Only 10 percent of architect Adolph Cluss’s buildings have survived the passage of time, and so many of them are not only well-known, but well-searched for. Cluss is certainly not one of the District’s more familiar architects, but his impact can be seen with buildings like Eastern Market in Capitol Hill and the Arts & Industries Building on the National Mall.
For a comprehensive guide to every building, both standing and demolished, that was designed by Cluss, head to this website dedicated to him. For a quick look at some of his most noteworthy buildings, check out Curbed DC’s map below.
For a look at another of D.C.’s famous architects, check out this map of John Russell Pope’s most famous buildings.
Note: The mapped points have been ordered geographically, from the most north to the most south.Read More