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10 Architecturally Wondrous Staircases

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The Doors Of Perception by Ricardo Bevilaqua, via Flickr

Disney Princesses Redesigned With Historically Accurate Outfits…

Disney Princesses Redesigned With Historically Accurate Outfits…

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Join buildyful.com - the global place for architecture students.~~The Apprentice Pillar inside Rosslyn Chapel, Scotland

The most intact example of Elizabethan half-timbering left in central London is the façade of the Staple Inn, it dates from 1545. The building barely escaped the Great Fire of London of 1666 due to a contemporary form of fire-protective plastering which was applied to its front façade at the time. The site was originally a wool market during the 13th century and its name derives from the term Staple a duty on wool introduced in 1275 B. Lowe

BRILLIANT LONDON | London’s Historic Buildings

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Da Vinci Staircase, LaRochefoucauld, France ♥ ... www.interestingbu...

Paris, France

Giverny, France//

goat castle//

"The staircase was formed from a series of tree branch inspired threads that hang from above and merge into [a] unique handrail." It would take a master craftsman to create a fancy staircase equal to that of art such as this one of a kind beautiful stairway. Great for a Tree House

Real Tudor English Country House, dating back to the 12th century. Haddon Hall, Derbyshire

Very unique door design.

Thistle Chapel, St. Giles Cathedral, Edinburgh, Scotland

Virtually unchanged in design for many hundreds of years, staddle stones were originally used to raise barns and granaries off the ground. This kept produce above the dampness, and kept mice and other vermin away, as they couldn't climb past the staddle stone caps. In Middle English staddle, or stadle, is stathel, from Old English stathol, a foundation, support or trunk of a tree.

Dale Chihuly, glass sculpture. Lobby of The Atlantis, Dubai.

Scissors Arches, Somerset, England photo by Matt Wiebe

Sagrada Familia, Barcelona, Spain

Doorway in Barcelona

When the owners of this house began tearing away the siding & an addition that had been built 150 years ago, they discovered this treasure underneath. It is believed to be the original Rocky Station Fort House built appx.1775 by Isaac Chrisman. The logs are hand-hewn & held together by round pegs. Clay mud was used for the chinking. The fireplace was built of rocks from a quarry on the farm & there is a hand-dug basement. The house was used as a hospital during the Civil War. Lee County, VA.

Audrey Hepburn and Hubert de Givenchy on the set of Funny Face

The Cloisters, Gloucester, England

Petra, Jordan

the dragon building. wat samphran, thailand

La Sagrada Familia in Barcelona is a Roman Catholic basilica by architect Antoni Gaudi. (Image: Wolfgang Staudt)

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