Cambridge 2000 Gallery: architecture

Architecture photos:

Below are some specific architecture categories and at the end some other architecture photos:

Interesting doors:

  1. Berlin, Germany: Berliner Dom (Cathedral): Südportal Versöhnungstür (Reconciliation Door, south side) (1992, artist Siegfried Kreppe) (117 kb, 26 October 2008)
  2. Berlin, Germany: Katholische Kirchengemeinde Herz Jesu (Fehrbelliner Straße): door (1897-1898, architect Christoph Hehl) (74 kb, 11 March 2006)
  3. Berlin, Germany: Klosterstraße 64 (Gebr. Tietz): door (1906?) (68 kb, 12 March 2006)
  4. Berlin, Germany: Littenstraße 17: door (1896-1905, architects Paul Thoemer, Rudolf Mönnich, Otto Lard) (71 kb, 26 October 2008)
  5. Berlin, Germany: Mauerstraße, Bulgarian Embassy: sculpted door (70 kb, 18 October 2010)
  6. Berlin, Germany: Oranienburger Straße: Neue Synagoge, door (1859-1866, designed by Eduard Knoblauch, completed by Friedrich August Stüle; reconstructed 1989-1993) (104 kb, 18 October 2010)
  7. Berlin, Germany: Russian Embassy (Unter den Linden): door (1950-1953, Friedrich Skujin) (93 kb, 26 October 2008)
  8. Berlin, Germany: WZB (Wissenschftszentrum Berlin für Sozialforschung) (Reichpietschufer): door (106 kb, 29 October 2008)
  9. Brno, Czech Republic: Bazilika Nanebevzetí Panny Marie (Basilica of The Assumption of Our Lady): south door (outside monastery) (98 kb, 6 October 2010)
  10. Brussels, Belgium: 12 Avenue Jef Lambeaux: door (1898, architect Georges Peereboom) (87 kb, 4 May 2010)
  11. Brussels, Belgium: 83 Rue Faider: door (1900, architect Albert Roosenboom) (73 kb, 4 May 2010)
  12. Brussels, Belgium: Grand Place (Grote Markt), Town Hall: door (1402-1449, architects Jacob van Thienen, Jan van Ruysbroek) (108 kb, 8 May 2010)
  13. Brussels, Belgium: Victor Horta house, Rue Américaine: door (1898-1901, architect Victor Horta) (81 kb, 4 May 2010)
  14. Cambridge, England: 11 Grange Road: door (1912, architect A.J. Winter Rose) (86 kb, 3 June 2009)
  15. Cambridge, England: Bridge Street, Holy Sepulchre (Round Church): door (103 kb, 26 December 2007)
  16. Cambridge, England: Churchill College: door (1961, sculptor Geoffrey Clarke) (75 kb, 27 June 2009)
  17. Cambridge, England: Gonville and Caius College: hallway and door (1927-1929, architect Raymond McGrath) (63 kb, 29 June 2009)
  18. Cambridge, England: Great St Mary's Church: west entrance (81 kb, 20 April 2008)
  19. Cambridge, England: Guildhall: scenes from rural life (1933, sculptor Gertrude Hermes) (61 kb, 4 May 2009)
  20. Cambridge, England: King's College: gatehouse door detail (86 kb, 20 April 2008)
  21. Cambridge, England: King's College: main entrance (98 kb, 1 January 2010)
  22. Cambridge, England: New Museum Site (old Cavendish laboratory): Free School Lane entrance (79 kb, 20 April 2008)
  23. Cambridge, England: Paradise Street: Guthrie Court door (2008, architect Hadley Design Associates) (89 kb, 18 October 2008)
  24. Cambridge, England: Robinson College: chapel door (c1980, J Steiger) (108 kb, 5 June 2006)
  25. Cambridge, England: Robinson College: chapel door detail (c1980, J Steiger) (85 kb, 13 December 2007)
  26. Cambridge, England: St Eligius Street: doors (85 kb, 8 March 2002)
  27. Cambridge, England: St John's College: gate to Chapel Court (art deco, 1938-1940, Edward Maufe) (90 kb, 2 April 2005)
  28. Cambridge, England: St John's College: old Divinity building, entrance (102 kb, 4 October 2012)
  29. Cambridge, England: Trinity College: side entrance (110 kb, 1 January 2010)
  30. Cambridge, England: Trinity Hall: front entrance (76 kb, 27 December 2009)
  31. Edinburgh, Scotland: Queen's Gallery: door (2002, Benjamin Tindall Architects) (81 kb, 6 April 2004)
  32. Ely, England: Ely Cathedral: west door detail (110 kb, 4 May 2002)
  33. Ely, England: Ely Cathedral: west doors (109 kb, 21 January 2006)
  34. Ettlingen, Germany: Herz-Jesu Kirche: south entrance (1900) (79 kb, 18 April 2008)
  35. Ettlingen, Germany: Herz-Jesu Kirche: west entrance (c1900) (81 kb, 18 April 2008)
  36. Ettlingen, Germany: Schloß (Castle): side entrance (baroque, 1728-1732, master builder Johann Michael Ludwig Rohrer; restored 1978) (64 kb, 17 April 2008)
  37. Frankfurt, Germany: Römer (Römerberg 21): door (originally medieval, destroyed in WWII) (94 kb, 18 February 2009)
  38. Gdańsk, Poland: New Alderman House of the Bench (1567): door (1567) (113 kb, 16 July 2005)
  39. Göteborg (Gothenburg), Sweden: Vasakyrkan (Vasa Church): door (1909, architect Yngve Rasmussen) (94 kb, 9 June 2004)
  40. Granada, Spain: Alhambra: Patio de los Arrayanes (Myrtle Courtyard), door (112 kb, 11 December 2005)
  41. Heidelberg, Germany: 2 Theaterstraße: door (75 kb, 5 May 2010)
  42. Heidelberg, Germany: Alte Universität (Domus Wilhelmiana): door (1712-1735, architect Johann Adam Breunig) (66 kb, 8 May 2010)
  43. Heidelberg, Germany: English Church: door (early 1960s, artist Harry McLean) (56 kb, 8 May 2010)
  44. Heidelberg, Germany: Peterskirche: door (1864-1870, architects Ludwig-Marperger Franck, Hermann Behaghel) (73 kb, 5 May 2010)
  45. Heidelberg, Germany: Universität Heidelberg, Universitätsbibliothek: door (1901-1905, architect Josef Durm) (88 kb, 5 May 2010)
  46. Higham Ferrers, England: Parish Church of St Mary the Virgin: door ironwork detail (148 kb, 21 April 2007)
  47. Higham Ferrers, England: Parish Church of St Mary the Virgin: double doors (104 kb, 13 June 2005)
  48. Istanbul, Turkey: Museum of Turkish and Islamic Arts: wooden door of a mimber (Seljuk period, dated 1155, from Aleaddin Mosque, Konya) (87 kb, 2 April 2006)
  49. Karlsruhe, Germany: Pfarrgemeinde St. Michael (Church) (Gebhardtstraße): door (1962-1965) (84 kb, 11 December 2008)
  50. Leiden, Netherlands: Kort Galgewater, Stadtstimmerwerf (city carpenter's yard): door (1612) (85 kb, 21 October 2009)
  51. Lichfield, England: Lichfield Cathedral: west side, central door (103 kb, 19 January 2013)
  52. Lichfield, England: Lichfield Cathedral: west side, right door (94 kb, 19 January 2013)
  53. Lisbon, Portugal: Estação de Caminhos de Ferro do Rossio (Estação Central): entrance to train station (1890, architect José Luís Monteiro) (89 kb, 29 September 2011)
  54. Łódź, Poland: aleja Kościuszki 12: door (76 kb, 18 July 2005)
  55. London, England: Westminster Abbey: door on north side (106 kb, 25 September 2010)
  56. London, England: Westminster Abbey: main entrance on north side (101 kb, 25 September 2010)
  57. Long Melford, England: Holy Trinity Church: west entrance (1903) (127 kb, 13 September 2008)
  58. Lyon, France: Boulevard Vivier-Merle, Tour Oxygène: main entrance (71 kb, 25 August 2012)
  59. Lyon, France: Hôtel de Ville: door (1646-1672, Simon Maupin; restoration 1701-1703, after fire of 1674, Jules Hardouin-Mansart and Robert de Cotte) (110 kb, 23 August 2012)
  60. Münster, Germany: City Library (Stadtbucherei): main entrance (1993, Bolles-Wilson and Partner) (50 kb, 19 September 2010)
  61. Münster, Germany: Klosterstraße, Synagogue: entrance (1961) (81 kb, 21 September 2010)
  62. Münster, Germany: Liebfrauen-Überwasser: west entrance (87 kb, 19 September 2010)
  63. Münster, Germany: St Lamberti: west entrance (102 kb, 19 September 2010)
  64. Münster, Germany: St Martinikirche: door (1982-1986) (89 kb, 21 September 2010)
  65. Münster, Germany: St Paul's Cathedral (St Paulus Dom): smaller south door (82 kb, 21 September 2010)
  66. Münster, Germany: St Paul's Cathedral (St Paulus Dom): south entrance, Paradise Porch (67 kb, 19 September 2010)
  67. New Canaan, Connecticut (CT): Glass House estate: Gate House ('da Monsta'), door (1995, Philip Johnson) (51 kb, 24 July 2008)
  68. New York City, NY: Chrysler Building (135 East 42nd Street): entrance (art deco, 1928-1930, William Van Alen) (77 kb, 18 March 2007)
  69. New York City, NY: New York Public Library (Fifth Avenue): door panel (1902-1911, architect Carrère and Hastings) (112 kb, 18 March 2007)
  70. Nijmegen, Netherlands: Graafseweg 185d: door (2004, Dick Pouderoyen Architektuur) (81 kb, 26 March 2009)
  71. Nijmegen, Netherlands: Latijnse School (Stedelijk Gymnasium, Sint Stevenskerkhof 2): entrance (1554-1555, architect Herman van Herengraves, restored 1975) (107 kb, 26 March 2009)
  72. Nijmegen, Netherlands: Muntweg 404: door (1930) (110 kb, 26 March 2009)
  73. Nijmegen, Netherlands: Stadhuis (Burchstraat 20): door (originally 1555, restored 1880, almost completely destroyed in WWII, rebuilt 1951-1954) (119 kb, 26 March 2009)
  74. Northampton, Massachusetts (MA): Smith College: Scott Gymnasium entrance (1924, Ames and Dodge) (85 kb, 16 July 2007)
  75. Paris, France: 1 Rue Boulard: door (1900) (65 kb, 4 March 2004)
  76. Paris, France: 1 Rue Boulard: door detail (1900) (82 kb, 13 October 2006)
  77. Paris, France: 10 Rue Valentin Haüy: door (art nouveau, 1904, architect Paul Denis) (77 kb, 12 October 2006)
  78. Paris, France: 12 Rue Blomet: door (85 kb, 10 October 2006)
  79. Paris, France: 14 Place Adolphe Chérioux: door (art nouveau, 1902, architect Henri Ragache) (82 kb, 28 March 2003)
  80. Paris, France: 143 Boulevard Raspail: door (1906, architect Albert Prugnaud) (77 kb, 4 March 2004)
  81. Paris, France: 147 Rue d'Alésia: door (1923, Varoteaux) (60 kb, 19 November 2007)
  82. Paris, France: 151 Rue de Grenelle: door (art nouveau, 1898, architect Jules Lavirotte) (103 kb, 5 March 2004)
  83. Paris, France: 2 Rue Lecourbe: door (art nouveau, 1902, architect Henri Ragache) (97 kb, 4 March 2004)
  84. Paris, France: 29 Avenue Rapp: door (art nouveau, 1901, architect Jules Lavirotte, sculptor Jean-Baptise Larrivé) (104 kb, 27 March 2003)
  85. Paris, France: 3 Rue Raffet: door (art deco, 1929, architect Ch. Plumet) (80 kb, 25 June 2004)
  86. Paris, France: 3 Square Rapp: door (art nouveau, 1899-1900, architect Jules Lavirotte) (91 kb, 28 March 2003)
  87. Paris, France: 3 Villa Patrice Boudard: door (1914 and 1920, architects Patrice Boudard, L. Bonnard and G.M. Boucaud) (64 kb, 19 December 2003)
  88. Paris, France: 32 Rue Lecourbe: door (1904, architect F. Vallois) (83 kb, 13 October 2004)
  89. Paris, France: 41 Rue Boulard: gate (84 kb, 13 October 2006)
  90. Paris, France: 41 Rue Brancion: door (1924, architect Boutterin and Landes) (83 kb, 14 October 2004)
  91. Paris, France: 47 Rue Vielle du Temple (Hôtel Amelot de Bisseuil, Hôtel des Ambassadeurs de Hollande): Medusa sculpture in door (1657-1660, architect Pierre Cottard) (109 kb, 6 March 2004)
  92. Paris, France: 48 Boulevard Raspail: door (art nouveau, 1912, architect L. Sorel) (103 kb, 13 October 2004)
  93. Paris, France: 48 Rue Lecourbe: door (1905, architect F. Vallois) (71 kb, 10 October 2006)
  94. Paris, France: 5 Rue Victor Schoelcher: door (1911, architect Paul Follot) (96 kb, 4 March 2004)
  95. Paris, France: 5 Rue Victor Schoelcher: garage door (1911, architect Paul Follot) (67 kb, 13 October 2006)
  96. Paris, France: 50 Avenue de Ségur: door (79 kb, 26 April 2009)
  97. Paris, France: 67 Boulevard Raspail: door (1913, architect Leon Tissier) (90 kb, 13 October 2004)
  98. Paris, France: 78 Rue Mademoiselle: door (with cat and dog, and lizard tiles; architect A.M. Turin, tiles by A. Bigot) (75 kb, 28 March 2003)
  99. Paris, France: 87 Boulevard Montparnasse: door (architect A. Brasseau) (77 kb, 4 March 2004)
  100. Paris, France: 9 Rue Vavin: door (art deco) (80 kb, 4 March 2004)
  101. Paris, France: Basilique du Sacré-Coeur: door (1875-1919, door architect Lucien Magne, sculptor Hippolyte Jules Lefèbvre, decorator Séguin, foundry Jaboeuf and Rouard) (88 kb, 31 October 2010)
  102. Paris, France: Castel Béranger, 14 Rue la Fontaine: door (art nouveau, 1897-1898, architect Hector Guimard) (77 kb, 28 March 2003)
  103. Paris, France: Hotel Guimard, 122 Avenue Mozart: door (1909, architect Hector Guimard) (77 kb, 27 April 2009)
  104. Paris, France: Immeuble Jassedé, 142 Avenue de Versailles: door (art nouveau, 1905, architect Hector Guimard) (86 kb, 25 June 2004)
  105. Paris, France: Les Arums, 33 Rue du Champ de Mars: doors (art nouveau, 1900, architect Octave Raquin) (79 kb, 5 March 2004)
  106. Paris, France: Notre Dame: door (107 kb, 13 October 2004)
  107. Paris, France: Place Franz Liszt, Église Saint-Vincent-de-Paul: door (93 kb, 8 January 2011)
  108. Paris, France: Place Jean Marais, Église Saint-Pierre de Montmartre: central door (1980, Tommaso Gismondi) (92 kb, 8 January 2011)
  109. San Simeon, California (CA): Hearst Castle: Casa del Monte (House B), door (115 kb, 18 July 2011)
  110. San Simeon, California (CA): Hearst Castle: Casa Grande, main entrance (101 kb, 18 July 2011)
  111. San Simeon, California (CA): Hearst Castle: door (92 kb, 18 July 2011)
  112. Snettisham, England: St Mary: main door (93 kb, 31 May 2009)
  113. Swarthmore, Pennsylvania (PA): Swarthmore College: Clothier Hall door (1929, architect Karcher and Smith) (80 kb, 18 July 2008)
  114. Toruń, Poland: Cathedral of Saints John the Baptist and John the Evangelist: door (111 kb, 13 July 2005)
  115. Utrecht, Netherlands: Brigittenstraat 24 (Kniestedt Jacobs and Duijs): entrance (modified to current form in 1864) (68 kb, 28 February 2007)
  116. Utrecht, Netherlands: Bruntenhof 5 and 5A: entrance (1621) (61 kb, 28 February 2007)

