The Yorktown Heights building, situated on private land not generally accessible to the public, is a large crescent-shaped structure consisting of three levels by 40 aisles. The lowest level is partially underground in some areas toward the shorter side of the crescent, which also leads to the employee parking lots. A large overhang protrudes from the front entryway of the building, and faces the visitor parking lot (See Map of Yorktown Heights Center in the External Links section). The building houses a library, an auditorium and a cafeteria.
A list of works
- Remodelling of the Swedish Theatre, Helsinki (with Jarl Eklund)
- Concordia Senior College campus, now Concordia Theological Seminary, Fort Wayne, Indiana
- The Miller House, Columbus, Indiana.
- Gateway Arch, St. Louis, Missouri
- TWA Terminal at JFK International Airport
- Washington Dulles International Airport
- Kresge Auditorium and MIT Chapel at MIT
- Bell Labs in Holmdel, New Jersey
- Case Study House #9, the John Entenza House (collaboration with Charles Eames)
- CBS Building (Black Rock) New York
- Vivian Beaumont Theater in
Lincoln Center, New York
- General Motors Technical Center, Warren, Michigan
- US Embassies in Oslo and London
- North Christian Church in Columbus, Indiana
- Law School and Woodward Court dormitory (demolished 2002) at the University of Chicago
- Kleinhans Music Hall, Buffalo, New York; designed in collaboration with his father Eliel Saarinen
- Ezra Stiles College, Morse College, and Ingalls Rink (affectionately known as "The Whale") at Yale University
- Noyes House dormitory at
Vassar College. Its lounge is affectionately called the Jetsons lounge because of its curved architecture.
- Hill College House at the University of Pennsylvania. Originally a women's dormitory, the building was made with a "drawbridge" to symbolically keep men out.
- IBM's Thomas J. Watson Research Center in Yorktown Heights, New York
- IBM Rochester, a plant in Rochester, Minnesota
- John Deere World Headquarters, Moline, Illinois
- The "Tulip chair" and "Womb" chairs
- Earl V. Moore Building, housing the University of Michigan School of Music
- East Terminal at Ellinikon International Airport, Athens Greece), posthum finished.
- Milwaukee, WI ,
- Medbury, Fitch and Harvey Ingham Halls, Quadrangle Dormitories ("The Quads"), Hubbell Dining Hall, and Oreon E. Scott Chapel at Drake University in Des Moines, IA
- Letter from Eero Saarinen to Florence Knoll
- Eero Saarinen - Design Dictionary Illustrated article about Eero Saarinen
- Saarinen rising: A much-maligned modernist finally gets his due
- Great buildings online entry
- Earl V. Moore Building School building designed by Eero Saarinen
- Saarinen's Village: The Concordia Campus Through Time
- Digital image database at the Yale University Library, contains 1273 images and drawings from Saarinen's archives
- Finding aid to the Eero Saarinen Collection at Manuscripts and Archives, Yale University Library
- Eero Saarinen: Shaping the Future The 50th Anniversary Exhibition of the
- Eero Saarinen: Realizing American Utopia