Lake Buena Vista: Walt Disney World Dolphin (1990), designed by Michael Graves.
Collins Park, Miami Beach: Rotunda (1926) with a concrete relief sculpted by Albert Vrana and entitled The Story of Man.
Southern Florida College, Lakeland: William H. Danforth Chapel (1955), designed by Frank Lloyd Wright.
The altar of the Danforth Chapel.
Miami: 700 Brickell Avenue (1971).
Palm Beach: Dunster House (1978).
Miami: Colonnade Plaza, formerly Mutual of Omaha Building (1969), designed by O. K. Houstoun, Jr. & H. Maxwell Parish.
Fort Myers: Lee County Administration Office Building (1960), designed by Gundersen Wilson Architects.
Miami: Atlantis Condominium (1982), designed by Arcquitectonica. Punctured into this 20-story, 96-unit condo is this five-story section known as the Palm Court, containing a red spiral staircase, a Jacuzzi and of course, a palm tree.
Tampa Museum of Art (2010), wrapped in a perforated metal skin and designed by Stanley Saitowitz.
Miami: Espirito Santo Plaza (2004), a 36-story building designed by Kohn Petersen Fox Associates. The arch is a nod to Eero Saarinen's Gateway Arch in St. Louis--the city whose byname is The Gateway to the West. Miami is known as The Gateway to Latin America.
Jacksonville: Riverplace Tower, originally Gulf Life Tower (1967), designed by Welton Becket and KBJ Architects. When completed, this was the tallest precast, post-tensioned concrete structure in the world.
Miami Beach: 158 Ocean Drive, designed by architect unknown, post-World War II.
Naples: An A-framed Dairy Queen.
Tampa: Exchange National Bank Building (1966), designed by Harry A. MacEwen. This photo shows the lower nine floors of the 22-story building--a parking garage sheathed in aluminum Sol Dec II solar screening. Developed by Alcoa, the screening allowed a 34-percent open area for air circulation and light. At the time, it was the largest installation of Sol Dec II on record.
Miami Beach: Fountainebleau Hotel (1954), designed by Morris Lapidus.
Lake Buena Vista: Walt Disney World Swan Hotel (1990), designed by Michael Graves.
Lakeland: This 70-foot-tall sign dates from 1957 and appeared in 1990's Edward Scissorhands.
Jacksonville: Independent Square, formerly Independent Life Building (1974), designed by KBJ Architects.
Miami Beach: Apogee (2007), designed by Sieger Suarez Architectural Partnership.