Interesting ceilings:

  1. Berlin, Germany: Altes Museum: rotunda dome detail (1830, architect Karl Friedrich Schinkel) (77 kb, 11 March 2006)
  2. Berlin, Germany: Berliner Dom (Cathedral): ceiling detail including Beatitude 'Selig sind, die reines Herzens sind' ('Blessed are the pure hearted') (1905, made after design by Anton von Werner; reconstructed 1984-1993) (83 kb, 11 March 2006)
  3. Berlin, Germany: Berliner Dom (Cathedral): central dome (1905; reconstructed 1984-1993) (100 kb, 11 March 2006)
  4. Berlin, Germany: Kaiser Wilhelm Gedächtnis Kirche: angel, mosaic ceiling (1897-1906, designed by Hermann Schaper, made by Firma Puhl and Wagner) (164 kb, 25 October 2008)
  5. Berlin, Germany: Kaiser Wilhelm Gedächtnis Kirche: angels, mosaic ceiling (1897-1906, designed by Hermann Schaper, made by Firma Puhl and Wagner) (136 kb, 25 October 2008)
  6. Berlin, Germany: Kaiser Wilhelm Gedächtnis Kirche: Christ, mosaic ceiling (1897-1906, designed by Hermann Schaper, made by Firma Puhl and Wagner) (181 kb, 25 October 2008)
  7. Berlin, Germany: Kaiser Wilhelm Gedächtnis Kirche: emperor, mosaic ceiling (1897-1906, designed by Hermann Schaper, made by Firma Puhl and Wagner) (144 kb, 25 October 2008)
  8. Bexhill-on-Sea, England: De La Warr Pavilion: auditorium ceiling (1935, Erich Mendelsohn and Serge Chermayeff; restored 2005, John McAslan and Partners) (55 kb, 9 September 2007)
  9. Boston, Massachusetts (MA): Ayer Mansion (Commonwealth Avenue): lounge ceiling decoration (87 kb, 27 July 2010)
  10. Boston, Massachusetts (MA): Boston Public Library, McKim Building: hall mosaic ceiling (1887-1895, architect McKim, Mead and White) (91 kb, 25 March 2007)
  11. Brno, Czech Republic: BVV Veletrhy Brno (BVV Trade Fairs Brno), Pavilion A: ceiling (1927-1928, architects Josef Kalous, Jaroslav Valenta) (100 kb, 7 October 2010)
  12. Brno, Czech Republic: Kostel sv. Jakuba (St James' Church): ceiling (82 kb, 6 October 2010)
  13. Brno, Czech Republic: Kostel sv. Janu s Loretou (Church of St John and Loreto): Loreto Chapel, trompe l'oeil ceiling (83 kb, 6 October 2010)
  14. Brno, Czech Republic: Kostel sv. Janu s Loretou (Church of St John and Loreto): trompe l'oeil ceiling (91 kb, 6 October 2010)
  15. Cambridge, England: Catholic Church (Our Lady and the English Martyrs): ceiling (82 kb, 16 March 2005)
  16. Cambridge, England: Church of St Edward King and Martyr: ceiling (97 kb, 27 October 2009)
  17. Cambridge, England: Clare College: chapel apse ceiling (93 kb, 23 September 2014)
  18. Cambridge, England: Clare College: chapel ceiling (1760s, James Borrough and James Essex the younger) (85 kb, 2 August 2003)
  19. Cambridge, England: Corpus Christi College: chapel, ceiling (19th century) (96 kb, 8 May 2009)
  20. Cambridge, England: Emmanuel College: dining hall ceiling (1760s, James Essex the younger) (56 kb, 2 August 2003)
  21. Cambridge, England: Fitzwilliam College: dining room ceiling (1961-1967, architect Denys Lasdun and Partners) (70 kb, 17 November 2014)
  22. Cambridge, England: Fitzwilliam Museum: entrance ceiling (120 kb, 3 February 2005)
  23. Cambridge, England: Fitzwilliam Museum: polychrome arch decoration (1870-1875, restored 1999-2001) (83 kb, 18 March 2008)
  24. Cambridge, England: Fitzwilliam Museum: polychrome decoration below dome (1870-1875, restored 1999-2001) (119 kb, 18 March 2008)
  25. Cambridge, England: Gonville and Caius College: ceiling (1995-1998, architect John Simpson and Partners) (83 kb, 29 June 2009)
  26. Cambridge, England: Gonville and Caius College: ceiling (1995-1998, architect John Simpson and Partners, plasterer George Cook and Sons) (57 kb, 29 June 2009)
  27. Cambridge, England: Jesus College: chapel crossing (tower) ceiling (1846-1849, William Morris) (88 kb, 16 January 2005)
  28. Cambridge, England: Jesus College: chapel nave ceiling (1846-1849, William Morris, painted by Frederick Leach) (124 kb, 28 March 2005)
  29. Cambridge, England: Judge Institute: ceiling (1991-1995, architect John Outram Associates) (126 kb, 27 June 2000)
  30. Cambridge, England: Judge Institute: ceiling (1991-1995, architect John Outram Associates) (121 kb, 3 February 2005)
  31. Cambridge, England: King's College: chapel ceiling (111 kb, 4 February 2007)
  32. Cambridge, England: King's College: chapel ceiling long view (125 kb, 23 May 2007)
  33. Cambridge, England: King's College: chapel ceiling, with organ (131 kb, 11 July 2002)
  34. Cambridge, England: Pembroke College: chapel ceiling (63 kb, 17 April 2007)
  35. Cambridge, England: Queens' College: old dining hall ceiling (1875, designed by G.F. Bodley, executed by F.R. Leach, restored 1961) (160 kb, 11 August 2006)
  36. Cambridge, England: Senate House: ceiling (1722-1730, architect James Gibbs) (61 kb, 1 December 2009)
  37. Cambridge, England: St Botolph's Church: roof (1872, Frederick Leach; angels, possibly 1880s, Godfrey Gray) (93 kb, 30 May 2011)
  38. Cambridge, England: St John's College: entrance ceiling (87 kb, 18 January 2005)
  39. Cambridge, England: Trinity College: chapel ceiling (102 kb, 1 February 2005)
  40. Częstochowa, Poland: Jasna Góra: basilica ceiling (131 kb, 12 July 2005)
  41. Częstochowa, Poland: Jasna Góra: Chapel of the Virgin ceiling (119 kb, 12 July 2005)
  42. Dampierre-s-Boutonne, France: château: ceiling detail (49 kb, 27 August 2001)
  43. Ettlingen, Germany: St Martinskirche: ceiling (1988, Emil Wachter) (80 kb, 27 April 2005)
  44. Gdańsk, Poland: St Bridget's Church: ceiling (97 kb, 16 July 2005)
  45. Göteborg (Gothenburg), Sweden: Stora Teatern: ceiling (1859, architect Bror Carl Malmberg) (139 kb, 8 June 2004)
  46. Granada, Spain: Alhambra: Palacio de Comares (Comares Palace), ceiling decoration (106 kb, 11 December 2005)
  47. Granada, Spain: Alhambra: Sala de los Reyes (Hall of the Kings), Mocárabe ceiling (99 kb, 11 December 2005)
  48. Harklowa, Małopolska, Poland: Church of Birth of Virgin Mary: ceiling (104 kb, 20 July 2005)
  49. Hinxton, England: Hinxton Hall (Wellcome Trust Genome Campus): Pompeii Room, ceiling (97 kb, 25 October 2002)
  50. Hinxton, England: Hinxton Hall (Wellcome Trust Genome Campus): Pompeii Room, corner of ceiling (100 kb, 30 January 2007)
  51. Istanbul, Turkey: Blue Mosque (Sultan Ahmet Camii): half-domes (1606-1616, architect Mehmet Ağa) (121 kb, 31 March 2006)
  52. Istanbul, Turkey: Blue Mosque (Sultan Ahmet Camii): main dome (1606-1616, architect Mehmet Ağa) (127 kb, 31 March 2006)
  53. Istanbul, Turkey: Blue Mosque (Sultan Ahmet Camii): side dome (1606-1616, architect Mehmet Ağa) (125 kb, 31 March 2006)
  54. Istanbul, Turkey: Fountain of Sultan Ahmet III: overhang decoration (1728) (76 kb, 31 March 2006)
  55. Istanbul, Turkey: Kaiser Wilhelm's Fountain, Hippodrome: mosaic ceiling (1898) (111 kb, 31 March 2006)
  56. Istanbul, Turkey: Rüstem Paşa Camii (Mosque): decoration (embossed leather?) on ceiling (1560, architect Mimar Sinan) (125 kb, 3 April 2006)
  57. Istanbul, Turkey: Rüstem Paşa Camii (Mosque): main dome (1560, architect Mimar Sinan) (112 kb, 3 April 2006)
  58. Istanbul, Turkey: Sublime Porte: overhang decoration (57 kb, 2 April 2006)
  59. Istanbul, Turkey: Süleymaniye Camii (Mosque): courtyard dome (1550-1557, architect Mimar Sinan) (102 kb, 3 April 2006)
  60. Istanbul, Turkey: Süleymaniye Camii (Mosque): half-domes and main dome (1550-1557, architect Mimar Sinan) (110 kb, 3 April 2006)
  61. Istanbul, Turkey: Süleymaniye Camii (Mosque): main dome (1550-1557, architect Mimar Sinan) (104 kb, 3 April 2006)
  62. Istanbul, Turkey: Topkapı Palace Harem (Soğukçeşme Sokak), Chamber of the Crown Princes (Twin Kiosk): dome (141 kb, 1 April 2006)
  63. Istanbul, Turkey: Topkapı Palace Harem (Soğukçeşme Sokak), Murat III Kiosk: dome (128 kb, 1 April 2006)
  64. Istanbul, Turkey: Topkapı Palace Harem (Soğukçeşme Sokak), Privy Chamber of Murat III: Privy Chamber of Murat III dome (145 kb, 1 April 2006)
  65. Istanbul, Turkey: Topkapı Palace Harem (Soğukçeşme Sokak), Valide Sultan's (Queen Mother's) bed chamber: dome (114 kb, 1 April 2006)
  66. Istanbul, Turkey: Topkapı Palace (Sarayı), Circumcision Room (Summer Pavilion): ceiling (Iznik) tiles (158 kb, 1 April 2006)
  67. Istanbul, Turkey: Topkapı Palace (Sarayı), Imperial Council Chamber (Kubbealtı): entrance ceiling (65 kb, 1 April 2006)
  68. Istanbul, Turkey: Topkapı Palace (Sarayı), Library of Ahmet III: dome (109 kb, 1 April 2006)
  69. Istanbul, Turkey: Topkapı Palace (Sarayı), Middle Gate (Bab-ü's Selam): dome (127 kb, 1 April 2006)
  70. Istanbul, Turkey: Yeni Camii (New Mosque): main dome and half-dome (1597-1663) (118 kb, 3 April 2006)
  71. Kraków (Cracow), Poland: Church of Christ Transfigured: ceiling (109 kb, 24 July 2005)
  72. Kraków (Cracow), Poland: Franciscan Church: ceiling (116 kb, 23 July 2005)
  73. Kraków (Cracow), Poland: St Mary's Church: crucifixion and ceiling (142 kb, 22 July 2005)
  74. Kraków (Cracow), Poland: St Mary's Church: nave ceiling (120 kb, 22 July 2005)
  75. Lisbon, Portugal: Basílica dos Mártires (Basilica of Our Lady of the Martyrs): ceiling (artist Pedro Alexandro de Carvalho, assisted by José António Narciso) (119 kb, 29 September 2011)
  76. Lisbon, Portugal: Basílica dos Mártires (Basilica of Our Lady of the Martyrs): ceiling detail (artist Pedro Alexandro de Carvalho, assisted by José António Narciso) (117 kb, 29 September 2011)
  77. Lisbon, Portugal: Igreja da Encarnação (Church of the Incarnation): ceiling (artist Pedro Alexandrino) (103 kb, 29 September 2011)
  78. Lisbon, Portugal: Igreja da Encarnação (Church of the Incarnation): ceiling detail (artist Pedro Alexandrino) (98 kb, 29 September 2011)
  79. Lisbon, Portugal: Igreja de Nossa Senhora da Conceição Velha (Old Church of Our Lady of the Conception): ceiling detail (77 kb, 29 September 2011)
  80. Lisbon, Portugal: Igreja de Santa Catarina (Church of St Catherine): ceiling detail (96 kb, 29 September 2011)
  81. Lisbon, Portugal: Igreja de Santa Catarina (Church of St Catherine): ceiling detail (111 kb, 29 September 2011)
  82. Lisbon, Portugal: Igreja Paroquial de São Paulo (Church of Saint Paul): ceiling above altar (attributed to Jerónimo de Andrade) (102 kb, 29 September 2011)
  83. London, England: 120 Fleet Street (former Daily Express Building): star burst ceiling (1932, designed by Robert Atkinson) (90 kb, 21 September 2002)
  84. London, England: British Museum: Enlightenment Gallery, ceiling (64 kb, 17 December 2010)
  85. London, England: Dagenham Civic Centre (was Town Hall): lobby ceiling (1936-1937, architect E Berry Webber; refurbished 2003, Richard Griffiths Architects and Hawkins\Brown) (61 kb, 16 September 2007)
  86. London, England: Middlesex Hospital Chapel: mosaic ceiling (artist Maurice Richard Josey, assisted by John L Josey) (116 kb, 21 September 2002)
  87. London, England: Middlesex Hospital Chapel: mosaic ceiling (artist Maurice Richard Josey, assisted by John L Josey) (128 kb, 21 September 2002)
  88. London, England: St Martin-in-the-Fields: ceiling (1726, architect James Gibbs) (82 kb, 25 September 2010)
  89. London, England: Westminster Cathedral: Chapel of the Blessed Sacrament, ceiling (1962, Boris Anrep) (95 kb, 25 September 2010)
  90. Lyon, France: Basilique Saint-Martin d'Ainay: transept dome (1899, Charles Lameire) (98 kb, 26 August 2012)
  91. Madingley, England: American War Cemetery: mosaic memorial ceiling (1956, Francis Scott Bradford) (120 kb, 31 December 2003)
  92. Münster, Germany: St Lamberti: ceiling (70 kb, 21 September 2010)
  93. New York City, NY: 11 Madison Avenue (Madison Park, Metropolitan Life North Building): entrance ceiling (1929, Harvey Wiley Corbett) (55 kb, 18 March 2007)
  94. New York City, NY: St Patrick's Cathedral (Fifth Avenue): ceiling at central crossing (1858-1878, architect James Renwick, Jr. and William Rodrigue) (69 kb, 3 January 2008)
  95. New York City, NY: Waldorf Astoria hotel: ceiling detail (art deco, 1931, architect Schultze and Weaver) (69 kb, 15 June 2002)
  96. Paris, France: Galeries Lafayette, Boulevard Haussmann: glass dome (1910-1912, architect Ferdinand Chanut) (195 kb, 2 April 2004)
  97. Paris, France: Saint Francois Xavier church: cupola, the Twelve Apostles (1874-1875, architects Louis-Adrien Lusson and Toussaint Uchard, cupola painted by Charles Lameire) (99 kb, 12 October 2006)
  98. Paris, France: St Vincent de Paul, 95 Rue de Sèvres: ceiling (1817) (126 kb, 6 January 2011)
  99. Paris, France: St Vincent de Paul, 95 Rue de Sèvres: ceiling above altar (1817) (99 kb, 6 January 2011)
  100. Peterborough, England: Peterborough Cathedral: apse ceiling, east end (late Victorian) (89 kb, 8 December 2007)
  101. Peterborough, England: Peterborough Cathedral: painted wood ceiling (c1230, cleaned early 2000s) (112 kb, 8 December 2007)
  102. Rome, Italy: Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore (St Mary Major): Baptistry, ceiling fresco (by Domenico Cresti called Il Passignano) (126 kb, 17 December 2006)
  103. Rome, Italy: Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore (St Mary Major): Baptistry, ceiling fresco (by Domenico Cresti called Il Passignano) (105 kb, 17 December 2006)
  104. Rome, Italy: Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore (St Mary Major): nave, wooden coffered ceiling (138 kb, 17 December 2006)
  105. Rome, Italy: Santa Maria d'Aracoeli: wood-coffered ceiling (16th century) (132 kb, 15 December 2006)
  106. Rome, Italy: Santa Maria d'Aracoeli: wood-coffered ceiling (16th century) (147 kb, 15 December 2006)
  107. Rome, Italy: Sant'Ignazio: ceiling trompe-l'oeil fresco (1684, Andrea Pozzo) (83 kb, 17 December 2006)
  108. San Simeon, California (CA): Hearst Castle: Casa del Monte (House B), ceiling (134 kb, 18 July 2011)
  109. San Simeon, California (CA): Hearst Castle: Casa del Monte (House B), ceiling (147 kb, 18 July 2011)
  110. San Simeon, California (CA): Hearst Castle: Casa Grande, Billiard Room, ceiling (Spanish, 1400s) (101 kb, 18 July 2011)
  111. San Simeon, California (CA): Hearst Castle: Casa Grande, ceiling (94 kb, 18 July 2011)
  112. Snettisham, England: St Mary: ceiling (108 kb, 31 May 2009)
  113. St Augustine, Florida (FL): Cathedral-Basilica: ceiling (80 kb, 15 July 2010)
  114. Vatican City: Basilica di San Pietro (St Peter's Basilica): porch ceiling decoration (99 kb, 16 December 2006)
  115. Vatican City: Basilica di San Pietro (St Peter's Basilica): top of arch (136 kb, 16 December 2006)
  116. Vatican City: Vatican Museum: ceiling decoration (18th century) (Galleria delle Carte Geografiche, Map Gallery) (129 kb, 16 December 2006)
  117. Vatican City: Vatican Museum: ceiling decoration (18th century) (Galleria delle Carte Geografiche, Map Gallery) (135 kb, 16 December 2006)
  118. Vatican City: Vatican Museum: ceiling decoration (18th century) (Galleria delle Carte Geografiche, Map Gallery) (133 kb, 16 December 2006)
  119. Vatican City: Vatican Museum: ceiling decoration (18th century) (Galleria delle Carte Geografiche, Map Gallery) (129 kb, 16 December 2006)
  120. Vatican City: Vatican Museum: ceiling decoration (18th century) (Galleria delle Carte Geografiche, Map Gallery) (126 kb, 16 December 2006)
  121. Vatican City: Vatican Museum: ceiling decoration (18th century) (Galleria delle Carte Geografiche, Map Gallery) (92 kb, 16 December 2006)
  122. Vatican City: Vatican Museum: ceiling decoration (18th century) (Galleria delle Carte Geografiche, Map Gallery) (109 kb, 16 December 2006)
  123. Vatican City: Vatican Museum: ceiling decoration (18th century) (Galleria delle Carte Geografiche, Map Gallery) (124 kb, 16 December 2006)
  124. Vatican City: Vatican Museum: ceiling decoration (18th century) (Galleria delle Carte Geografiche, Map Gallery) (107 kb, 16 December 2006)
  125. Vatican City: Vatican Museum: ceiling decoration (18th century) (Galleria delle Carte Geografiche, Map Gallery) (104 kb, 16 December 2006)
  126. Vatican City: Vatican Museum: ceiling decoration (18th century) (Galleria delle Carte Geografiche, Map Gallery) (110 kb, 16 December 2006)
  127. Vatican City: Vatican Museum: ceiling decoration (18th century) (Galleria delle Carte Geografiche, Map Gallery) (121 kb, 16 December 2006)
  128. Vatican City: Vatican Museum: ceiling decoration (Galleria degli Arazzi, Tapestry Gallery) (72 kb, 16 December 2006)
  129. Vatican City: Vatican Museum: ceiling decoration (Galleria degli Arazzi, Tapestry Gallery) (73 kb, 16 December 2006)
  130. Vatican City: Vatican Museum: ceiling decoration (Galleria degli Arazzi, Tapestry Gallery) (70 kb, 16 December 2006)
  131. Vatican City: Vatican Museum: ceiling decoration (Galleria degli Arazzi, Tapestry Gallery) (74 kb, 16 December 2006)
  132. Vatican City: Vatican Museum: ceiling decoration (Galleria degli Candelabri, Candelabra Gallery) (96 kb, 16 December 2006)
  133. Vatican City: Vatican Museum: ceiling decoration (mentions Pius VII) (near Sistine Chapel) (74 kb, 16 December 2006)
  134. Vatican City: Vatican Museum: ceiling decoration (near Sistine Chapel) (111 kb, 16 December 2006)
  135. Vatican City: Vatican Museum: ceiling decoration (near Sistine Chapel) (137 kb, 16 December 2006)
  136. Vatican City: Vatican Museum: ceiling decoration (near Sistine Chapel) (84 kb, 16 December 2006)
  137. Vatican City: Vatican Museum: ceiling decoration (near Sistine Hall) (105 kb, 16 December 2006)
  138. Vatican City: Vatican Museum: ceiling decoration (near Sistine Hall) (106 kb, 16 December 2006)
  139. Vatican City: Vatican Museum: ceiling decoration (Sala di Costantino, Hall of Constantine) (105 kb, 16 December 2006)
  140. Vatican City: Vatican Museum: ceiling decoration (Sala di Costantino, Hall of Constantine) (106 kb, 16 December 2006)
  141. Vatican City: Vatican Museum: ceiling decoration (Sistine Hall) (102 kb, 16 December 2006)
  142. Vatican City: Vatican Museum: ceiling decoration (Sistine Hall) (87 kb, 16 December 2006)
  143. Vatican City: Vatican Museum: ceiling decoration (Sistine Hall) (111 kb, 16 December 2006)
  144. Vatican City: Vatican Museum: ceiling decoration (Sistine Hall) (115 kb, 16 December 2006)
  145. Vatican City: Vatican Museum: ceiling decoration (Sistine Hall) (121 kb, 16 December 2006)
  146. Vatican City: Vatican Museum: ceiling decoration (Sistine Hall) (113 kb, 16 December 2006)
  147. Vatican City: Vatican Museum: ceiling decoration (with Egyptian motif) (near Sistine Chapel) (108 kb, 16 December 2006)
  148. Vatican City: Vatican Museum: ceiling medallion (1514-1517) (Stanza dell'Incendio di Borgo, Room of the Borgo Fire) (101 kb, 16 December 2006)
  149. Vatican City: Vatican Museum: ceiling medallion (1514-1517) (Stanza dell'Incendio di Borgo, Room of the Borgo Fire) (100 kb, 16 December 2006)
  150. Vatican City: Vatican Museum: ceiling painting (Galleria degli Candelabri, Candelabra Gallery) (83 kb, 16 December 2006)
  151. Vatican City: Vatican Museum: ceiling painting (Galleria degli Candelabri, Candelabra Gallery) (105 kb, 16 December 2006)
  152. Vatican City: Vatican Museum: ceiling painting (Galleria degli Candelabri, Candelabra Gallery) (115 kb, 16 December 2006)
  153. Vatican City: Vatican Museum: ceiling painting (Galleria degli Candelabri, Candelabra Gallery) (81 kb, 16 December 2006)
  154. Vatican City: Vatican Museum: coffered ceiling (1780, designed by Simonetti) (Sala Rotonda, Round Room) (99 kb, 16 December 2006)
  155. Vatican City: Vatican Museum: frescoes relating stories of Apollo and the Muses (1782-1787, decorated by Tommaso Conca) (Sala delle Muse, Room of the Muses) (102 kb, 16 December 2006)
  156. Vatican City: Vatican Museum: painted dome (near Sistine Chapel) (95 kb, 16 December 2006)
  157. Vatican City: Vatican Museum: scenes from Genesis (1511-1514, Raphael) (Stanza of Heliodorus) (109 kb, 16 December 2006)
  158. Vatican City: Vatican Museum: staircase ceiling (going from Egyptian Museum to Chiaramonti Museum) (79 kb, 16 December 2006)
  159. Vatican City: Vatican Museum: staircase ceiling (next to Sistine Chapel) (100 kb, 16 December 2006)
  160. Vatican City: Vatican Museum: staircase ceiling (next to Sistine Chapel) (111 kb, 16 December 2006)
  161. Vatican City: Vatican Museum: Triumph of Christianity over Paganism (Tommaso Siciliano) (Sala di Costantino, Hall of Constantine) (99 kb, 16 December 2006)
  162. Washington, DC: Capitol Hill: Rotunda dome, The Apotheosis of Washington (1865, Constantino Brumidi, restored 1987-1988) (116 kb, 22 July 2010)
  163. Washington, DC: Union Station (Massachusetts Avenue): ceiling (1907, Daniel Burnham, assisted by Pierce Anderson, restored 1981-1988) (72 kb, 19 March 2007)

