit, was once the tallest building in the United States.

In 1955, the building was built as part of a plan to replace the old General Motors Company, which was being closed in Detroit.

The building was to be built as a two-story steel tower, but due to the war, the plan was to add a third story to the base of the building, which would have allowed for the construction of a museum and a concert hall.

The design was eventually changed, and in 1966, the Chrysler Building was completed.

The story behind the building’s iconic shape is that Chrysler wanted to be a more modern building than the existing building at that time, and it used a steel core, a structure which is more resistant to water damage.

The first building to be demolished in Detroit was the old Sears Tower, which became the site of the modern Museum of Modern Art.

Other notable buildings include the new Trump International Hotel in Washington, D.C., and the new Marriott Marquis in Orlando, Florida.