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Westminster Abbey Oct 7
In the Abbey there's a grave to William Dickinson, architect of Westminster Abbey under Sir Christopher Wren. It reads: ⛪️ 'Here lies William Dickinson, architect. What sort of architect! Look upwards.' This is the view the grave is referring to.
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AIA National Oct 7
The best contemporary , regardless of budget, size, style, or type:
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NYC Parks Oct 7
Happy ! This month, we’re beginning work to stabilize the iconic New York State Pavilion in Flushing Meadows Corona Park. Orginally built for the 1964-65 World’s Fair, the structure was again made famous for its 'flying saucers' in the 1997 film Men in Black.
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The University of Edinburgh Oct 7
Happy ! Did you know you can browse hundreds of drawings from architects like William Henry Playfair and Robert Rowand Anderson in the free Image Collection? View it here >>
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kotersey Oct 7
Because of , here are some photos of my favourite building in the entire world - the Palace of Culture and Science in Warsaw.
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Silver Age Television 📺 Oct 7
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Smithsonian Magazine Oct 7
Designing floating buildings with an eye to the marine species living underneath.
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St Paul's Cathedral Oct 7
Happy ! We couldn't possibly choose one photo - so here are all of our faves😉
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🕯️🌲York Minster🌲🕯️ Oct 7
If you had to name your favourite piece of architecture for - which part of York Minster would it be?
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Royal Opera House Oct 7
🎭 Did you know our current building is the 3rd theatre built on this site? Two previous theatres were destroyed by fire The current theatre was designed by Edward Middleton Barry in 1858. This fireproof building was built in a regular classical design 🌟
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Smithsonian Magazine Oct 7
Volunteers in southwest Germany used ninth-century techniques to construct the medieval monastery.
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Historic Environment Scotland Oct 7
Starting tomorrow, step back in time at this pop up exhibition at which explores the work of groundbreaking Scottish architects Wheeler and Sproson. 📅 Tuesday 8 - Sunday 13 October
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Smithsonian Magazine Oct 7
What if wood could be made transparent?
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National Theatre Bookshop Oct 7
Proving beauty comes in all shapes and sizes on . you stunner 😘
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London Transport Museum Oct 7
When it opened in 1906, Piccadilly Circus bore all the hallmarks of a Leslie Green station. Redesigned by Charles Holden in the 1920s, this Grade II listed building is one of the finest examples of subterranean architecture in London.
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Network Rail Oct 1
🏆 We're proud of our award-winning architecture, such as the transformed London Bridge station. 🚉 Here's how a new panel of architects, engineers and urban planners will lead to better design across the railway: ➡️
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World Architecture Oct 7
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Steffani Wyn Davies Oct 7
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Salisbury Cathedral Oct 7
Here's to the remarkable ambition and vision of the people who built our medieval masterpiece nearly 800 years ago. 👏
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City of New York Oct 7
It's ! What's your favorite architectural feat in New York City?
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