Wooden buildings:

  1. Białka Tatrzańska, Małopolska, Poland: wooden church (1700) (126 kb, 20 July 2005)
  2. Dębno Podhalańskie, Małopolska, Poland: Archangel Michael's Church: wooden church (15th c) (96 kb, 20 July 2005)
  3. Grywald, Małopolska, Poland: St Martin's Church: wooden church (second half of 15th c) (100 kb, 20 July 2005)
  4. Harklowa, Małopolska, Poland: Church of Birth of Virgin Mary: ceiling (104 kb, 20 July 2005)
  5. Harklowa, Małopolska, Poland: Church of Birth of Virgin Mary: door (101 kb, 20 July 2005)
  6. Harklowa, Małopolska, Poland: Church of Birth of Virgin Mary: wooden church (second half of 15th c) (112 kb, 20 July 2005)
  7. Himeji, Japan: castle: main building (62 kb, 12 July 2006)
  8. Jurgów, Małopolska, Poland: Church of St Sebastian and Our Lady of the Rosary: interior (89 kb, 20 July 2005)
  9. Jurgów, Małopolska, Poland: Church of St Sebastian and Our Lady of the Rosary: wooden church (second half of 17th c) (108 kb, 20 July 2005)
  10. Kamakura, Japan: Hase-dera Temple: Kannon-dou (93 kb, 20 July 2006)
  11. Kamakura, Japan: Kenchō-ji Temple: hall beams and columns (86 kb, 20 July 2006)
  12. Kamakura, Japan: Kenchō-ji Temple: open hall (80 kb, 20 July 2006)
  13. Kennett Square, Pennsylvania (PA): Longwood Gardens: 'The Birdhouse' (2008, designed and built by Treehouse Workshop) (141 kb, 19 July 2008)
  14. Kennett Square, Pennsylvania (PA): Longwood Gardens: 'The Canopy Cathedral' (2008, designed and built by Treehouse Workshop) (146 kb, 19 July 2008)
  15. Kennett Square, Pennsylvania (PA): Longwood Gardens: 'The Lookout Loft', back half (2008, designed and built by Forever Young) (129 kb, 19 July 2008)
  16. Kennett Square, Pennsylvania (PA): Longwood Gardens: 'The Lookout Loft', column support (2008, designed and built by Forever Young) (84 kb, 19 July 2008)
  17. Kennett Square, Pennsylvania (PA): Longwood Gardens: 'The Lookout Loft', front half (2008, designed and built by Forever Young) (119 kb, 19 July 2008)
  18. Kyoto, Japan: Ginkaju-ji (Silver) Temple: Kannonden (105 kb, 15 July 2006)
  19. Kyoto, Japan: Kiyomizu-Dera Temple: beam decoration (57 kb, 14 July 2006)
  20. Kyoto, Japan: Kiyomizu-Dera Temple: beam decoration (81 kb, 14 July 2006)
  21. Kyoto, Japan: Kiyomizu-Dera Temple: gate (79 kb, 14 July 2006)
  22. Kyoto, Japan: Shimogamo Shrine: gate at night (65 kb, 12 July 2006)
  23. Media, Pennsylvania (PA): Tyler Aboretum: 'Arboreal Adventum' (2008, designer Buchart-Horn/BASCO Associates, builders Pocopson Industries) (part of 'Totally Terrific Treehouses') (150 kb, 20 July 2008)
  24. Media, Pennsylvania (PA): Tyler Aboretum: 'Arboreal Adventum' (2008, designer Buchart-Horn/BASCO Associates, builders Pocopson Industries) (part of 'Totally Terrific Treehouses') (114 kb, 20 July 2008)
  25. Media, Pennsylvania (PA): Tyler Aboretum: 'Cape May Bluebird House' (2008, designer and builder Preferred Landscaping, Inc.) (part of 'Totally Terrific Treehouses') (96 kb, 20 July 2008)
  26. Media, Pennsylvania (PA): Tyler Aboretum: 'Outlook' (2008, designer PDK Architects, builder Hessert Construction) (part of 'Totally Terrific Treehouses') (157 kb, 20 July 2008)
  27. Media, Pennsylvania (PA): Tyler Aboretum: 'Outlook' (2008, designer PDK Architects, builder Hessert Construction) (part of 'Totally Terrific Treehouses') (157 kb, 20 July 2008)
  28. Media, Pennsylvania (PA): Tyler Aboretum: 'Scared Silly' (pink elephant) (2008, designer and builder Ben Chandler, Chris McNichol, Michael Kinsley, and Surplus Salvage) (part of 'Totally Terrific Treehouses') (160 kb, 20 July 2008)
  29. Media, Pennsylvania (PA): Tyler Aboretum: 'The Bell House' (2008, designer and builder Steve Kelly, John Darling-Wolf, Russell Pierson, Mt. Airy Treehouse Players) (part of 'Totally Terrific Treehouses') (145 kb, 20 July 2008)
  30. Media, Pennsylvania (PA): Tyler Aboretum: 'Williamson Serves' (2008, designer and builder The Williamson Free School of Mechanical Trades Senior Carpentry Students) (part of 'Totally Terrific Treehouses') (127 kb, 20 July 2008)
  31. Nara, Japan: Kasuga Taisha Shrine: Nan-mon gate (91 kb, 13 July 2006)
  32. Nara, Japan: Kōfuku-ji Temple: Nan-endo (southern octagonal hall) (78 kb, 13 July 2006)
  33. Nara, Japan: Kōfuku-ji Temple: Tokondo (eastern golden hall) (68 kb, 13 July 2006)
  34. Nara, Japan: Nigatsu-dō Temple: main building (87 kb, 13 July 2006)
  35. Nara, Japan: Tōdai-ji Temple: Daibutsu-den (Great Buddha Hall) (73 kb, 13 July 2006)
  36. Nara, Japan: Tōdai-ji Temple: Nandai-mon pagoda (82 kb, 13 July 2006)
  37. Nara, Japan: Tōdai-ji Temple: Nandai-mon pagoda roof structure (98 kb, 13 July 2006)
  38. Nikkō, Japan: Tōshō-gū Shrine: five-storied pagoda detail (105 kb, 21 July 2006)
  39. Northampton, Massachusetts (MA): Smith College: Helen Hills Hills Chapel (1953-1955, William and Geoffrey Platt) (86 kb, 3 September 2005)
  40. Ojców, Małopolska, Poland: Church of St Joseph the Worker: wooden church (1901) (91 kb, 25 July 2005)
  41. Plainfield, Massachusetts (MA): Congregational Church: view (1846, architect possibly Alonso Parker, builder Captain James Cook) (82 kb, 15 August 2009)
  42. Plainfield, Massachusetts (MA): Lincoln Hill (Lincoln Street): white house, summer (built 1790s, possibly home of the Mountain Miller, Joseph Beals) (110 kb, 29 July 2008)
  43. Plainfield, Massachusetts (MA): Lincoln Hill (Lincoln Street): white house, winter (built 1790s, possibly home of the Mountain Miller, Joseph Beals) (73 kb, 6 January 2008)
  44. Plainfield, Massachusetts (MA): South Union Street: red house in snow (re-built 1993) (77 kb, 30 November 2002)
  45. Wiśniowa, Małopolska, Poland: wooden church (94 kb, 20 July 2005)
  46. Zakopane, Poland: St Clement's Church: wooden church (1847-1851) (98 kb, 22 July 2005)

