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Sunshine Skyway Bridge

76. Sunshine Skyway Bridge #105architecturalinspirations

76. Sunshine Skyway Bridge #105architecturalinspirations

Sunshine Skyway Bridge

The Bob Graham Sunshine Skyway Bridge spans 21,877′ or approximately 4.1 miles over Tampa Bay, Florida. The cable-stayed main span was dedicated in 1987 costing 244 million. The steel and concrete structure uses the structural form to create beauty. Designed by engineering firm, Figg and Muller Engineering Group, this structure creates a beautiful experience while driving under the supports. The idea of using structural members to create beauty is common with bridges. The movement created while driving under the cables gave an almost poetic experience.

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#105architecturalinspirations is a collection of architectural details, buildings, and spaces that inspire me. Full List of previous #105architecturalinspiration posts 1 – 20. First 20 architectural inspirations here21. Michael Graves 22. St. Augustine 23. Guggenheim Museum24. Ocho House25.Bjarke Ingels 26. WG Clark 27. John F. Kennedy Space Center 28.Akademie Mont-Cenis 29. Sustainability Treehouse 30. Porch Rail 31.Martin Lurther King Jr. Memorial 32. Warehouse Renvoation33.Architectural Salvage Warehouse 34. Thorncrown Chapel 35.Gabion Wall 36.Rectorat de Guyane Library  37. North Bay House 38.Old Ranch Road Barn 39.Eagle Rock Residence 40.Pratt Street Power Plant 41.United Therapeutics Field House 42. Porch House 43. Headwaters 44.Ben’s Barn 45. Kevin Mundy Memorial Bridge 46.  Thrupp + Summers House 47.Madrona Residence 48. Pixel Building 49.National Constitution Center 50.Falling Water 51. Wainwright Building 52. Merle’s Drive-In53. Green Office Building 54. Edgeland House 55.Kansas City Public Library  56.Villa Savoye 57.Fenway Park Farm 58. Bryan Innovation Lab 59. Dog Trot House 60. Recoversao de um Palheiro em Cortegaca 61. The Medium 62. Peaks View Residence 63. House in a Warehouse  64. Charleston City Market 65. Happy Valley Middle – Elementary School 66. Moon Dazzler 67. Tidal Lagoon Swansea Bay68. 3D Printed House 69. Gateway Arch 70. CityGarden 71. Casa Batlló 72. Wild Turkey Bourbon Visitors Center 73. Colorado Ranch 74. Eiffel Tower 75. UT Art and Architecture Building

University of Tennessee School of Architecture

75. UT Art and Architecture Building #105architecturalinspirations

75. UT Art and Architecture Building #105architecturalinspirations

University of Tennessee School of Architecture   University of Tennessee School of Architecture

Designed by Douglas McCarty the Art and Architecture Building at the University of Tennessee in Knoxville, TN was designed to reduce energy consumption and enhance the quality of the interior environment. The building features a four-story open central court. The building highlights the pedestrian circulation experience to encourage interaction and to create community. The open studio spaces brings light deep into the building and connects study space with community space. The professor’s office spaces are extended into the central court space. The exposed concrete and steel offers a pure structural form. The HVAC ducts are painted vibrant colors to bring movement and life to the building. I spent many hours in this building while in graduate school.

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#105architecturalinspirations is a collection of architectural details, buildings, and spaces that inspire me. I am taking on the challenge of finding two projects to spotlight each week in 2015. Hopefully I will be able to keep up and this process of discovery will push me to create better design solutions for my clients as I research and learn more about those projects I enjoy most. I challenge you to add your comments below about this project and to post your own inspirations for all to enjoy.  Full List of previous #105architecturalinspiration posts 1 – 20. First 20 architectural inspirations here21. Michael Graves 22. St. Augustine 23. Guggenheim Museum24. Ocho House25.Bjarke Ingels 26. WG Clark 27. John F. Kennedy Space Center 28.Akademie Mont-Cenis 29. Sustainability Treehouse 30. Porch Rail 31.Martin Lurther King Jr. Memorial 32. Warehouse Renvoation33.Architectural Salvage Warehouse 34. Thorncrown Chapel 35.Gabion Wall 36.Rectorat de Guyane Library  37. North Bay House 38.Old Ranch Road Barn 39.Eagle Rock Residence 40.Pratt Street Power Plant 41.United Therapeutics Field House 42. Porch House 43. Headwaters 44.Ben’s Barn 45. Kevin Mundy Memorial Bridge 46.  Thrupp + Summers House 47.Madrona Residence 48. Pixel Building 49.National Constitution Center 50.Falling Water 51. Wainwright Building 52. Merle’s Drive-In53. Green Office Building 54. Edgeland House 55.Kansas City Public Library  56.Villa Savoye 57.Fenway Park Farm 58. Bryan Innovation Lab 59. Dog Trot House 60. Recoversao de um Palheiro em Cortegaca 61. The Medium 62. Peaks View Residence 63. House in a Warehouse  64. Charleston City Market 65. Happy Valley Middle – Elementary School 66. Moon Dazzler 67. Tidal Lagoon Swansea Bay68. 3D Printed House 69. Gateway Arch 70. CityGarden 71. Casa Batlló 72. Wild Turkey Bourbon Visitors Center 73. Colorado Ranch 74. Eiffel Tower

