The George Peabody Library at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Maryland. Completed in 1878, the library was designed by Baltimore architect Edmund G. Lind to be a "cathedral of books." The neo-Grec interior features an atrium that, over a black and white marble floor, soars 61 feet to a latticed skylight surrounded by five tiers of ornamental cast-iron balconies and gold-scalloped columns. In 2002-2004, the library underwent a U$S1 million renovation.
The Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Maryland. Such a beautiful campus. Being a child of the desert, seeing so much green took my breath away. Oh and I had never seen so much marble on a school campus in my life!
A new study from The Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, lead by Dr. Madhav Goyal, suggests that there is moderate evidence to support using mindfulness meditation in treatments for anxiety, depression, and pain.