Art Nouveau:

  1. Barcelona, Spain: Casa Batlló: façade (1904-1907, architect Antoni Gaudí) (104 kb, 13 December 2003)
  2. Barcelona, Spain: Casa Milà (La Pedrera): chimney pots (1906-1912, architect Antoni Gaudí) (46 kb, 13 December 2003)
  3. Barcelona, Spain: Casa Milà (La Pedrera): façade (1906-1912, architect Antoni Gaudí) (108 kb, 13 December 2003)
  4. Barcelona, Spain: La Sagrada Família: Passion façade (architect Antoni Gaudí) (95 kb, 14 December 2003)
  5. Barcelona, Spain: Palau Güell: trencadí chimney pot (1886-1888, architect Antoni Gaudí) (58 kb, 13 December 2003)
  6. Barcelona, Spain: Park Güell: autumn sun plafond (1900-1914, Antoni Gaudí and Josep Maria Jujol) (137 kb, 14 December 2003)
  7. Barcelona, Spain: Park Güell: salamander (dragon) sculpture (1900-1914, architect Antoni Gaudí) (107 kb, 14 December 2003)
  8. Barcelona, Spain: Park Güell: spring sun plafond (1900-1914, Antoni Gaudí and Josep Maria Jujol) (145 kb, 14 December 2003)
  9. Barcelona, Spain: Park Güell: summer sun plafond (1900-1914, Antoni Gaudí and Josep Maria Jujol) (133 kb, 14 December 2003)
  10. Barcelona, Spain: Park Güell: trencadí mosaics (1900-1914, architect Antoni Gaudí) (126 kb, 14 December 2003)
  11. Barcelona, Spain: Park Güell: winter sun plafond (1900-1914, Antoni Gaudí and Josep Maria Jujol) (137 kb, 14 December 2003)
  12. Berlin, Germany: Die Hackeschen (Hackesche) Höfe (Rosenthaler Straße): façade (1905-1907, architects Kurt Bendt and August Endell) (90 kb, 12 March 2006)
  13. Berlin, Germany: Kurfürstendamm 234: decoration over main door (1900-1901, art nouveau) (82 kb, 25 October 2008)
  14. Berlin, Germany: Kurfürstendamm 234: woman's head (1900-1901, art nouveau) (69 kb, 25 October 2008)
  15. Brno, Czech Republic: Minoritská 8: façade decoration (88 kb, 6 October 2010)
  16. Brno, Czech Republic: Veveří 537/56: façade (76 kb, 7 October 2010)
  17. Brussels, Belgium: 11 Avenue Jef Lambeaux: window ironwork grille (1900, architect Victor et Alphonse Boelens) (86 kb, 4 May 2010)
  18. Brussels, Belgium: 111 Avenue Ducpetiaux: window ironwork grille (97 kb, 4 May 2010)
  19. Brussels, Belgium: 12 Avenue Jef Lambeaux: door (1898, architect Georges Peereboom) (87 kb, 4 May 2010)
  20. Brussels, Belgium: 2 Avenue Palmerston: view (1898-1901, architect Victor Horta) (91 kb, 4 May 2010)
  21. Brussels, Belgium: 4 Avenue Jef Lambeaux: floral tiles (65 kb, 4 May 2010)
  22. Brussels, Belgium: 83 Rue Faider: boot scraper (1900, architect Albert Roosenboom) (85 kb, 4 May 2010)
  23. Brussels, Belgium: 83 Rue Faider: door (1900, architect Albert Roosenboom) (73 kb, 4 May 2010)
  24. Brussels, Belgium: 83 Rue Faider: wall decoration at top of house (1900, architect Albert Roosenboom) (84 kb, 4 May 2010)
  25. Brussels, Belgium: Clinique du Docteur Van Neck: view (1910, architect Antoine Pompe) (105 kb, 4 May 2010)
  26. Brussels, Belgium: Grand Place: Charles Buls memorial (1899, designed by Victor Horta and executed by Victor Rousseau) (84 kb, 8 May 2010)
  27. Brussels, Belgium: Hôtel Tassel, Rue Paul Emile Janson: view (1893, architect Victor Horta) (81 kb, 4 May 2010)
  28. Brussels, Belgium: Hôtel Van Eetvelde, Avenue Palmerston: view (1895, architect Victor Horta) (87 kb, 4 May 2010)
  29. Brussels, Belgium: Palais Stoclet: two women in sacrificial pose, (1905-1911, sculptor Emilie Schleiss-Simandl, architect Josef Hoffmann) (90 kb, 4 May 2010)
  30. Brussels, Belgium: Palais Stoclet: view (1905-1911, architect Josef Hoffmann) (71 kb, 4 May 2010)
  31. Brussels, Belgium: Palais Stoclet: west side (1905-1911, architect Josef Hoffmann) (74 kb, 4 May 2010)
  32. Brussels, Belgium: Victor Horta house, Rue Américaine: balcony (1898-1901, architect Victor Horta) (88 kb, 4 May 2010)
  33. Brussels, Belgium: Victor Horta house, Rue Américaine: door (1898-1901, architect Victor Horta) (81 kb, 4 May 2010)
  34. Brussels, Belgium: Victor Horta house, Rue Américaine: window ironwork grille (1898-1901, architect Victor Horta) (92 kb, 4 May 2010)
  35. Buffalo, New York (NY): Guaranty (Prudential) Building: column, terra cotta detail (1895-1896, Louis H. Sullivan) (109 kb, 18 July 2007)
  36. Buffalo, New York (NY): Guaranty (Prudential) Building: decoration over entrance (1895-1896, Louis H. Sullivan) (93 kb, 18 July 2007)
  37. Buffalo, New York (NY): Guaranty (Prudential) Building: entrance (1895-1896, architect Louis H. Sullivan) (96 kb, 5 August 2009)
  38. Buffalo, New York (NY): Guaranty (Prudential) Building: entrance lantern (1895-1896, Louis H. Sullivan) (99 kb, 18 July 2007)
  39. Buffalo, New York (NY): Guaranty (Prudential) Building: façade, terra cotta detail (1895-1896, Louis H. Sullivan) (86 kb, 18 July 2007)
  40. Buffalo, New York (NY): Guaranty (Prudential) Building: view (1895-1896, Louis H. Sullivan) (93 kb, 18 July 2007)
  41. Cambridge, England: Emmanuel College: North Court entrance ironwork decoration (art nouveau, 1910-1914, architect Leonard Stokes) (81 kb, 26 May 2008)
  42. Heidelberg, Germany: 2 Theaterstraße: door (75 kb, 5 May 2010)
  43. Kraków (Cracow), Poland: Franciscan Church: stained glass Father the God (1897-1902, Stanisław Wyspiański) (90 kb, 23 July 2005)
  44. Leicester, England: Granby Street: The Turkey Café, façade (1901, Arthur Wakerley) (81 kb, 20 September 2013)
  45. Lisbon, Portugal: Estação das Picoas: metro entrance (installed 1995, copy of Hector Guimard originals from Paris metro) (119 kb, 30 September 2011)
  46. Łódź, Poland: Leopold Kindermann Villa (ulica Wólczańska 31): entrance gate (1902-1903, architect Gustav Landau-Gutenteger) (91 kb, 18 July 2005)
  47. Łódź, Poland: Leopold Kindermann Villa (ulica Wólczańska 31): window (1902-1903, architect Gustav Landau-Gutenteger) (80 kb, 18 July 2005)
  48. Łódź, Poland: Leopold Kindermann Villa (ulica Wólczańska 31): window (1902-1903, architect Gustav Landau-Gutenteger) (87 kb, 19 July 2005)
  49. Łódź, Poland: Leopold Kindermann Villa (ulica Wólczańska 31): window (1902-1903, architect Gustav Landau-Gutenteger) (103 kb, 19 July 2005)
  50. New York City, NY: Museum of Modern Art (MOMA): spandrel from Gage Building (Chicago, IL, 1898-1899, Louis Sullivan) (104 kb, 3 January 2008)
  51. Paris, France: 1 Rue Mizon: window (1901, architect Noël Martin) (73 kb, 13 October 2006)
  52. Paris, France: 10 Rue Agar: view (1911, architect Hector Guimard) (88 kb, 27 April 2009)
  53. Paris, France: 10 Rue Valentin Haüy: door (art nouveau, 1904, architect Paul Denis) (77 kb, 12 October 2006)
  54. Paris, France: 10 Rue Valentin Haüy: sculpture over door of woman (1904, architect Paul Denis) (70 kb, 12 October 2006)
  55. Paris, France: 11 bis Rue César Franck: façade (1905, architects Noël and Gaston Martin, sculptor Paul Le Bègue) (87 kb, 27 March 2003)
  56. Paris, France: 11 bis Rue Valentin Haüy: window (art nouveau, 1904, architect Paul Denis) (79 kb, 12 October 2006)
  57. Paris, France: 11 Rue François Millet: view (1910, architect Hector Guimard) (98 kb, 27 April 2009)
  58. Paris, France: 11 Rue François Millet: window grille (1910, architect Hector Guimard) (74 kb, 27 April 2009)
  59. Paris, France: 12 Rue Blomet: door (85 kb, 10 October 2006)
  60. Paris, France: 134 Rue de Grenelle: window (1903, architect Jules Lavirotte) (85 kb, 5 March 2004)
  61. Paris, France: 14 Place Adolphe Chérioux: door (art nouveau, 1902, architect Henri Ragache) (82 kb, 28 March 2003)
  62. Paris, France: 148 Rue de Grenelle: caryatids surrounding window (73 kb, 12 October 2006)
  63. Paris, France: 151 Rue de Grenelle: door (art nouveau, 1898, architect Jules Lavirotte) (103 kb, 5 March 2004)
  64. Paris, France: 151 Rue de Grenelle: lizard eating corn cob on door (art nouveau, 1898, architect Jules Lavirotte) (104 kb, 5 March 2004)
  65. Paris, France: 153 Boulevard Brune: decoration above door (1906, architect Charles Van Pétéghem) (65 kb, 19 November 2007)
  66. Paris, France: 153 Boulevard Brune: window grill (1906, architect Charles Van Pétéghem) (64 kb, 19 November 2007)
  67. Paris, France: 177 Rue d'Alésia: caryatids surrounding window (1899, Denisson, Fils, sculptor M. Rouilliere) (77 kb, 13 October 2006)
  68. Paris, France: 18 Rue Henri Heine: view (1926, architect Hector Guimard) (92 kb, 27 April 2009)
  69. Paris, France: 185 Rue de Vaugirard: façade (1898, architect Henri Ragache ) (111 kb, 11 October 2006)
  70. Paris, France: 199 Avenue Victor Hugo: canopy (marquise) (c 1900) (106 kb, 27 April 2009)
  71. Paris, France: 2 Rue Lecourbe: door (art nouveau, 1902, architect Henri Ragache) (97 kb, 4 March 2004)
  72. Paris, France: 276 Boulevard Raspail: wall sculpture of a man kissing a woman (1905, architect Theo Petit, sculpture E. Derre) (71 kb, 10 October 2006)
  73. Paris, France: 276 Boulevard Raspail: wall sculpture of old woman holding old (dead?) man (1905, architect Theo Petit, sculpture E. Derre) (69 kb, 10 October 2006)
  74. Paris, France: 29 Avenue Rapp: door (art nouveau, 1901, architect Jules Lavirotte, sculptor Jean-Baptise Larrivé) (104 kb, 27 March 2003)
  75. Paris, France: 29 Avenue Rapp: façade (art nouveau, 1901, architect Jules Lavirotte) (113 kb, 2 April 2004)
  76. Paris, France: 29 Avenue Rapp: lizard on door (art nouveau, 1901, architect Jules Lavirotte) (113 kb, 28 March 2003)
  77. Paris, France: 29 Rue des Volontaires: façade (1897, architect Henri Ragache) (95 kb, 25 June 2004)
  78. Paris, France: 3 Square Rapp: door (art nouveau, 1899-1900, architect Jules Lavirotte) (91 kb, 28 March 2003)
  79. Paris, France: 48 Boulevard Raspail: door (art nouveau, 1912, architect L. Sorel) (103 kb, 13 October 2004)
  80. Paris, France: 5 Avenue Mozart: trumpet flower decoration (1908, sculptor P. Seguin, architect Du Bois d'Auberville) (69 kb, 27 April 2009)
  81. Paris, France: 5 Rue Valentin Haüy: door with pine tree motif (1905, architect H. Cadilhac, sculptor Anciaux) (77 kb, 13 October 2006)
  82. Paris, France: 50 Avenue Victor Hugo: woman over door (1902, architect Charles Plumet) (45 kb, 27 April 2009)
  83. Paris, France: 60 Rue Lecourbe: façade (1900, architect Henri Ragache) (112 kb, 13 October 2006)
  84. Paris, France: 60 Rue Lecourbe: sculpture over door of woman (1900, architect Henri Ragache) (86 kb, 10 October 2006)
  85. Paris, France: 8 Rue Bouchut: window (art nouveau, 1903, architect Paul Denis) (63 kb, 13 October 2006)
  86. Paris, France: Castel Béranger, 14 Rue la Fontaine: balcony (art nouveau, 1897-1898, architect Hector Guimard) (71 kb, 19 December 2003)
  87. Paris, France: Castel Béranger, 14 Rue la Fontaine: cat (1897-1898, architect Hector Guimard) (76 kb, 27 April 2009)
  88. Paris, France: Castel Béranger, 14 Rue la Fontaine: door (art nouveau, 1897-1898, architect Hector Guimard) (77 kb, 28 March 2003)
  89. Paris, France: Castel Béranger, 14 Rue la Fontaine: lizard on column (1897-1898, architect Hector Guimard) (60 kb, 27 April 2009)
  90. Paris, France: Castel Béranger, 14 Rue la Fontaine: lobby floor (1897-1898, architect Hector Guimard) (84 kb, 27 April 2009)
  91. Paris, France: Castel Béranger, 14 Rue la Fontaine: lobby wall (1897-1898, architect Hector Guimard) (96 kb, 27 April 2009)
  92. Paris, France: Castel Béranger, 14 Rue la Fontaine: seahorse (1897-1898, architect Hector Guimard) (86 kb, 27 April 2009)
  93. Paris, France: Ceramic Hotel, 34 Avenue de Wagram: bottom half (1904, architect Jules Lavirotte, ceramist Alexandre Bigot, sculptor Camille Alaphilippe) (113 kb, 27 April 2009)
  94. Paris, France: Ceramic Hotel, 34 Avenue de Wagram: top half (1904, architect Jules Lavirotte, ceramist Alexandre Bigot, sculptor Camille Alaphilippe) (110 kb, 27 April 2009)
  95. Paris, France: Ceramic Hotel, 34 Avenue de Wagram: vine decoration above window (1904, architect Jules Lavirotte, ceramist Alexandre Bigot, sculptor Camille Alaphilippe) (106 kb, 27 April 2009)
  96. Paris, France: Ceramic Hotel, 34 Avenue de Wagram: vine decoration around window (1904, architect Jules Lavirotte, ceramist Alexandre Bigot, sculptor Camille Alaphilippe) (101 kb, 27 April 2009)
  97. Paris, France: Hotel Guimard, 122 Avenue Mozart: door (1909, architect Hector Guimard) (77 kb, 27 April 2009)
  98. Paris, France: Hotel Guimard, 122 Avenue Mozart: view (1909, architect Hector Guimard) (98 kb, 27 April 2009)
  99. Paris, France: Hotel Mezza, 60 Rue la Fontaine: view (1911, architect Hector Guimard) (92 kb, 27 April 2009)
  100. Paris, France: Hotel Mezza, 60 Rue La Fontaine: window (1911, architect Hector Guimard) (97 kb, 2 April 2004)
  101. Paris, France: Immeuble Jassedé, 142 Avenue de Versailles: door (art nouveau, 1905, architect Hector Guimard) (86 kb, 25 June 2004)
  102. Paris, France: Les Arums, 33 Rue du Champ de Mars: doors (art nouveau, 1900, architect Octave Raquin) (79 kb, 5 March 2004)
  103. Paris, France: Les Arums, 33 Rue du Champ de Mars: lily detail (art nouveau, 1900, architect Octave Raquin) (49 kb, 13 October 2006)
  104. Paris, France: Lycée Leonardo da Vinci, 12 Rue Sedillot: balcony (1899, architect Jules Lavirotte) (87 kb, 2 April 2004)
  105. Paris, France: Lycée Leonardo da Vinci, 12 Rue Sedillot: window (1899, architect Jules Lavirotte) (97 kb, 2 April 2004)
  106. Paris, France: metro station Chardon-Lagache: metalwork (art nouveau, 1913, architect Hector Guimard) (121 kb, 19 December 2003)
  107. Paris, France: Orève, 25 Rue de la Pompe: view (1911, architect Lecourtois) (95 kb, 27 April 2009)
  108. Paris, France: Rue Agar: window (1911, architect Hector Guimard) (75 kb, 2 April 2004)
  109. Paris, France: Rue des Abbesses, Abbesses metro station: view (architect Hector Guimard) (138 kb, 8 January 2011)
  110. Paris, France: synagogue, 10 Rue Pavée: façade (1913, architect Hector Guimard) (83 kb, 13 October 2004)
  111. Prague, Czech Republic: U Obecního domu, Hotel Pariz (Paris): façade (1904, Jan Vejrych) (98 kb, 9 October 2010)
  112. Richmond, Virginia (VA): Virginia Museum of Fine Arts: bed (c 1905-1908, Louis Majorelle) (56 kb, 20 July 2010)
  113. Richmond, Virginia (VA): Virginia Museum of Fine Arts: cabinet (c 1899, remodeled after 1909, Hector Guimard, from his office in Castel Béranger) (59 kb, 20 July 2010)
  114. Richmond, Virginia (VA): Virginia Museum of Fine Arts: desk (1909, Hector Guimard) (56 kb, 20 July 2010)
  115. Richmond, Virginia (VA): Virginia Museum of Fine Arts: Fire Screen (c 1900, attributed to Emile Gallé, leather by M. Melchoir) (66 kb, 20 July 2010)
  116. Richmond, Virginia (VA): Virginia Museum of Fine Arts: Sideboard, autumn (1903, Emile Gallé, Paul Holderbach created gilded-iron mounts, August Herbst designed the marquetry panels) (62 kb, 20 July 2010)
  117. Utrecht, Netherlands: Trans 21-41 (Sic Semper): floral tiles above window (1890, architect P.J. Houtzaters) (70 kb, 28 February 2007)

