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Icon Twins in Chicago

San Francisco's iconic architecture

San Francisco's iconic architecture

T2: wonderful, but there's also something unsettling about this. Hubris, maybe. It make me worry about the fate of the culture.

Chicago’s City Hall. Mayor Richard Daley has made Chicago North America’s leading “green roofs” city. Photo by Diane Cook and Len Jenshel published in National Geographic Magazine, May

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Designed by Pierre Chareau and Bernard Bijvoet, the Maison de Verre translated as “House of Glass,” is a milestone in early modern architectural design. In which I'm profoundly in love.

Willis Tower:    The Willis Tower was formerly known as the Sears Tower. It is a 108 story skyscraper with a height of 1,451 feet. It’s the tallest building in the USA and the 7th in the entire world. It’s considered one of the most visited tourist attractions in Chicago with about a million people visit the Skydeck Observatory annually.

Willis Tower - Formally known as the Sears Tower, Willis Tower is the tallest building in the western hemisphere. Dare to step out on the "Ledge" on the building's Skydeck.

Van Nelle Fabriek in Rotterdam

Van Nelle Fabriek in Rotterdam

Modernism, Netherlands, Dutch, Industrial, Exterior, Arquitetura, Dutch Netherlands, The Netherlands, Dutch Language

Space72: Liege Station

Space72: Liege Station

Pierre Chareau - La Maison De Verre La Maison de Verre by Pierre Chareau, Bernard Bijvoet and Louis Dalbet, on rue Sainte-Guillaume in Paris, built between 1928 and ’32, is incomparable in its modernity.

New Study Proves Beautiful Buildings Are Greener Buildings