Monthly Archive: March 2016

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Blog #3 – Seville Cathedral

Seville Cathedral I am talking about the cathedral in Seville, Spain because it is one of the most breathtaking works of architecture that I have ever seen in my life. This Roman-Catholic cathedral is...

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Blog #2 – The Shard

The Shard The Shard, also known as the Shard of Glass, is located in Southwark, London and stands 95 stories above downtown London. Construction of this masterpiece started early 2009 designed by Renzo Piano...

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Blanchard High School

Perhaps the most influential building–apart from my home–is my high school in Blanchard, Oklahoma. Completed in 2011, this 3A high school is a large step above the old facilities. It was designed to be...


The Cain’s Ballroom – Tulsa

The Cain’s Ballroom is located on the corner of Easton and Main in Tulsa, Oklahoma. The building was first opened as a garage by one of Tulsa’s founders, Wyatt Tate Brady. It was inspired by late...

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North Carolina State Capitol Building

Located near the heart of downtown Raleigh, North Carolina, the NC state capitol building sits as a reminder of America’s colonial past. It was completed in 1840, and modeled after the Greek Revival style of architecture....

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Red Prime OKC

    Red Prime is an amazing steak house in downtown OKC, I have been a couple of times and it is a very different dinning experience. Peter Elliot is the architect behind this...

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Gallier Hall by James Gallier

Gallier Hall was completed in 1853 and was used by the city of New Orleans as a city hall. This building has a significant part of history being used as the city hall for...

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Auditorio de Tenerife

Santiago Calatreva designed his first performing arts facility in the Canary Islands, Spain. This building is famous for its giant arc, as it is the only large arch supported by only two points of...

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City of Arts and Sciences

Santiago Calatreva, along with Felix Candela, designed the City of Arts and Sciences in Valencia, Spain, which is actually Calatreva’s hometown. The Hemesferic is also known as the planetarium or “eye of knowledge” as...

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