Art Deco / Modernist:

  1. Asbury Park, New Jersey (NJ): Casino: Carousel window (1929, architect Warren and Wetmore) (68 kb, 17 July 2008)
  2. Asbury Park, New Jersey (NJ): Casino: window (1929, architect Warren and Wetmore) (64 kb, 9 August 2009)
  3. Asbury Park, New Jersey (NJ): Casino: winged horse (1929, architect Warren and Wetmore) (70 kb, 9 August 2009)
  4. Asbury Park, New Jersey (NJ): Convention Hall: sea creature decoration (1923, architect Warren and Wetmore) (79 kb, 9 August 2009)
  5. Asbury Park, New Jersey (NJ): Convention Hall: theater face on west wall (1923, architect Warren and Wetmore) (70 kb, 9 August 2009)
  6. Berlin, Germany: Am Rupenhorn 24 (Buchthal Villa): view (1929-1932, architects Hans and Wassili Luckhardt and Alfons Anker) (143 kb, 12 March 2006)
  7. Berlin, Germany: Am Rupenhorn 25 (Kluge Villa): view (1929-1930, architects Hans and Wassili Luckhardt and Alfons Anker) (101 kb, 12 March 2006)
  8. Berlin, Germany: Am Rupenhorn 6 (Mendelsohn Villa): view (1928-1930, architect Erich Mendelsohn) (129 kb, 12 March 2006)
  9. Berlin, Germany: Bahnhof Zoologisher Garten: view (1934-1940, architect Fritz Hane) (63 kb, 25 October 2008)
  10. Berlin, Germany: Dircksenstraße 38: façade (85 kb, 12 March 2006)
  11. Berlin, Germany: Filmtheater Babylon (Rosa-Luxembourg-Straße): view (1927-1929, architect Hans Pölzig) (71 kb, 12 March 2006)
  12. Berlin, Germany: Flatowallee 16, Unité d'Habitation: view end on (built for Interbau 1957, architect Le Corbusier) (67 kb, 12 March 2006)
  13. Berlin, Germany: Flatowallee 16, Unité d'Habitation: view from front (built for Interbau 1957, architect Le Corbusier) (115 kb, 12 March 2006)
  14. Berlin, Germany: Haus Loeser and Wolff (Potsdamer Straße): view (1928-1930, Albert Biebendt; top two floors, 2002-2004, von Gerkan, Marg und Partner) (72 kb, 29 October 2008)
  15. Berlin, Germany: Heerstraße 107 (Sternefeld Villa): view (1923-1924, architect Erich Mendelsohn) (110 kb, 12 March 2006)
  16. Berlin, Germany: IG Metall (Deutscher Metallarbeiter Verband, Metal Workers Union Building) (Alte Jakobstraße): view (1929-1930, Erich Mendelsohn) (90 kb, 26 October 2008)
  17. Berlin, Germany: IG Metall (Deutscher Metallarbeiter Verband, Metal Workers Union Building) (Alte Jakobstraße): view at back (1929-1930, Erich Mendelsohn) (80 kb, 26 October 2008)
  18. Berlin, Germany: Karolingerplatz 5/5a (Doppelvilla): snowy view (1922, architect Erich Mendelsohn) (97 kb, 12 March 2006)
  19. Berlin, Germany: Mosse Publishing House (at time of photo, Total) (corner of Jerusalemstraße and Schützenstraße): view (1921-1922, Erich Mendelsohn; renovated 1995, Jürgen Fissler and Hans-Christof Ernst) (90 kb, 26 October 2008)
  20. Berlin, Germany: Shellhaus (Reichpietschufer): view (1930-1931, architect Emil Fahrenkamp) (93 kb, 29 October 2008)
  21. Bexhill-on-Sea, England: De La Warr Pavilion: auditorium (Australian) walnut veneer wall (1935, Erich Mendelsohn and Serge Chermayeff; restored 2005, John McAslan and Partners) (79 kb, 9 September 2007)
  22. Bexhill-on-Sea, England: De La Warr Pavilion: auditorium ceiling (1935, Erich Mendelsohn and Serge Chermayeff; restored 2005, John McAslan and Partners) (55 kb, 9 September 2007)
  23. Bexhill-on-Sea, England: De La Warr Pavilion: cantilevered north stairwell, exterior (1935, Erich Mendelsohn and Serge Chermayeff; restored 2005, John McAslan and Partners) (54 kb, 9 September 2007)
  24. Bexhill-on-Sea, England: De La Warr Pavilion: north stairwell windows (1935, Erich Mendelsohn and Serge Chermayeff; restored 2005, John McAslan and Partners) (84 kb, 9 September 2007)
  25. Bexhill-on-Sea, England: De La Warr Pavilion: roof terrace (1935, Erich Mendelsohn and Serge Chermayeff; restored 2005, John McAslan and Partners) (61 kb, 9 September 2007)
  26. Bexhill-on-Sea, England: De La Warr Pavilion: south façade (1935, Erich Mendelsohn and Serge Chermayeff; restored 2005, John McAslan and Partners) (56 kb, 9 September 2007)
  27. Bexhill-on-Sea, England: De La Warr Pavilion: spiral staircase (1935, Erich Mendelsohn and Serge Chermayeff; restored 2005, John McAslan and Partners) (68 kb, 9 September 2007)
  28. Bexhill-on-Sea, England: De La Warr Pavilion: spiral staircase and chandelier from above (1935, Erich Mendelsohn and Serge Chermayeff; restored 2005, John McAslan and Partners) (65 kb, 9 September 2007)
  29. Bexhill-on-Sea, England: De La Warr Pavilion: spiral staircase and chandelier from below (1935, Erich Mendelsohn and Serge Chermayeff; restored 2005, John McAslan and Partners) (41 kb, 9 September 2007)
  30. Bexhill-on-Sea, England: De La Warr Pavilion: spiral staircase handrail (1935, Erich Mendelsohn and Serge Chermayeff; restored 2005, John McAslan and Partners) (62 kb, 9 September 2007)
  31. Bexhill-on-Sea, England: De La Warr Pavilion: terrace outside spiral staircase (1935, Erich Mendelsohn and Serge Chermayeff; restored 2005, John McAslan and Partners) (56 kb, 9 September 2007)
  32. Boulogne-Billancourt, France: 23 Rue de la Tourelle: view (1934, architects Le Corbusier and Pierre Jeanneret) (88 kb, 27 April 2009)
  33. Boulogne-Billancourt, France: Villa Collinet, 8 Rue Denfert-Rochereau: view (1926, architect Robert Mallet-Stevens) (65 kb, 27 April 2009)
  34. Boulogne-Billancourt, France: Villa Cook, 6 Rue Denfert-Rochereau: view (1927, architects Le Corbusier and Pierre Jeanneret) (72 kb, 27 April 2009)
  35. Brno, Czech Republic: Kounicova, Sokol Brno I: entrance (1928-1929, Miloše Lamla) (69 kb, 6 October 2010)
  36. Brno, Czech Republic: Kounicova, Sokol Brno I: view (1928-1929, Miloše Lamla) (70 kb, 6 October 2010)
  37. Brno, Czech Republic: Nádražní, Cestovní kancelář ČEDOK (Travel Agency Cedok): view (1928, Oskar Poříska, originally the headquarters of the Exhibition of Contemporary Culture in Czechoslovakia, and/or City Accomodation Office) (81 kb, 9 October 2010)
  38. Buffalo, New York (NY): 17 Court Street (was Buffalo Industrial Bank): façade border detail (c 1929) (79 kb, 18 July 2007)
  39. Buffalo, New York (NY): 17 Court Street (was Buffalo Industrial Bank): façade detail (c 1929) (88 kb, 18 July 2007)
  40. Buffalo, New York (NY): City Hall, Niagara Square: decoration over door (1929-1931, George J. Dietel, John J. Wade and Sullivan W. Jones) (77 kb, 18 July 2007)
  41. Buffalo, New York (NY): City Hall, Niagara Square: entrance bas-relief (1929-1931, George J. Dietel, John J. Wade and Sullivan W. Jones) (73 kb, 18 July 2007)
  42. Buffalo, New York (NY): City Hall, Niagara Square: entrance façade (1929-1931, George J. Dietel, John J. Wade and Sullivan W. Jones) (69 kb, 18 July 2007)
  43. Buffalo, New York (NY): United States Court House, Niagara Street: lantern (1935, architects Edward B. Green and William Sydney Wicks) (48 kb, 18 July 2007)
  44. Cambridge, England: Corpus Christi College: gate (art deco, c1930, architect G Dawbarn) (82 kb, 11 May 2008)
  45. Cambridge, England: Paradise Street: Guthrie Court door (2008, architect Hadley Design Associates) (89 kb, 18 October 2008)
  46. Cambridge, England: St John's College: gate to Chapel Court (art deco, 1938-1940, Edward Maufe) (90 kb, 2 April 2005)
  47. Glasgow, Scotland: Glasgow University, Department of Chemistry (Joseph Black Building): staircase and window wall (1936-1939, architects T Harold Hughes and David S R Waugh) (75 kb, 8 February 2006)
  48. Glasgow, Scotland: Glasgow University, Department of Chemistry (Joseph Black Building): stairs (1936-1939, architects T Harold Hughes and David S R Waugh) (72 kb, 8 February 2006)
  49. Glasgow, Scotland: Glasgow University, Department of Chemistry (Joseph Black Building): stairwell (1936-1939, architects T Harold Hughes and David S R Waugh) (87 kb, 8 February 2006)
  50. Impington, England: Impington Village College: view from front (1936-1939, architects Walter Gropius and Maxwell Fry) (97 kb, 18 February 2006)
  51. Karlsruhe (Oberreut), Germany: Albert-Braun-Straße 12 a-h: view from front (1927-1929, Walter Gropius) (66 kb, 11 December 2008)
  52. Karlsruhe (Oberreut), Germany: Albert-Braun-Straße 12 d-e: view from rear (1927-1929, Walter Gropius) (102 kb, 11 December 2008)
  53. Karlsruhe (Oberreut), Germany: Albert-Braun-Straße 14 a-h: view from front (1927-1929, Walter Gropius) (80 kb, 11 December 2008)
  54. Karlsruhe (Weiherfeld-Dammerstock), Germany: Dammerstockstraße 23: view (1927-1929, Walter Gropius) (79 kb, 11 December 2008)
  55. Karlsruhe (Weiherfeld-Dammerstock), Germany: Nürnberger Straße 3-5: view (1927-1929, Otto Haesler) (44 kb, 11 December 2008)
  56. Karlsruhe (Weiherfeld-Dammerstock), Germany: Nürnberger Straße 3: view (1927-1929, Otto Haesler) (50 kb, 11 December 2008)
  57. Kraków (Cracow), Poland: ulica Skałeczna: Pauline Seminary (Seminarium Paulinów) (1934) (85 kb, 24 July 2005)
  58. Leicester, England: Rutland Street: Athena (1938, Harry Weedon, assisted by Robert Arthur Bullivant) (71 kb, 20 September 2013)
  59. Leicester, England: York Road: Hodges and Drake Design (72 kb, 20 September 2013)
  60. Lincoln, Massachusetts (MA): Breuer House: view (1938-1939, architects Walter Gropius and Marcel Breuer, much extended) (101 kb, 25 September 2004)
  61. Lincoln, Massachusetts (MA): Ford House: view (1938-1939, architects Walter Gropius and Marcel Breuer) (117 kb, 25 September 2004)
  62. Lincoln, Massachusetts (MA): Gropius House: back view (1937-1938, architects Walter Gropius and Marcel Breuer) (94 kb, 25 September 2004)
  63. Lincoln, Massachusetts (MA): Gropius House: front view (1937-1938, architects Walter Gropius and Marcel Breuer) (122 kb, 25 September 2004)
  64. Lincoln, Massachusetts (MA): Gropius House: living quarters and roof deck (1937-1938, architects Walter Gropius and Marcel Breuer) (100 kb, 25 September 2004)
  65. Lincoln, Massachusetts (MA): Gropius House: main entrance (1937-1938, architects Walter Gropius and Marcel Breuer) (85 kb, 25 September 2004)
  66. Łódź, Poland: aleja Kościuszki 12: door (76 kb, 18 July 2005)
  67. Łódź, Poland: aleja Kościuszki 83: façade (58 kb, 18 July 2005)
  68. London, England: 1 New Oxford Street: corner of building (art deco) (74 kb, 24 September 2007)
  69. London, England: 1-3 Willow Road (Hampstead): view (1939, Ernö Goldfinger) (84 kb, 21 September 2008)
  70. London, England: 120 Fleet Street (former Daily Express Building): east wall sculpture (1932, designed by Robert Atkinson) (120 kb, 21 September 2002)
  71. London, England: 120 Fleet Street (former Daily Express Building): star burst ceiling (1932, designed by Robert Atkinson) (90 kb, 21 September 2002)
  72. London, England: 64 Heath Drive, Romford: view (1934, Berthold Lubetkin and Francis Skinner, Tecton; top right room is extension dating from before 1939; bridge is recent addition) (53 kb, 16 September 2007)
  73. London, England: 85-89 Genesta Road (Plumstead): view (1933-1934, Berthold Lubetkin) (72 kb, 21 September 2008)
  74. London, England: Cranbourne Street (Leicester Square), Vue Cinema (was Warner Theatre): Sight and Sound, female figure (1938, architects Edward A. Stone and T.R. Somerford, sculptor Edward Bainbridge Copnall) (95 kb, 25 September 2010)
  75. London, England: Cranbourne Street (Leicester Square), Vue Cinema (was Warner Theatre): Sight and Sound, male figure (1938, architects Edward A. Stone and T.R. Somerford, sculptor Edward Bainbridge Copnall) (102 kb, 25 September 2010)
  76. London, England: Dagenham Civic Centre (was Town Hall): lobby ceiling (1936-1937, architect E Berry Webber; refurbished 2003, Richard Griffiths Architects and Hawkins\Brown) (61 kb, 16 September 2007)
  77. London, England: Dagenham Civic Centre (was Town Hall): main entrance (1936-1937, architect E Berry Webber) (76 kb, 16 September 2007)
  78. London, England: Dagenham Civic Centre (was Town Hall): stairwell from outside (1936-1937, architect E Berry Webber) (87 kb, 16 September 2007)
  79. London, England: Pioneer Health Centre (now Frobisher Place; St Mary's Road, Peckham): east façade (1934-1935, architect Owen Williams) (80 kb, 16 September 2007)
  80. London, England: Pioneer Health Centre (now Frobisher Place; St Mary's Road, Peckham): south façade (1934-1935, architect Owen Williams) (75 kb, 16 September 2007)
  81. London, England: Pioneer Health Centre (now Frobisher Place; St Mary's Road, Peckham): swimming pool (1934-1935, architect Owen Williams) (79 kb, 16 September 2007)
  82. London, England: Pioneer Health Centre (now Frobisher Place; St Mary's Road, Peckham): swimming pool diving platform (1934-1935, architect Owen Williams) (70 kb, 16 September 2007)
  83. London, England: St Olaf House, Tooley Street: view (1928-1932, architect H.S. Goodhart-Rendel) (62 kb, 2 September 2007)
  84. London, England: Trafalgar Square: east fountain mermaid and dolphins (1939, installed 1948, William McMillan) (98 kb, 25 September 2010)
  85. London, England: Trafalgar Square: east fountain merman and dolphins (1939, installed 1948, William McMillan) (88 kb, 25 September 2010)
  86. London, England: Trafalgar Square: west fountain mermaid and dolphin (1939, installed 1948, Charles Wheeler) (105 kb, 25 September 2010)
  87. London, England: Trafalgar Square: west fountain merman and dolphin (1939, installed 1948, Charles Wheeler) (103 kb, 25 September 2010)
  88. Mézy-sur-Seine, France: Villa Paul Poiret: exterior (art deco, 1921-1923, architect Robert Mallet-Stevens) (77 kb, 12 June 2005)
  89. Mézy-sur-Seine, France: Villa Paul Poiret: sun room windows (art deco, 1921-1923, architect Robert Mallet-Stevens) (63 kb, 12 June 2005)
  90. Miami Beach, Florida (FL): 1024 Ocean Drive: view (77 kb, 14 July 2010)
  91. Miami Beach, Florida (FL): 444 Ocean Drive: façade (57 kb, 14 July 2010)
  92. Miami Beach, Florida (FL): Avalon, Ocean Drive: view (1940, architect Albert Anis) (90 kb, 14 July 2010)
  93. Miami Beach, Florida (FL): Breakwater Hotel, Ocean Drive: view (1939) (73 kb, 14 July 2010)
  94. Miami Beach, Florida (FL): Casablanca, Ocean Drive: façade (55 kb, 14 July 2010)
  95. Miami Beach, Florida (FL): Cavalier, Ocean Drive: façade (64 kb, 14 July 2010)
  96. Miami Beach, Florida (FL): Colony Hotel, Ocean Drive: view (1935, architect Henry Hohauser) (87 kb, 14 July 2010)
  97. Miami Beach, Florida (FL): Colony Hotel, Ocean Drive: view at night (1935, architect Henry Hohauser) (75 kb, 13 July 2010)