Eiffel Tower

74. Eiffel Tower #105architecturalinspirations

74. Eiffel Tower #105architecturalinspirations

The Eiffel Tower, named after engineer Gustave Eiffel, was erected in 1889. This iron lattice tower was built as the entrance to the 1889 World’s Fair. As one of the most recognizable symbols in the world, the structure was criticized initially by leading artists and intellectuals for its design. Gustave Eiffel responded to the critics by saying “my tower will be the tallest edifice ever erected by man. Will it not also be grandiose in its way? And why would something admirable in Egypt become hideous and ridiculous in Paris?” The Eiffel Tower is the tallest structure and most visited in all of France.

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With three levels for visitors, the Eiffel Tower stands at 1,063′. There are restaurants on the first and second level. The top level is 906′ above the ground.

#105architecturalinspirations is a collection of architectural details, buildings, and spaces that inspire me. I am taking on the challenge of finding two projects to spotlight each week in 2015. Hopefully I will be able to keep up and this process of discovery will push me to create better design solutions for my clients as I research and learn more about those projects I enjoy most. I challenge you to add your comments below about this project and to post your own inspirations for all to enjoy.  Full List of previous #105architecturalinspiration posts 1 – 20. First 20 architectural inspirations here21. Michael Graves 22. St. Augustine 23. Guggenheim Museum24. Ocho House25.Bjarke Ingels 26. WG Clark 27. John F. Kennedy Space Center 28.Akademie Mont-Cenis 29. Sustainability Treehouse 30. Porch Rail 31.Martin Lurther King Jr. Memorial 32. Warehouse Renvoation33.Architectural Salvage Warehouse 34. Thorncrown Chapel 35.Gabion Wall 36.Rectorat de Guyane Library  37. North Bay House 38.Old Ranch Road Barn 39.Eagle Rock Residence 40.Pratt Street Power Plant 41.United Therapeutics Field House 42. Porch House 43. Headwaters 44.Ben’s Barn 45. Kevin Mundy Memorial Bridge 46.  Thrupp + Summers House 47.Madrona Residence 48. Pixel Building 49.National Constitution Center 50.Falling Water 51. Wainwright Building 52. Merle’s Drive-In53. Green Office Building 54. Edgeland House 55.Kansas City Public Library  56.Villa Savoye 57.Fenway Park Farm 58. Bryan Innovation Lab 59. Dog Trot House 60. Recoversao de um Palheiro em Cortegaca 61. The Medium 62. Peaks View Residence 63. House in a Warehouse  64. Charleston City Market 65. Happy Valley Middle – Elementary School 66. Moon Dazzler 67. Tidal Lagoon Swansea Bay68. 3D Printed House 69. Gateway Arch 70. CityGarden 71. Casa Batlló 72. Wild Turkey Bourbon Visitors Center 73. Colorado Ranch

Colorado Ranch

73. Colorado Ranch #105architecturalinspirations

73. Colorado Ranch #105architecturalinspirations

Turnbull Griffin Haesloop has designed a beautiful Colorado Ranch that is energy-efficient and aesthetically beautiful. Sitting on a property with views of Steamboat Springs this home has a warm inviting appeal. The use of a large outdoor space anchored with a stone fireplace connects the living spaces to the site. The glass walls capture the views and the natural materials make it regionally appropriate. I would love to sit on this patio and watch a storm roll in – this house is very nice.

