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North Dakota

22 September 2009

1995 – Pembina State Museum, North Dakota

Architect: Yeater, Hennings, Ruff, Schutz, Rokke, Welch – Architects Planners Sited along the Interstate to the Canadian border, this small museum’s viewing tower is a landmark for miles. The observation tower is a...

22 September 2009

1973 – Bank of the West Tower, Fargo, North Dakota

Architect: Large open plan floors supported at either end by service cores allowing for large expansive glazing to the north and south facades.

22 September 2009

1962 – Pontoppidan Building, Fargo, North Dakota

Architect: Fine little modernist building with tapering concrete columns and canopy dominating the facade. Formerly the Chamber of Commerce building, until recently a daycare facility for a nearby church. Now reverted to offices.

22 September 2009

1965 – Commercial Building – 202 Broadway, Fargo, North Dakota

Architect: Braseth & Houkom A muscular design in precast concrete, this commercial building is out of place in downtown Fargo. However its detailing is excellent with a strong play of light and shade...

22 September 2009

1930 – Black Building, Fargo, North Dakota

Architect: Lang, Raugland & Lewis Built by a local retailer in an Art Moderne style, this is the tallest building in the historic downtown area of Fargo. The facade at streetlevel has ornate...

22 September 2009

1929 – First Presbyterian Church, Fargo, North Dakota

Architect: Lang, Raugland & Lewis Designed in a Gothic Revival style that has been described as Scottish, this church was designed by a Minneapolis based firm Lang, Raugland & Lewis. The exterior is...

22 September 2009

1938 – Fargo Forum, Fargo, North Dakota

Architects: Originally built as a three storey structure in 1926, the remaining floors were added in 1938. The Fargo Forum is a local newspaper founded in 1891. The building is quite simple but...

22 September 2009

1926 – Alerus – 15 Broadway, Fargo, North Dakota

Architect: Built in an Art Deco style, this is a fine muscular design with a strong vertical emphasis. Designed as the First National Bank. ALthough the street level facade and the windows have...

22 September 2009

1926 – Aggie Block – 520 Broadway, Fargo, North Dakota

Architect: Named after real estate investor Samuel Aggie, this is a fine little brick and stone building.

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