  98. Miami Beach, Florida (FL): Congress Hotel, Ocean Drive: view (1936, architect Henry Hohauser) (75 kb, 14 July 2010)
  99. Miami Beach, Florida (FL): Crescent, Ocean Drive: view (1932, architect Henry Hohauser) (77 kb, 14 July 2010)
  100. Miami Beach, Florida (FL): Leslie Hotel, Ocean Drive: view (1937, architect Albert Anis; renovated 1977) (71 kb, 14 July 2010)
  101. Miami Beach, Florida (FL): McAlpin Hotel, Ocean Drive: view (1940) (76 kb, 14 July 2010)
  102. Miami Beach, Florida (FL): Netherland, Ocean Drive: fountain (86 kb, 14 July 2010)
  103. Miami Beach, Florida (FL): Ocean Plaza, Ocean Drive: view (88 kb, 14 July 2010)
  104. Miami Beach, Florida (FL): Park Central, Ocean Drive: view (1937, architect Henry Hohauser) (80 kb, 14 July 2010)
  105. Miami Beach, Florida (FL): Penguin Hotel, Ocean Drive: view (1948, architect Henry Hohauser; refurbished 2006) (82 kb, 14 July 2010)
  106. Miami Beach, Florida (FL): Ritz Plaza Hotel, Collins Avenue: view at back (1939, architect L. Murray Dixon; originally Grossinger Beach Hotel; being refurbished) (56 kb, 14 July 2010)
  107. Miami Beach, Florida (FL): The Carlyle, Ocean Drive: view (74 kb, 14 July 2010)
  108. Miami Beach, Florida (FL): Winter Haven, Ocean Drive: view (architect Albert Anis) (73 kb, 14 July 2010)
  109. New York City, NY: 14 West 49th Street (One Rockefeller Plaza, Rockefeller Center): 'Progress' (decoration above door) (art deco, 1937, Lee Lawrie, colorist Leon V. Solon) (69 kb, 17 March 2007)
  110. New York City, NY: 30 Rockefeller Plaza (GE Building, formerly RCA Building, Rockefeller Center): 'Light' (decoration above right door) (art deco, 1932, Lee Lawrie, colorist Leon V. Solon) (46 kb, 18 March 2007)
  111. New York City, NY: 30 Rockefeller Plaza (GE Building, formerly RCA Building, Rockefeller Center): 'Sound' (decoration above left door) (art deco, 1932, Lee Lawrie, colorist Leon V. Solon) (45 kb, 17 March 2007)
  112. New York City, NY: 30 Rockefeller Plaza (GE Building, formerly RCA Building, Rockefeller Center): 'Wisdom' (decoration above center door) (art deco, 1932, Lee Lawrie, colorist Leon V. Solon) (72 kb, 18 March 2007)
  113. New York City, NY: 45 Rockefeller Plaza (International Building, Rockefeller Center): 'Demolition' (part of 'To Commemorate the Workmen of the Center') wall decoration (art deco, 1935, Gaston Lachaise) (50 kb, 18 March 2007)
  114. New York City, NY: 45 Rockefeller Plaza (International Building, Rockefeller Center): 'The Purpose of the International Building' (or 'The Story of Man') (wall decoration above door) (art deco, 1935, Lee Lawrie, colorist Leon V. Solon) (82 kb, 17 March 2007)
  115. New York City, NY: 49 West 49th Street (30 Rockefeller Plaza, Rockefeller Center): 'Transmission' (c1934, Leo Friedlander) (59 kb, 3 January 2008)
  116. New York City, NY: 49 West 49th Street (30 Rockefeller Plaza, Rockefeller Center): 'Transmission' (c1934, Leo Friedlander) (52 kb, 3 January 2008)
  117. New York City, NY: 610 Fifth Avenue (La Maison Française, Rockefeller Center): 'Seeds of Good Citizenship' (decoration above Channel Gardens entrance) (art deco, 1933, Lee Lawrie, colorist Leon V. Solon) (54 kb, 3 January 2008)
  118. New York City, NY: 610 Fifth Avenue (La Maison Française, Rockefeller Center): 'The Friendship of France and the United States' (bottom half -- Poetry, Beauty and Elegance -- of panel above main entrance) (art deco, 1933, Alfred Janniot) (106 kb, 17 March 2007)
  119. New York City, NY: 610 Fifth Avenue (La Maison Française, Rockefeller Center): 'The Friendship of France and the United States' (panel above main entrance) (art deco, 1933, Alfred Janniot) (99 kb, 18 March 2007)
  120. New York City, NY: 610 Fifth Avenue (La Maison Française, Rockefeller Center): 'Torch of Freedom' (or 'Gallic Freedom') (decoration above main entrance) (art deco, 1933, Alfred Janniot) (68 kb, 18 March 2007)
  121. New York City, NY: 620 Fifth Avenue (British Empire Building, Rockefeller Center): 'Industries of the British Commonwealth' (sculptures above door -- salt, wheat, wool, coal, fish, cotton, tobacco and sugar -- art deco, 1932, Carl Paul Jennewein) (54 kb, 17 March 2007)
  122. New York City, NY: 620 Fifth Avenue (British Empire Building, Rockefeller Center): 'Mercury with Blazing Sun' (decoration above Channel Gardens entrance) (art deco, 1932, Lee Lawrie, colorist Leon V. Solon) (69 kb, 3 January 2008)
  123. New York City, NY: 636 Fifth Avenue (International Building North, Rockefeller Center): 'Youth Leading Industry' (glass block bas-relief over door) (art deco, 1936, Attilra Piccirilli) (58 kb, 18 March 2007)
  124. New York City, NY: 9 West 50th Street (International Building, Rockefeller Center): 'St Francis of Assisi with Birds' (decoration over door) (1935, Lee Lawrie, colorist Leon V. Solon) (64 kb, 18 March 2007)
  125. New York City, NY: Chrysler Building (135 East 42nd Street): entrance (art deco, 1928-1930, William Van Alen) (77 kb, 18 March 2007)
  126. New York City, NY: Chrysler Building (405 Lexington Avenue): view (art deco, 1928-1930, William Van Alen) (38 kb, 18 March 2007)
  127. New York City, NY: Chrysler Building (Lexington Avenue): lantern (art deco, 1928-1930, William Van Alen) (66 kb, 18 March 2007)
  128. New York City, NY: Empire State Building: façade detail (1929-1931, architect Shreve, Lamb and Harmon) (69 kb, 2 January 2008)
  129. New York City, NY: Radio City Music Hall (Sixth Avenue, Avenue of the Americas): 'Evening' (decoration over entrance) (art deco, 1932, Robert Garrison) (63 kb, 18 March 2007)
  130. New York City, NY: Radio City Music Hall (Sixth Avenue, Avenue of the Americas): 'Morning' (decoration over entrance) (art deco, 1932, Robert Garrison) (62 kb, 18 March 2007)
  131. New York City, NY: Radio City Music Hall (Sixth Avenue, Avenue of the Americas): 'Present' (decoration over entrance) (art deco, 1932, Robert Garrison) (58 kb, 18 March 2007)
  132. New York City, NY: Radio City Music Hall (West 50th Street): 'Dance' (enameled metal rondel) (art deco, 1932, Hildreth Meiere) (75 kb, 18 March 2007)
  133. New York City, NY: Radio City Music Hall (West 50th Street): 'Drama' (enameled metal rondel) (art deco, 1932, Hildreth Meiere) (70 kb, 18 March 2007)
  134. New York City, NY: Radio City Music Hall (West 50th Street): 'Song' (enameled metal rondel) (art deco, 1932, Hildreth Meiere) (64 kb, 18 March 2007)
  135. New York City, NY: Rockefeller Plaza (Rockefeller Center): 'Maiden' (part of 'Mankind') (1934, Paul Manship) (87 kb, 3 January 2008)
  136. New York City, NY: Rockefeller Plaza (Rockefeller Center): 'Prometheus' (skating rink, lower plaza, sculpture) (art deco, 1934, Paul Manship) (71 kb, 18 March 2007)
  137. New York City, NY: Rockefeller Plaza (Rockefeller Center): 'Youth' (part of 'Mankind') (1934, Paul Manship) (99 kb, 3 January 2008)
  138. New York City, NY: United Nations (First Avenue), General Assembly Building: balconies (1947-1953, Le Corbusier, Oscar Niemeyer, Sir Howard Robertson, et al. with Harrison and Abramovitz) (66 kb, 18 March 2007)
  139. Nijmegen, Netherlands: Tankstelle Auto Palace (gas station): view (Neuen Sachlichkeit style, 1936, architects B.J. Meerman and J. van der Pijll; gas station closed 1977; restored 1993 by Architektenbureau Koos van Lith) (45 kb, 26 March 2009)
  140. Nijmegen, Netherlands: Tankstelle Auto Palace (gas station): view (Neuen Sachlichkeit style, 1936, architects B.J. Meerman and J. van der Pijll; gas station closed 1977; restored 1993 by Architektenbureau Koos van Lith) (68 kb, 26 March 2009)
  141. Paris, France: 10 Rue Mallet-Stevens: exterior (art deco, 1927, architect Robert Mallet-Stevens, stained glass windows by Louis Barillet) (78 kb, 2 April 2004)
  142. Paris, France: 12, 10 Rue Mallet-Stevens: view (1927, architect Robert Mallet-Stevens) (71 kb, 27 April 2009)
  143. Paris, France: 16-18 Rue des Favorites (was Centre de Chèques Postaux): view (1932-1935, Michel Roux-Spitz) (76 kb, 19 November 2007)
  144. Paris, France: 17 Square de Montsouris: view (c 1930, D. Zielinsky) (100 kb, 19 November 2007)
  145. Paris, France: 24 Rue Nungesser-et-Coli: bathroom (1934, architects Le Corbusier and Pierre Jeanneret) (39 kb, 27 April 2009)
  146. Paris, France: 24 Rue Nungesser-et-Coli: bedroom (1934, architects Le Corbusier and Pierre Jeanneret) (30 kb, 27 April 2009)
  147. Paris, France: 24 Rue Nungesser-et-Coli: chaise longue (1934, architects Le Corbusier and Pierre Jeanneret) (50 kb, 27 April 2009)
  148. Paris, France: 24 Rue Nungesser-et-Coli: spiral staircase (1934, architects Le Corbusier and Pierre Jeanneret) (37 kb, 27 April 2009)
  149. Paris, France: 24 Rue Nungesser-et-Coli: view (1934, architects Le Corbusier and Pierre Jeanneret) (94 kb, 27 April 2009)
  150. Paris, France: 3 Rue Gauguet: view (c 1930, D. Zielinsky) (79 kb, 19 November 2007)
  151. Paris, France: 3 Rue Raffet: door (art deco, 1929, architect Ch. Plumet) (80 kb, 25 June 2004)
  152. Paris, France: 47 Rue des Favorites: façade (art deco, 1932, architects Daniel Jasson Coquet) (85 kb, 14 October 2004)
  153. Paris, France: 5 Rue Gauguet: view (c 1930, D. Zielinsky) (84 kb, 19 November 2007)
  154. Paris, France: 50 Rue Falguière: deco woman (sculptor G. Petit) (53 kb, 13 October 2006)
  155. Paris, France: 65 Boulevard Garibaldi: deco woman (1929, architect Jean Boucher and Pierre Soulard, sculptor F.P. Joyeux) (55 kb, 12 October 2006)
  156. Paris, France: 65 Boulevard Garibaldi: deco woman (1929, architect Jean Boucher and Pierre Soulard, sculptor F.P. Joyeux) (56 kb, 12 October 2006)
  157. Paris, France: 7 Rue Gauguet: view (c 1930, D. Zielinsky) (53 kb, 19 November 2007)
  158. Paris, France: 9 Rue Vavin: door (art deco) (80 kb, 4 March 2004)
  159. Paris, France: Atelier Barillet, 15 Square de Vergennes: stained glass (art deco, 1932, architect Robert Mallet-Stevens, stained glass windows by Louis Barillet) (104 kb, 13 October 2004)
  160. Paris, France: Atelier Barillet, 15 Square de Vergennes: stained glass detail, Athena (art deco, 1932, architect Robert Mallet-Stevens, stained glass windows by Louis Barillet) (97 kb, 19 November 2007)
  161. Paris, France: Atelier Barillet, 15 Square de Vergennes: view at dusk (art deco, 1932, architect Robert Mallet-Stevens, stained glass windows by Louis Barillet; restored 2001-2002) (110 kb, 13 October 2004)
  162. Paris, France: Atelier Barillet, 15 Square de Vergennes: view in daytime (art deco, 1932, architect Robert Mallet-Stevens, stained glass windows by Louis Barillet; restored 2001-2002) (102 kb, 19 November 2007)
  163. Paris, France: Atelier Georg and Gromaire: view (1925, André Lurçat) (57 kb, 19 November 2007)
  164. Paris, France: BMW Garage, 109 Rue de la Tombe-Issoire: view (1930s) (65 kb, 19 November 2007)
  165. Paris, France: Caserne des sapeurs / pompiers, 8 Rue Mesnil: view (1936, architect Robert Mallet-Stevens) (64 kb, 27 April 2009)
  166. Paris, France: Fondation Suisse (Cité Internationale Universitaire de Paris): view (1932-1933, Le Corbusier and Pierre Jeanneret) (111 kb, 19 November 2007)
  167. Paris, France: Fondation Suisse (Cité Internationale Universitaire de Paris): view (1932-1933, Le Corbusier and Pierre Jeanneret) (72 kb, 19 November 2007)
  168. Paris, France: former Cinéma Victor Hugo, 65 Rue Saint Didier: view (1930-1931, architects Jean Charaval and Marcel Mélendes) (72 kb, 27 April 2009)
  169. Paris, France: Maison du Brésil (Cité Internationale Universitaire de Paris): view (1959, Le Corbusier and Lucio Costa) (81 kb, 19 November 2007)
  170. Paris, France: Maison du Brésil (Cité Internationale Universitaire de Paris): view (1959, Le Corbusier and Lucio Costa) (84 kb, 19 November 2007)
  171. Paris, France: Maison Ozenfont, 53 Avenue Reille: view (1923, Le Corbusier and Pierre Jeanneret) (98 kb, 19 November 2007)
  172. Paris, France: Maison Townshend, 1 Villa Seurat: view (1926, André Lurçat) (60 kb, 19 November 2007)
  173. Paris, France: Rue Dupleix, École Cardinal Amette: view (c 1935, Edouard Boegner) (104 kb, 2 November 2010)
  174. Paris, France: Villa Chanez: gate (121 kb, 27 April 2009)
  175. Paris, France: Villa Chanez: gate detail (87 kb, 27 April 2009)
  176. Paris, France: Villa Guggenbuhl, corner Rue Nansouty and Rue Georges-Braque: view (1927, André Lurçat) (79 kb, 19 November 2007)
  177. Paris, France: Villa Jeanneret, 8 Square du Docteur Blanche: view (1925, architects Le Corbusier and Pierre Jeanneret) (51 kb, 27 April 2009)
  178. Paris, France: Villa La Roche, 10 Square du Docteur Blanche: entrance hall window wall (1923-1925, architects Le Corbusier and Pierre Jeanneret) (61 kb, 2 April 2004)
  179. Poissy, France: Villa Savoye: bathtub and day bed in master bedroom (1928-1931, architects Le Corbusier and Pierre Jeanneret) (49 kb, 19 December 2003)
  180. Poissy, France: Villa Savoye: exterior ramp and window (1928-1931, architects Le Corbusier and Pierre Jeanneret) (47 kb, 19 December 2003)
  181. Poissy, France: Villa Savoye: semi-spiral staircase (1928-1931, architects Le Corbusier and Pierre Jeanneret) (58 kb, 3 April 2004)
  182. Poissy, France: Villa Savoye: view (1928-1931, architects Le Corbusier and Pierre Jeanneret) (51 kb, 19 December 2003)
  183. Poissy, France: Villa Savoye: view (1928-1931, architects Le Corbusier and Pierre Jeanneret) (57 kb, 3 April 2004)
  184. Rastatt, Germany: Bahnhofstraße 35: façade detail (art deco, 1926) (60 kb, 18 April 2008)
  185. Richmond, Virginia (VA): Virginia Museum of Fine Arts: clock (c 1929, Albert Cheuret) (48 kb, 20 July 2010)
  186. Richmond, Virginia (VA): Virginia Museum of Fine Arts: sofa (c 1927, Marcel Coard, for Jacques Doucet residence) (55 kb, 20 July 2010)
  187. Richmond, Virginia (VA): Virginia Museum of Fine Arts: sun bed (1930, Emile-Jacques Ruhlmann, for Jane Renouardt residence, Saint Cloud, France) (46 kb, 20 July 2010)
  188. Scarborough, England: Stephen Joseph Theatre (was Odeon cinema): view (1936, designed by J. Cecil Clavering and Robert Bullivant with Harry Weedon as the architect) (83 kb, 8 September 2011)
  189. Sywell, England: Sywell Aerodrome: Aviator Hotel, detail (58 kb, 29 June 2011)
  190. Utrecht, Netherlands: Schröder (Schroder) House, Prins Hendriklaan 50: view (1924, architect Gerrit Thomas Rietveld) (57 kb, 28 February 2007)