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#105architecturalinspirations is a collection of architectural details, buildings, and spaces that inspire me. I am taking on the challenge of finding two projects to spotlight each week in 2015. Hopefully I will be able to keep up and this process of discovery will push me to create better design solutions for my clients as I research and learn more about those projects I enjoy most. I challenge you to add your comments below about this project and to post your own inspirations for all to enjoy.  Full List of previous #105architecturalinspiration posts 1 – 20. First 20 architectural inspirations here21. Michael Graves 22. St. Augustine 23. Guggenheim Museum24. Ocho House25.Bjarke Ingels 26. WG Clark 27. John F. Kennedy Space Center 28.Akademie Mont-Cenis 29. Sustainability Treehouse 30. Porch Rail 31.Martin Lurther King Jr. Memorial 32. Warehouse Renvoation33.Architectural Salvage Warehouse 34. Thorncrown Chapel 35.Gabion Wall 36.Rectorat de Guyane Library  37. North Bay House 38.Old Ranch Road Barn 39.Eagle Rock Residence 40.Pratt Street Power Plant 41.United Therapeutics Field House 42. Porch House 43. Headwaters 44.Ben’s Barn 45. Kevin Mundy Memorial Bridge 46.  Thrupp + Summers House 47.Madrona Residence 48. Pixel Building 49.National Constitution Center 50.Falling Water 51. Wainwright Building 52. Merle’s Drive-In53. Green Office Building 54. Edgeland House 55.Kansas City Public Library  56.Villa Savoye 57.Fenway Park Farm 58. Bryan Innovation Lab 59. Dog Trot House 60. Recoversao de um Palheiro em Cortegaca 61. The Medium 62. Peaks View Residence 63. House in a Warehouse  64. Charleston City Market 65. Happy Valley Middle – Elementary School 66. Moon Dazzler 67. Tidal Lagoon Swansea Bay68. 3D Printed House 69. Gateway Arch 70. CityGarden 71. Casa Batlló 72. Wild Turkey Bourbon Visitors Center

WILD TURKEY BOURBON VISITOR CENTER

72. Wild Turkey Bourbon Visitor Center #105architecturalinspirations

72. Wild Turkey Bourbon Visitor Center #105architecturalinspirations

WILD TURKEY BOURBON VISITOR CENTER

This Kentucky classic – Wild Turkey Bourbon Visitor Center – frames incredible views using a classic structure in the 9,140 sf facility. Designed by De Leon and Primmer architectural workshop, the facility is located on a bluff overlooking the Kentucky River along the Kentucky Bourbon Trail. It features interactive exhibits, gift shop, event venues, tasting room, and administrative offices.

WILD TURKEY BOURBON VISITOR CENTER

With a simple silhouette the Wild Turkey Bourbon Visitor Center remembers the traditional Kentucky tobacco barn that is common in that area. The facility is clad in wood plank siding  taking on intricate patterns playing with both scale and solid / void.  The exposed structure creates light filtering layers changing as the sun moves.

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#105architecturalinspirations is a collection of architectural details, buildings, and spaces that inspire me. I am taking on the challenge of finding two projects to spotlight each week in 2015. Hopefully I will be able to keep up and this process of discovery will push me to create better design solutions for my clients as I research and learn more about those projects I enjoy most. I challenge you to add your comments below about this project and to post your own inspirations for all to enjoy.  Full List of previous #105architecturalinspiration posts 1 – 20. First 20 architectural inspirations here21. Michael Graves 22. St. Augustine 23. Guggenheim Museum24. Ocho House25.Bjarke Ingels 26. WG Clark 27. John F. Kennedy Space Center 28.Akademie Mont-Cenis 29. Sustainability Treehouse 30. Porch Rail 31.Martin Lurther King Jr. Memorial 32. Warehouse Renvoation33.Architectural Salvage Warehouse 34. Thorncrown Chapel 35.Gabion Wall 36.Rectorat de Guyane Library  37. North Bay House 38.Old Ranch Road Barn 39.Eagle Rock Residence 40.Pratt Street Power Plant 41.United Therapeutics Field House 42. Porch House 43. Headwaters 44.Ben’s Barn 45. Kevin Mundy Memorial Bridge 46.  Thrupp + Summers House 47.Madrona Residence 48. Pixel Building 49.National Constitution Center 50.Falling Water 51. Wainwright Building 52. Merle’s Drive-In53. Green Office Building 54. Edgeland House 55.Kansas City Public Library  56.Villa Savoye 57.Fenway Park Farm 58. Bryan Innovation Lab 59. Dog Trot House 60. Recoversao de um Palheiro em Cortegaca 61. The Medium 62. Peaks View Residence 63. House in a Warehouse  64. Charleston City Market 65. Happy Valley Middle – Elementary School 66. Moon Dazzler 67. Tidal Lagoon Swansea Bay68. 3D Printed House 69. Gateway Arch 70. CityGarden 71. Casa Batlló

