Gropius created innovative designs that borrowed materials and methods of construction from modern technology. This advocacy of industrialized building carried with it a belief in team work and an acceptance of standardization and prefabrication. Using technology as a basis, he transformed building into a science of precise mathematical calculations. 
- Bauhaus, at Dessau, Germany, 1919 to 1925.
- Fagus Works, at Alfeld an der Leine, Germany, 1911 to 1913.
- Village College, Impington, Cambridge, England, 1936.
- Gropius House, at Lincoln, Massachusetts, 1937.
- Harvard Graduate Center, at Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1950.
- University of Baghdad, Baghdad, Iraq, 1957–1960.
- Pan Am Building, New York, 1958–1963.
- Embassy of the United States, Athens, Greece, 1959–1961.
- Tower East Shaker Heights, Ohio, 1967– 1969.
- Walter Gropius Great Buildings Online.