Gilbert designed the Palace of Fine Arts (now the Saint Louis Art Museum) as the Exposition’s only permanent structure.
The interior of the Beaux-Arts style Saint Louis Art Museum.
The recently restored St. Louis Public Library Central Library maintained the integrity of Gilbert’s original design, while bringing his masterpiece up to standards befitting a 21st-century cultural treasure.
Manhattan’s Woolworth Building.
Minnesota State Capitol building.
The most imposing of Cass Gilbert’s designs for the 1904 World’s Fair was the astonishing but temporary Festival Hall.
Architect Cass Gilbert obtained the commission to design the U.S Supreme Court Building.