Interbau 1957, Berlin:

  1. Berlin, Germany: Akademie der Künste (Hanseatenweg): studio building (built for Interbau 1957, architect Werner Düttmann) (70 kb, 25 October 2008)
  2. Berlin, Germany: Altonär Straße 3-9: view (built for Interbau 1957, architect Jaenecke and Samuelson) (71 kb, 25 October 2008)
  3. Berlin, Germany: Altonär Straße 3-9: view (built for Interbau 1957, architect Jaenecke and Samuelson) (108 kb, 25 October 2008)
  4. Berlin, Germany: Altonär Straße 4-14: rear view (built for Interbau 1957, architect Oscar Niemeyer) (79 kb, 25 October 2008)
  5. Berlin, Germany: Altonär Straße 4-14: view (built for Interbau 1957, architect Oscar Niemeyer) (111 kb, 25 October 2008)
  6. Berlin, Germany: Bartningallee 2-4: view (built for Interbau 1957, architect Egon Eiermann) (110 kb, 25 October 2008)
  7. Berlin, Germany: Bartningallee 7: view (built for Interbau 1957, architect Van den Broek and Bakema) (62 kb, 25 October 2008)
  8. Berlin, Germany: Berlin Pavillon (at time of photo, a Burger King) (Straße des 17.Juni): view (1956, architect Fehling, Gogel and Pfankuch; part of Interbau 1957) (119 kb, 25 October 2008)
  9. Berlin, Germany: Eternithaus (Altonär Straße): view (built for Interbau 1957, architect Paul Baumgarten) (69 kb, 25 October 2008)
  10. Berlin, Germany: Evangelische Kaiser-Friedrich-Gedächtniskirche (Händelallee): view (built for Interbau 1957, architect Ludwig Lemmer) (53 kb, 25 October 2008)
  11. Berlin, Germany: Flatowallee 16, Unité d'Habitation: view end on (built for Interbau 1957, architect Le Corbusier) (67 kb, 12 March 2006)
  12. Berlin, Germany: Flatowallee 16, Unité d'Habitation: view from front (built for Interbau 1957, architect Le Corbusier) (115 kb, 12 March 2006)
  13. Berlin, Germany: Händelallee 14-16: view (built for Interbau 1957, architect Pierre Vago) (88 kb, 25 October 2008)
  14. Berlin, Germany: Händelallee 3-9: view (built for Interbau 1957, architect Walter Gropius) (92 kb, 12 March 2006)
  15. Berlin, Germany: Händelallee 3-9: view (built for Interbau 1957, architect Walter Gropius) (116 kb, 25 October 2008)
  16. Berlin, Germany: Händelallee 39: view (built for Interbau 1957, architect Arne Jacobsen) (125 kb, 25 October 2008)
  17. Berlin, Germany: Händelallee 55: view (built for Interbau 1957, architect Ruf) (92 kb, 25 October 2008)
  18. Berlin, Germany: Händelallee 59: view (built for Interbau 1957, architect Wolf von Mollendorf and Sergius Ruegenberg) (145 kb, 25 October 2008)
  19. Berlin, Germany: Händelallee 59: view (built for Interbau 1957, architect Wolf von Mollendorf and Sergius Ruegenberg) (99 kb, 25 October 2008)
  20. Berlin, Germany: Händelallee 63: view (built for Interbau 1957, architect Hönow) (112 kb, 25 October 2008)
  21. Berlin, Germany: Haus der Kulturen der Welt (formerly Kongresshalle) (John-Foster-Dulles-Allee): view (built for Interbau 1957, architect Hugh A. Stubbins) (62 kb, 29 October 2008)
  22. Berlin, Germany: Haus der Kulturen der Welt (formerly Kongresshalle) (John-Foster-Dulles-Allee): view (built for Interbau 1957, architect Hugh A. Stubbins) (79 kb, 29 October 2008)
  23. Berlin, Germany: Katholische Pfarrkirche St. Ansgar (Altonär Straße): view (built for Interbau 1957, architect Kreuer) (112 kb, 25 October 2008)
  24. Berlin, Germany: Klopstockstraße 19-23: view (built for Interbau 1957, architect Wassili Luckhardt and Hoffman) (84 kb, 25 October 2008)
  25. Berlin, Germany: Klopstockstraße 30-32: view (built for Interbau 1957, architect Alvar Aalto) (94 kb, 25 October 2008)

Other architecture:

