List of works by Minoru Yamasaki

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The original World Trade Center in 2001, the most well known buildings designed by Yamasaki.

This is a list of works by architect Minoru Yamasaki.

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  13. ^ Michael Webb (January 2004), "Radisson Miyako Tokyo: The Japanese Modernist Structure Rediscovers Its Cultural Roots, Restoration Architecture by Minoru Yamasaki/Interior Design by Hirsch Bedner Associates", Architectural Digest, retrieved 2014-01-22 
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