Architecture for Non Majors


Theme Building (LAX)

The gateway to the world at Los Angeles International Airport “LAX” the Theme Building is what represents a once grand and glorious day of traveling and going to Airports. This iconic structure used to...

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Boston Avenue Methodist Church

      The Boston Avenue Methodist Church is located in downtown Tulsa, Oklahoma. It was designed by Adah Robinson and Bruce Goff.  The church was completed in 1929 and was considered to be...

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The Rose Bowl

Or “The Granddaddy of the All,” the Rose Bowl has been a symbol for College Bowl Games since the beginning. Every year on New Years Day (or January 2nd if New Years Day is...

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First Southern

This is my church, First Southern Baptist Church, basically my second home. It’s not exactly the prettiest building, but it holds the primary place in my heart. I’ve been going here my whole life,...

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Gilcrease Museum

Gilcrease Museum is a museum located northwest of downtown Tulsa, Oklahoma. The museum houses the world’s largest, most comprehensive collection of art of the American West, as well as a growing collection of art...

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Sequoyah’s Cabin

Sequoyah’s Cabin was the home of the Cherokee Indian Sequoyah from 1829-1844. Sequoyah built this one-room log cabin in 1829 shortly after moving to Oklahoma. The cabin became the property of the Oklahoma Historical...

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BOK Center

I am from Broken Arrow which is a suburb outside of Tulsa, where the wonderful BOK Center is located. The 19,199 seat structure is right in the heart of historic downtown Tulsa. It was...

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Arcadia Round Barn

This is the Arcadia Round Barn located along Route 66 in Arcadia, Oklahoma. This is a great example of how interesting architecture can happen anywhere in the world, not just big cities. It was...

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Sarkeys Energy Center

Most of us here at OU are familiar with this building, Sarkeys Energy Center. Its sort of a landmark  on campus, and it is the building where I have spent the most time here...

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