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01 October 2009

1898 – Ontario Legislative Buildings Proposal

Architect: Darling & Curry

30 September 2009

1893 – Competitive Designs for new Government Buildings, British Columbia

Architect: Dick & Wickson, T.C. Sorby Unbuilt entries for an architectural competition.

30 September 2009

1912 – Legislative Buildings, Regina, Saskatchewan

Architect: E. & W.S. Maxwell The Saskatchewan Legislative Building was built between 1908 and 1912 in the Beaux Arts style to a design by Edward and William Sutherland Maxwell of Montreal. The design...

24 September 2009

1932 – Stormont Parliament Building, Belfast

Architect: Sir Arnold Thornely After the partition of Ireland with the Government of Ireland Act, 1920, plans for a large domed building with two subsidiary side buildings, housing all three branches of government...

21 September 2009

1985 – James R. Thompson Center, Chicago, Illinois

Architect: Murphy/Jahn The James R. Thompson Center houses offices of the State of Illinois. The building opened in May 1985 as the State of Illinois Center. It was re-dedicated in 1993 to honor...

17 September 2009

1906 – Royal College of Science & Government Office, Merrion Street, Dublin

Architect: Aston Webb One of the most visually impressive of Dublin’s buildings and the butt of many pointed comments after its recent expensive restoration and refurbishment as Government Office, the building was constructed...

04 September 2009

1958 – Ministerio del Interior, Havana, Cuba

The Plaza de la RevoluciĆ³n is one of the world’s largest city squares at 72,000 square metres, the Square is dominated by the Jose’ Marti Memorial which features a 109 metre tall tower...

04 September 2009

1929 – Capitolio, Havana, Cuba

Architect: Eugenio Raynieri El Capitolio, or the National Capitol Building in Havana, Cuba, was the seat of government in Cuba until after the Cuban Revolution in 1959, and is now home to the...

02 September 2009

2004 – Scottish Parliament, Edinburgh

Architect: EMBT/RMJM