Casa Batlló

71. Casa Batlló #105architecturalinspirations

71. Casa Batlló #105architecturalinspirations 

Casa Batlló is a masterpiece created by Antoni Gaudi in Barcelona. Built in 1904-1906, this structure has fascinating details. There does not appear to be any straight lines in the entire project. The facade of the structure is covered in mosaic tiles bringing life and color to the structure.

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#105architecturalinspirations is a collection of architectural details, buildings, and spaces that inspire me. I am taking on the challenge of finding two projects to spotlight each week in 2015. Hopefully I will be able to keep up and this process of discovery will push me to create better design solutions for my clients as I research and learn more about those projects I enjoy most. I challenge you to add your comments below about this project and to post your own inspirations for all to enjoy.  Full List of previous #105architecturalinspiration posts 1 – 20. First 20 architectural inspirations here21. Michael Graves 22. St. Augustine 23. Guggenheim Museum24. Ocho House25.Bjarke Ingels 26. WG Clark 27. John F. Kennedy Space Center 28.Akademie Mont-Cenis 29. Sustainability Treehouse 30. Porch Rail 31.Martin Lurther King Jr. Memorial 32. Warehouse Renvoation33.Architectural Salvage Warehouse 34. Thorncrown Chapel 35.Gabion Wall 36.Rectorat de Guyane Library  37. North Bay House 38.Old Ranch Road Barn 39.Eagle Rock Residence 40.Pratt Street Power Plant 41.United Therapeutics Field House 42. Porch House 43. Headwaters 44.Ben’s Barn 45. Kevin Mundy Memorial Bridge 46.  Thrupp + Summers House 47.Madrona Residence 48. Pixel Building 49.National Constitution Center 50.Falling Water 51. Wainwright Building 52. Merle’s Drive-In53. Green Office Building 54. Edgeland House 55.Kansas City Public Library  56.Villa Savoye 57.Fenway Park Farm 58. Bryan Innovation Lab 59. Dog Trot House 60. Recoversao de um Palheiro em Cortegaca 61. The Medium 62. Peaks View Residence 63. House in a Warehouse  64. Charleston City Market 65. Happy Valley Middle – Elementary School 66. Moon Dazzler 67. Tidal Lagoon Swansea Bay 68. 3D Printed House 69. Gateway Arch 70. CityGarden

St Louis Citygarden

70. Citygarden #105architecturalinspirations

70. Citygarden #105architecturalinspirations 

St Louis Citygarden

Citygarden is an urban park and sculpture garden in St. Louis, Missouri owned and maintained by the city. This 2.9 acre green space in the heart of the city features sculptures and water gardens. Our friends at Nelson Byrd Woltz Landscape Architects in Charlottesville did the design work.

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The park is open to the public with no gates. The park includes six rain gardens, 102-fountain spray plaza, 180′ long pool, and a 6′ waterfall. There is seating for visitors, a 16′ tall LED video screen, and many sculptures.

