Two Iconic Buffalo Buildings Named Must-Visits for Architect Lovers

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Written by Alexis Wagner

Published on January 7, 2021


Kleinhans Music Hall

Photo courtesy of Kleinhans Music Hall

“The acoustics of this jaw-dropping edifice are widely regarded as some of the best in the world, thanks largely to finely tuned wood walls and ridged ceilings.”

If you live in Buffalo then you are no stranger to Kleinhans Music Hall. AnOther Magazine has recently recognized Kleinhans and its thoughtful architecture. The building itself appears to to take inspiration from the shape of cello or violin which makes it stand out from all others. This unique architecture makes Kleinhans a sight that must be seen!


Temple Beth Zion

Temple Beth Zion / Photo courtesy of Instagram: @brutal_architechture

“One highlight of this incredible structure is its collection of stained glass windows.”

Buffalo’s Temple Beth Zion was also recognized by author Milly Burroughs as a must visit mid-century sight. The structure stands out as it is made of a collection of stained glass windows. These windows are what makes this building a must visit for any architect lover.

To learn more about Buffalo’s Kleinhans Music hall and Temple Beth Zion, read the full article over on AnOther!

Written by <a href="" target="_self">Alexis Wagner</a>

Written by Alexis Wagner

Alexis is from a small town called Freedom, NY (40 miles south of Buffalo). As a senior at Houghton College graduating this Spring with a degree in Integrated Marketing and Communications and Human Resources Management, she hopes to work with a Buffalo based company or store in the marketing department once she graduates. Alexis finds the Buffalo community to be fun, creative, ambitious, hardworking, and energetic and she's excited to learn more.
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