Currently there is an exhibit of the work of Ezra Stoller at the Yossi Milo Gallery in New York City.
Stoller (1915-2004) was a pioneer of modern American architectural photography. He photographed for such famous architects as Frank Lloyd Wright and Erro Sarrienen.
I love how the inside merges with the outside in this twilight photo. I also love how this photograph breaks some of the "rules" of quality architectural photography. There is a dead tree, a parked car and melting puddles of snow, which are all elements that shouldn't be in a "perfect" photo. These elements provide context and also make the image more real.
Stoller's career aligned with the ascendancy of modernism in architecture. Grand and simple forms predominate in his tonally beautiful black & white work.
You can read more in this NY Times article.