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#105architecturalinspirations is a collection of architectural details, buildings, and spaces that inspire me. I am taking on the challenge of finding two projects to spotlight each week in 2015. Hopefully I will be able to keep up and this process of discovery will push me to create better design solutions for my clients as I research and learn more about those projects I enjoy most. I challenge you to add your comments below about this project and to post your own inspirations for all to enjoy.  Full List of previous #105architecturalinspiration posts 1 – 20. First 20 architectural inspirations here21. Michael Graves 22. St. Augustine 23. Guggenheim Museum24. Ocho House25.Bjarke Ingels 26. WG Clark 27. John F. Kennedy Space Center 28.Akademie Mont-Cenis 29. Sustainability Treehouse 30. Porch Rail 31.Martin Lurther King Jr. Memorial 32. Warehouse Renvoation33.Architectural Salvage Warehouse 34. Thorncrown Chapel 35.Gabion Wall 36.Rectorat de Guyane Library  37. North Bay House 38.Old Ranch Road Barn 39.Eagle Rock Residence 40.Pratt Street Power Plant 41.United Therapeutics Field House 42. Porch House 43. Headwaters 44.Ben’s Barn 45. Kevin Mundy Memorial Bridge 46.  Thrupp + Summers House 47.Madrona Residence 48. Pixel Building 49.National Constitution Center 50.Falling Water 51. Wainwright Building 52. Merle’s Drive-In53. Green Office Building 54. Edgeland House 55.Kansas City Public Library  56.Villa Savoye 57.Fenway Park Farm 58. Bryan Innovation Lab 59. Dog Trot House 60. Recoversao de um Palheiro em Cortegaca 61. The Medium 62. Peaks View Residence 63. House in a Warehouse  64. Charleston City Market 65. Happy Valley Middle – Elementary School 66. Moon Dazzler 67. Tidal Lagoon Swansea Bay 68. 3D Printed House 69. Gateway Arch

Gateway Arch

69. Gateway Arch #105architecturalinspirations

69. Gateway Arch #105architecturalinspirations

The Gateway Arch is a 630-foot monument in St. Louis, Missouri. The structure is clad in stainless steel and built-in the form of an inverted, weighted catenary arch. This is the world’s tallest arch in the Western Hemisphere. This monument to westward expansion is the centerpiece of the Jefferson National Expansion Memorial. The arch is intended to represent “the pioneer spirit of the men and women who won the west, and those of a latter day to strive on other frontiers.”

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#105architecturalinspirations is a collection of architectural details, buildings, and spaces that inspire me. I am taking on the challenge of finding two projects to spotlight each week in 2015. Hopefully I will be able to keep up and this process of discovery will push me to create better design solutions for my clients as I research and learn more about those projects I enjoy most. I challenge you to add your comments below about this project and to post your own inspirations for all to enjoy.  Full List of previous #105architecturalinspiration posts 1 – 20. First 20 architectural inspirations here21. Michael Graves 22. St. Augustine 23. Guggenheim Museum24. Ocho House25.Bjarke Ingels 26. WG Clark 27. John F. Kennedy Space Center 28.Akademie Mont-Cenis 29. Sustainability Treehouse 30. Porch Rail 31.Martin Lurther King Jr. Memorial 32. Warehouse Renvoation33.Architectural Salvage Warehouse 34. Thorncrown Chapel 35.Gabion Wall 36.Rectorat de Guyane Library  37. North Bay House 38.Old Ranch Road Barn 39.Eagle Rock Residence 40.Pratt Street Power Plant 41.United Therapeutics Field House 42. Porch House 43. Headwaters 44.Ben’s Barn 45. Kevin Mundy Memorial Bridge 46.  Thrupp + Summers House 47.Madrona Residence 48. Pixel Building 49.National Constitution Center 50.Falling Water 51. Wainwright Building 52. Merle’s Drive-In53. Green Office Building 54. Edgeland House 55.Kansas City Public Library  56.Villa Savoye 57.Fenway Park Farm 58. Bryan Innovation Lab 59. Dog Trot House 60. Recoversao de um Palheiro em Cortegaca 61. The Medium 62. Peaks View Residence 63. House in a Warehouse  64. Charleston City Market 65. Happy Valley Middle – Elementary School 66. Moon Dazzler 67. Tidal Lagoon Swansea Bay 68. 3D Printed House

3D Printed House

68. 3D Printed House #105architecturalinspirations

68. 3D Printed House #105architecturalinspirations

3D Printed House

The 3D printed house the first made the news in China cost $5,000. This affordable and durable way of making structures is going to change our industry. Mainstream low cost printers only create using plastic. This new approach using concrete is the future of the industry. Students at MIT have figured out how to print glass. Soon, affordable printers will be able to create diverse, aesthetically pleasing structures, that provide affordable and dignified options for buildings.

3D Printed House

There is no limit to what is possible if you look at this castle created with a 3D printer. As this technology continues to advance (you can today print a measuring cup with your under counter mounted 3D printer) the way we approach construction is changing.

