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7 Inspirational Quotes From Famous Architects

The beauty of design surrounds us wherever we go. From the emotion that overcomes you when entering a building to walking through a city .

Had the worst jury ever? Failed your exams? Worry not! Before you fall on your bed and cry yourself to sleep—after posting a cute, frantic-looking...

9 Incredibly Famous Architects Who Didn't Possess an Architecture Degree

Had the worst jury ever? Failed your exams? Worry not! Before you fall on your bed and cry yourself to sleep—after posting a cute, frantic-looking...

Image 5 of 17 from gallery of 17 Napkin Sketches by Famous Architects…

Gallery of 17 Napkin Sketches by Famous Architects - 5

17 Napkin Sketches by Famous Architects,Massimiliano Fuksas. Image Courtesy of NewSchool and AIAS San Diego

"Archiportrait" by Federico Babina: Norman Foster

"Archiportrait" by Federico Babina

Image 5 of 33 from gallery of The Latest Illustration from Federico Babina: ARCHIPORTRAIT. Image Courtesy of Federico Babina

7 Inspirational Quotes From Famous Architects

7 Inspirational Quotes From Famous Architects

7 Inspirational Quotes From Famous Architects

7 Inspirational Quotes From Famous Architects

Famous Architects - Norman Foster - Expo MRT Station Singapore #architecture ☮k☮

Singapores Expo Station is the first Mass Rapid Transport station that visitors to the city encounter when travelling along the new Changi Airport Line.

retrogasm:    Famous architects dressed as their buildings at the Society of Beaux-Arts Architects annual ball. New York. 1931

Stewart Walker(Fuller Building), Leonard Schultze(Waldorf-Astoria), Ely Jacques Kahn(Squibb Building), William Van Alen(Chrysler Building), Ralph Walker(Wall Street Building) and Joseph Freedlander(Museum of the City of New York).

Architects dressed as their most famous buildings: Ely Jacques Kahn (Squibb Building), William Van Alen (Chrysler Building), Ralph Walker (1 Wall Street) at the 1931 Beaux-Arts Architects annual ball.

Architects dressed as their most famous buildings: Ely Jacques Kahn (Squibb Building), William Van Alen (Chrysler Building), Ralph Walker Wall Street) at the 1931 Beaux-Arts Architects annual ball.

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