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Eero Saarinen bell labs holmdel complex. New Jersey. 1959 -1962

The Idea Factory: Insights on Creativity from Bell Labs and the Golden Age of Innovation

Eero Saarinen-Designed U.S. Embassy in London - before the security fences, barriers etc.

Step inside an Eero Saarinen-designed U.S. Embassy in London

Eero Saarinen-Designed U. Embassy in London - before the security fences, barriers etc.

The Form And Function Of Production: A Few Of Our Favorite Auto Headquarters And Factories • Petrolicious

The Form And Function Of Production: A Few Of Our Favorite Auto Headquarters And Factories

The Form And Function Of Production: A Few Of Our Favorite Auto Headquarters And Factories • Petrolicious

Eero Saarinen – An Overview of His Life and Work | Read all in http://bocadolobo.com/blog/architecture/eero-saarinen-an-overview-of-his-life-and-work/

Eero Saarinen – An Overview of His Life and Work

With desks like these, who needs a union? View of the reception area at GM's Design Center in Warren, Michigan, circa Photo by Balthazar Korab, via the Library of Congress.

Bell Labs, now under the new ownership of Somerset Development

Iconic Bell Labs campus will be revived as an urban hub

When Albers Met Saarinen: Alexander Gorlin Reimagines an Eero Saarinen Landmark

Eero Saarinen - Hill House College, UPenn, 1958

Architect Saarinen, Brick Architecture, Eero Saarinen, Hill House, Architectural Photography, Brick Walls, Facade, Colleges, Entrance

Saarinen stairs

Eero Saarinen or Disneyland?

General Motors Technical Center, Warren, Michigan, by Eero Saarinen, 1956 photo by Ezra Stoller

Resultado de imagen de edificio para el Technical Center de la General Motors de Eero Saarinen.

Resultado de imagen de edificio para el Technical Center de la General Motors de Eero Saarinen.

Capilla del MIT, 1955.  Eero Saarinen.

Capilla del MIT, 1955. Eero Saarinen.

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