#105architecturalinspirations is a collection of architectural details, buildings, and spaces that inspire me. I am taking on the challenge of finding two projects to spotlight each week in 2015. Hopefully I will be able to keep up and this process of discovery will push me to create better design solutions for my clients as I research and learn more about those projects I enjoy most. I challenge you to add your comments below about this project and to post your own inspirations for all to enjoy.  Full List of previous #105architecturalinspiration posts 1 – 20. First 20 architectural inspirations here21. Michael Graves 22. St. Augustine 23. Guggenheim Museum24. Ocho House25.Bjarke Ingels 26. WG Clark 27. John F. Kennedy Space Center 28.Akademie Mont-Cenis 29. Sustainability Treehouse 30. Porch Rail 31.Martin Lurther King Jr. Memorial 32. Warehouse Renvoation33.Architectural Salvage Warehouse 34. Thorncrown Chapel 35.Gabion Wall 36.Rectorat de Guyane Library  37. North Bay House 38.Old Ranch Road Barn 39.Eagle Rock Residence 40.Pratt Street Power Plant 41.United Therapeutics Field House 42. Porch House 43. Headwaters 44.Ben’s Barn 45. Kevin Mundy Memorial Bridge 46.  Thrupp + Summers House 47.Madrona Residence 48. Pixel Building 49.National Constitution Center 50.Falling Water 51. Wainwright Building 52. Merle’s Drive-In53. Green Office Building 54. Edgeland House 55.Kansas City Public Library  56.Villa Savoye 57.Fenway Park Farm 58. Bryan Innovation Lab 59. Dog Trot House 60. Recoversao de um Palheiro em Cortegaca 61. The Medium 62. Peaks View Residence 63. House in a Warehouse  64. Charleston City Market 65. Happy Valley Middle – Elementary School 66. Moon Dazzler 67. Tidal Lagoon Swansea Bay

Swansea bay

67. Tidal Lagoon Swansea Bay #105architecturalinspirations

67. Tidal Lagoon Swansea Bay #105architecturalinspirations

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The Tidal Lagoon Swansea Bay project is incredible to say the least. Their vision is to pioneer a large-scale source of indigenous, low-carbon electricity that is both affordable and sustainable long-term. This project takes the idea of a power plant and makes it a place that provides a biodiverse, aesthetically pleasing, gathering space for people that produces clean energy.

This will be the first man-made energy generating lagoon that uses tidal changes to power over 155,000 homes for 120 years. The turbines are powered by moving water. The overlay of a sports, recreation, education, arts, and cultural district makes this the best solution for a power plant I have ever seen.

#105architecturalinspirations is a collection of architectural details, buildings, and spaces that inspire me. I am taking on the challenge of finding two projects to spotlight each week in 2015. Hopefully I will be able to keep up and this process of discovery will push me to create better design solutions for my clients as I research and learn more about those projects I enjoy most. I challenge you to add your comments below about this project and to post your own inspirations for all to enjoy.  Full List of previous #105architecturalinspiration posts 1 – 20. First 20 architectural inspirations here21. Michael Graves 22. St. Augustine 23. Guggenheim Museum24. Ocho House25.Bjarke Ingels 26. WG Clark 27. John F. Kennedy Space Center 28.Akademie Mont-Cenis 29. Sustainability Treehouse 30. Porch Rail 31.Martin Lurther King Jr. Memorial 32. Warehouse Renvoation33.Architectural Salvage Warehouse 34. Thorncrown Chapel 35.Gabion Wall 36.Rectorat de Guyane Library  37. North Bay House 38.Old Ranch Road Barn 39.Eagle Rock Residence 40.Pratt Street Power Plant 41.United Therapeutics Field House 42. Porch House 43. Headwaters 44.Ben’s Barn 45. Kevin Mundy Memorial Bridge 46.  Thrupp + Summers House 47.Madrona Residence 48. Pixel Building 49.National Constitution Center 50.Falling Water 51. Wainwright Building 52. Merle’s Drive-In53. Green Office Building 54. Edgeland House 55.Kansas City Public Library  56.Villa Savoye 57.Fenway Park Farm 58. Bryan Innovation Lab 59. Dog Trot House 60. Recoversao de um Palheiro em Cortegaca 61. The Medium 62. Peaks View Residence 63. House in a Warehouse  64. Charleston City Market 65. Happy Valley Middle – Elementary School 66. Moon Dazzler