• 24/05/17

    Discover Bath, England, the Original Spa Town

    Architect John Wood the Younger designed the Royal Crescent, which was built between 1767 and 1774; it was a very modern way of creating harmony with the design of a consistent sweeping façade that then let individuals create their own designs with the architect of their choice.

  • 24/05/17

    Arne Jacobsen and Erik Møller’s Modernist City Hall in Aarhus, Denmark

    In 1937 the city of Aarhus, Denmark, declared a proposal by Arne Jacobsen and Erik Møller the winner of a competition to design its new city hall. .

  • 24/05/17

    Explore Alvar Aalto’s Brilliant Finlandia Hall

    Finnish architect Alvar Aalto created buildings that even in the darkest days of Scandinavian winter managed to celebrate light and nature and instill a sense of joy. A perfect example is his Finlandia Hall, a conference and event space located in the center of Helsinki

  • 24/05/17

    Tour Louis Kahn's Magnicifcent Salk Institute in La Jolla California

    Overlooking the Pacific Ocean, Louis Kahn's 1965 masterwork integrates architecture, landscape, and science.

  • 24/05/17

    Michelangelo’s Laurentian Library in Florence

    Though small in size compared to other landmarks, the Laurentian Library in Florence represents a singular achievement by the artist and architect and a pivotal moment in building aesthetics. Constructed in the 1500s, the library comprises a reading room and vestibule built atop an existing structure at the church of San Lorenzo.

  • 24/05/17

    Tour Frank Lloyd Wright’s Hollyhock House

    A four-year renovation has restored Frank Lloyd Wright’s Hollyhock House to its original splendor.

  • 24/05/17

    Art and Architecture Meet at Dia Beacon

    The museum’s collection includes work by Louise Bourgeois, John Chamberlain, Dan Flavin, Michael Heizer, Donald Judd, Richard Serra, and many others set masterfully against the backdrop of the building and in intelligent relation to one another.