25 posts tagged architecture
The gargoyles of Notre Dame in Paris are sick of all this cold weather.
Grand Villa on Flickr.
A swimming pool reflects the grand architecture of a villa in Tourettes - an artisan’s village situated near Grasse. It features medieval and Romanesque buildings.
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What is the name of this modern structure in Paris?
Paris de Opera
Which city is this intricately created and remarkable building in?
The Illusion of a Bridge over the Seine River in Paris
This bridge designed by the architecture firm bureau faceB has the illusion that it is wobbly and unsafe, but it is quite the opposite. It is constructed from steel cables and has the option of two ways to cross, with a series of narrow sides paralleling the cables. Creative right? Check it out :-)
Flatiron building at dawn [x]
The Louvre Museum in Paris, France, is even more beautiful at night, when surrounding lights illuminate the museum’s awe-inspiring architecture.
The Metropolitan Museum is one of the most historical and popular attractions in New York city. It echoes a Neoclassical architecture and it has been around for centuries. It is a great place to discover the history of ancient cultures!
Looking right up the Eiffel Tower…
Victorian buildings in London England!
Have you visited the Louvre museum before? What a sight!
The New York Times building is a very popular skyscraper in Midtown Manhattan. It houses the famous New York Times Company and the popular Boston Globe. Its steel framed structure echoes a Renzo Piano architecture and in the summer of 2008 three individuals decided to climb the side of the building!
The Empire State Building is one of New York City’s most iconic buildings. This building derives from an Art Deco architecture and it is 102 stories high. What is your favorite skyscraper in New York City?