There are a lot of great buildings in our state, but if you want to see New Jersey's most iconic building, you don't have to go far. One publication says it's right here in Monmouth County. Which one is it?

When you think of iconic buildings in the Garden State, many come to mind like the state capitol building in Trenton, Drumthwacket (the governor's mansion) in Princeton and even Asbury Park's Convention Hall. But none of those were the one that topped the list.

According to Architectural Digest, the most iconic building in New Jersey is Bell Works in Holmdel. The main mirrored building on the huge campus was designed by Eero Saarinen, according to the article, and the renovation is being handled by Alexander Gorlin Architects.

There's no doubt if you've seen that incredibly unique building, you'll never forget it. But it still surprised me a little bit that it topped the list for the Garden State, but I'm certainly no architect.

Let us know which building in New Jersey comes to mind when you think of iconic buildings.

If you want to check out the most iconic building in every state in the country, you can at the Architectural Digest website.

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