  1. Aldwincle, Northamptonshire, England: Lyveden New Bield: view from south (1595-1605) (72 kb, 14 September 2007)
  2. Aldwincle, Northamptonshire, England: Lyveden New Bield: window (1595-1605) (83 kb, 14 September 2007)
  3. Allentown, Pennsylvania (PA): Allentown Art Museum: chair (1912, designer Frank Lloyd Wright) (64 kb, 8 August 2009)
  4. Allentown, Pennsylvania (PA): Allentown Art Museum: Chippendale Style Side Chair (designed 1983, designer Robert Venturi) (51 kb, 8 August 2009)
  5. Allentown, Pennsylvania (PA): Allentown Art Museum: library windows (1912, designer Frank Lloyd Wright) (71 kb, 8 August 2009)
  6. Allentown, Pennsylvania (PA): Allentown Art Museum: shallow dish (1916-1922, designer Frank Lloyd Wright) (47 kb, 8 August 2009)
  7. Allentown, Pennsylvania (PA): Allentown Art Museum: Wagon Wheel Chair (1932, maker Wharton Esherick) (59 kb, 8 August 2009)
  8. Ambleside, England: University of Cumbria (until 2007 was St Martin's College): Charlotte Mason Library (2003, Capita DBS) (82 kb, 2 August 2007)
  9. Arles, France: Jesuit chapel (99 kb, 3 September 2001)
  10. Arles, France: Roman columns (82 kb, 2 September 2001)
  11. Asbury Park, New Jersey (NJ): Casino: part over boardwalk (1929, architect Warren and Wetmore) (78 kb, 17 July 2008)
  12. Asbury Park, New Jersey (NJ): Convention Hall: decoration over south entrance (1923, architect Warren and Wetmore) (69 kb, 16 July 2008)
  13. Asbury Park, New Jersey (NJ): Convention Hall: north entrance (1923, architect Warren and Wetmore) (91 kb, 17 July 2008)
  14. Asbury Park, New Jersey (NJ): Convention Hall: sea creature decoration (1923, architect Warren and Wetmore) (77 kb, 16 July 2008)
  15. Asbury Park, New Jersey (NJ): Convention Hall: sea-themed decoration (1923, architect Warren and Wetmore) (53 kb, 16 July 2008)
  16. Asbury Park, New Jersey (NJ): Convention Hall: winged horse decoration (1923, architect Warren and Wetmore) (66 kb, 16 July 2008)
  17. Asbury Park, New Jersey (NJ): Howard Johnson: east side (opened 1962; HoJo vacated and Salt Water Cafe occupied in 2007) (62 kb, 17 July 2008)
  18. Asbury Park, New Jersey (NJ): Howard Johnson: night view (opened 1962; HoJo vacated and Salt Water Cafe occupied in 2007) (66 kb, 16 July 2008)
  19. Asbury Park, New Jersey (NJ): Howard Johnson: west side (opened 1962; HoJo vacated and Salt Water Cafe occupied in 2007) (80 kb, 16 July 2008)
  20. Berlin, Germany: Aeroflot (Unter den Linden): view (built 1965-1966, architect not known) (74 kb, 11 March 2006)
  21. Berlin, Germany: Aeroflot (Unter den Linden): view (built 1965-1966, architect not known) (90 kb, 26 October 2008)
  22. Berlin, Germany: Akademie der Künste (Pariser Platz): view (1999-2005, Behnisch & Partner with Werner Durth) (88 kb, 29 October 2008)
  23. Berlin, Germany: Alexa (Grunerstraße): entrance (2004-2007, architects José Manuel Quintela da Fonseca; RTKL Associates; Ortner + Ortner) (92 kb, 26 October 2008)
  24. Berlin, Germany: Alexa (Grunerstraße): view (2004-2007, architects José Manuel Quintela da Fonseca; RTKL Associates; Ortner + Ortner) (56 kb, 26 October 2008)
  25. Berlin, Germany: Alexanderplatz Bahnhof: view (1881-1882, Johann Eduard Jacobsthal, but reconstructed post-WWII) (70 kb, 26 October 2008)
  26. Berlin, Germany: Alexanderplatz Bahnhof: view (1881-1882, Johann Eduard Jacobsthal, but reconstructed post-WWII) (81 kb, 18 October 2010)
  27. Berlin, Germany: Alexanderplatz: Fernsehturm (TV Tower) (1965-1969, Hermann Henselmann) (24 kb, 18 October 2010)
  28. Berlin, Germany: Alexanderplatz: Fernsehturm (TV Tower) (1965-1969, Hermann Henselmann) (32 kb, 18 October 2010)
  29. Berlin, Germany: Alexanderplatz: Fernsehturm (TV Tower), pavilion (1965-1969, Hermann Henselmann) (55 kb, 18 October 2010)
  30. Berlin, Germany: Alexanderplatz: Fountain of International Friendship (dedicated 1970, created by group of artists led by Walter Womacka; renovated 2002) (91 kb, 26 October 2008)
  31. Berlin, Germany: Alexanderplatz: Marienkirche, spire (1790, Carl Gotthard Langhans) (55 kb, 18 October 2010)
  32. Berlin, Germany: Alexanderplatz: Neptunbrunnen (1886-1891, Reinhold Begas; moved to current location in 1969) (101 kb, 18 October 2010)
  33. Berlin, Germany: Alexanderplatz: Park Inn Berlin (originally Interhotel Stadt Berlin) (1970, Roland Korn, Heinz Scharlipp and Hans-Erich Bogatzky; façade changed 2005) (89 kb, 18 October 2010)
  34. Berlin, Germany: Am Berlin Museum 2-18: view (1984-1986, architects Hans Kollhoff and Arthur Ovaska) (78 kb, 26 October 2008)
  35. Berlin, Germany: Austrian Embassy (Stauffenbergstraße): view (1996-2001, Hans Hollein Architects) (54 kb, 25 October 2008)
  36. Berlin, Germany: Austrian Embassy (Tiergartenstraße): view (1996-2001, Hans Hollein Architects) (63 kb, 25 October 2008)
  37. Berlin, Germany: Axel Springer Publishing House (Axel-Springer Straße): view (1994, architects Gerhard Stössner and Thomas Fischer) (71 kb, 26 October 2008)
  38. Berlin, Germany: Bauhausarchiv (Klingelhöferstraße): view (1976-1978, Walter Gropius, Alexander Cvijanovic) (74 kb, 25 October 2008)
  39. Berlin, Germany: Bausparhaus (Klingelhöferstraße 4): view (1998-2000, architect Moore, Ruble, Yudell) (76 kb, 25 October 2008)
  40. Berlin, Germany: Behrenstraße, Akademie der Künste: view (1999-2005, Behnisch & Partner with Werner Durth) (94 kb, 18 October 2010)
  41. Berlin, Germany: Behrenstraße, DZ Bank: façade (1996-1999, Frank Gehry) (85 kb, 18 October 2010)
  42. Berlin, Germany: Behrenstraße, US Embassy: view (2008, Moore Ruble Yudell) (70 kb, 18 October 2010)
  43. Berlin, Germany: Berliner Congress Center (was Kongresshalle) (Alexanderstraße): view (1961-1964, architect Hermann Henselmann) (49 kb, 26 October 2008)
  44. Berlin, Germany: Berliner Dom (Cathedral): central arch detail (1905, architect Julius Carl Raschdorff; restored 1975-1983) (87 kb, 11 March 2006)
  45. Berlin, Germany: Berliner Dom (Cathedral): central arch detail (1905, architect Julius Carl Raschdorff; restored 1975-1983) (86 kb, 11 March 2006)
  46. Berlin, Germany: Berliner Dom (Cathedral): façade (1905, architect Julius Carl Raschdorff; restored 1975-1983) (101 kb, 12 March 2006)
  47. Berlin, Germany: Berliner Wasserbetriebe headquarters (Neue Ju:denstraße): view (1999, Joachim Ganz Architekt) (69 kb, 26 October 2008)
  48. Berlin, Germany: British Embassy (Wilhelmstraße): façade (2000, architect Michael Wilford and Partners) (79 kb, 12 March 2006)
  49. Berlin, Germany: Bundeskanzleramt (Federal Chancellery): view (2001, architects Axel Schultes and Charlotte Frank) (64 kb, 26 October 2008)
  50. Berlin, Germany: Bundespresamt (Federal Press Association): view (2000, architects Johanne and Gernot Nalbach) (69 kb, 29 October 2008)
  51. Berlin, Germany: BVG (Tempelhofer Ufer): view (2000, Joachim Ganz Architekt) (68 kb, 26 October 2008)
  52. Berlin, Germany: Campus Berlin-Buch, Forschungsinstitut für Molekulare Pharmakologie (FMP): façade (1998-1999, architect Heinle, Wischer und Partner) (80 kb, 9 March 2006)
  53. Berlin, Germany: Campus Berlin-Buch, Forschungsinstitut für Molekulare Pharmakologie (FMP): staircase (1998-1999, architect Heinle, Wischer und Partner) (65 kb, 9 March 2006)
  54. Berlin, Germany: Checkpoint Arkaden (corner of Friedrichstraße and Zimmerstraße): view (1994, architect Josef Paul Kleihues) (72 kb, 26 October 2008)
  55. Berlin, Germany: Collegium Hungaricum (Dorotheenstraße): view (2006-2007, Schweger Assoziierte Architekten) (55 kb, 26 October 2008)
  56. Berlin, Germany: corner of Friedrichstraße and Mauerstraße: view (1996, architect Josef Paul Kleihues) (60 kb, 26 October 2008)
  57. Berlin, Germany: corner of Markgrafenstraße and Lindenstraße: view (1987, architect Herman Hertzberger) (58 kb, 26 October 2008)
  58. Berlin, Germany: corner of Wilhelmstraße and Kochstraße: view (1988, architect Aldo Rossi) (63 kb, 26 October 2008)
  59. Berlin, Germany: corner of Zimmerstraße and Markgrafenstraße: view (1996, architect Aldo Rossi) (82 kb, 26 October 2008)
  60. Berlin, Germany: corner Rochstraße and Münzstraße: view (1999-2001, Moritz Müller and Götz M. Keller) (91 kb, 26 October 2008)
  61. Berlin, Germany: Danish Embassy (Rauchstraße): view (1997-1999, 3XN Architects; Nielsen, Nielsen and Nielsen) (59 kb, 25 October 2008)
  62. Berlin, Germany: Deutsche Bahn Tower (Potsdamer Straße): view (1996-2000, architect Helmut Jahn) (60 kb, 26 October 2008)
  63. Berlin, Germany: Deutsche Bahn Tower (Potsdamer Straße): view at night (1996-2000, architect Helmut Jahn) (87 kb, 25 October 2008)
  64. Berlin, Germany: Deutsches Historisches Museum extension: snowy view (1998-2003, architect I.M. Pei) (56 kb, 11 March 2006)
  65. Berlin, Germany: Deutsches Historisches Museum extension: view (1998-2003, architect I.M. Pei) (58 kb, 26 October 2008)
  66. Berlin, Germany: Deutsches Technik Museum (Trebbiner Straße): view (1996-2000, architects Helge Pitz and Ulrich Wolff) (88 kb, 26 October 2008)
  67. Berlin, Germany: Dorotheenstrasse, Hotel Splendid (formerly): façade (1904, Gronau and Graul) (103 kb, 18 October 2010)
  68. Berlin, Germany: Dresdner Bank (Pariser Platz): view (1995-1997, von Gerkan, Marg und Partner) (74 kb, 26 October 2008)
  69. Berlin, Germany: Dutch (Netherlands) Embassy (Klosterstraße): back façade (2003, architect OMA / Rem Koolhaas) (68 kb, 12 March 2006)
  70. Berlin, Germany: Dutch (Netherlands) Embassy (Klosterstraße): front façade (2003, architect OMA / Rem Koolhaas) (69 kb, 26 October 2008)
  71. Berlin, Germany: DZ Bank (Behrenstraße): view (1996-1999, Frank Gehry) (73 kb, 29 October 2008)
  72. Berlin, Germany: DZ Bank (Pariser Platz): interior (1996-1999, Frank Gehry) (103 kb, 29 October 2008)
  73. Berlin, Germany: DZ Bank (Pariser Platz): view (1996-1999, Frank Gehry) (56 kb, 26 October 2008)
  74. Berlin, Germany: Ebert-Straße 15: view (2007, von Gerkan, Marg und Partner and Baumann) (74 kb, 29 October 2008)
  75. Berlin, Germany: Ebertstraße, Science Center Medizintechnik: view (2007-2009, Gnädinger Architekten) (83 kb, 18 October 2010)
  76. Berlin, Germany: Egyptian Embassy (Stauffenbergstraße): view (2000-2001, Samir Rabie and Kendel Architekten) (59 kb, 25 October 2008)
  77. Berlin, Germany: Fanny-Hensel-Grundschule (Anhalter Park Primary School) (Schönebergerstraße): view (1987-1990, architects Wolfgang Scharlach and Rainer Wischhusen) (83 kb, 26 October 2008)
  78. Berlin, Germany: Feuerwache (fire station) Tiergarten (and also Polizeiwache) (Elisabeth-Abegg-Straße): view from front (2004, Sauerbruch Hutton Architekten) (88 kb, 29 October 2008)
  79. Berlin, Germany: Feuerwache (fire station) Tiergarten (and also Polizeiwache) (Elisabeth-Abegg-Straße): view from rear (2004, Sauerbruch Hutton Architekten) (73 kb, 29 October 2008)
  80. Berlin, Germany: French Embassy (Pariser Platz): view (1999-2003, Christian de Portzamparc) (61 kb, 26 October 2008)
  81. Berlin, Germany: Friedrichstraße 140: view (2007-2009, architect Marc Braun) (107 kb, 18 October 2010)
  82. Berlin, Germany: Friedrichstraße: Weidendammer Brück, railing, imperial eagle (1895-1896, bridge designed by Otto Stahn, railing made by workshop of M. Fabian, Puls, Langer, Methling und Krüger) (106 kb, 18 October 2010)
  83. Berlin, Germany: Gemäldegalerie (Stauffenbergstraße): view (1992-1998, architect Hilmer & Sattler) (47 kb, 25 October 2008)
  84. Berlin, Germany: Greifenhagener Straße 50: decoration (48 kb, 10 March 2006)
  85. Berlin, Germany: Grunerstraße, Parkhaus (car parking garage): view (2002-2004, Kny & Weber Architekten) (90 kb, 26 October 2008)
  86. Berlin, Germany: GSW Hauptverwaltung (Charlottenstraße): view (1999, Sauerbruch Hutton Architekten) (57 kb, 26 October 2008)
  87. Berlin, Germany: GSW Hauptverwaltung (Markgrafenstraße): view (1999, Sauerbruch Hutton Architekten) (83 kb, 26 October 2008)
  88. Berlin, Germany: Gustav-Heinemann-Brücke: view (2005, Max Dudler Architekt) (73 kb, 29 October 2008)
  89. Berlin, Germany: Hauptbahnhof (and Gustav-Heinemann-Brücke): view (1995-2006, von Gerkan, Marg und Partner) (83 kb, 29 October 2008)
  90. Berlin, Germany: Hauptbahnhof: view (1995-2006, von Gerkan, Marg und Partner) (68 kb, 29 October 2008)
  91. Berlin, Germany: Haus am Checkpoint Charlie (corner of Friedrichstraße and Rudi-Dutschke Straße): view (1982-1986, architects Peter Eisenman and Jaquelin Robertson) (77 kb, 26 October 2008)
  92. Berlin, Germany: Haus der Presse (Markgrafenstraße): view (2000, Jo. Franzke Architekten) (64 kb, 26 October 2008)
  93. Berlin, Germany: Haus des Lehrers (Alexanderstraße): view (1961-1964, architect Hermann Henselmann) (67 kb, 26 October 2008)
  94. Berlin, Germany: Haus Loeser and Wolff (Potsdamer Straße): view (1928-1930, Albert Biebendt; top two floors, 2002-2004, von Gerkan, Marg und Partner) (72 kb, 29 October 2008)
  95. Berlin, Germany: Hinter dem Gießhaus 1: view (2005-2006, architect David Chipperfield) (53 kb, 26 October 2008)
  96. Berlin, Germany: Hitzigallee 17-21: view (IBA, 1984-1985, architect Kurt Ackermann) (93 kb, 25 October 2008)
  97. Berlin, Germany: Hotel Concorde (Augsburger Straße): view (2005, architect Jan Kleihues) (84 kb, 25 October 2008)
  98. Berlin, Germany: Indian Embassy (Tiergartenstraße): entrance (1999-2001, Léon Wohlhage Wernik Architekten) (74 kb, 25 October 2008)
  99. Berlin, Germany: Indian Embassy (Tiergartenstraße): view (1999-2001, Léon Wohlhage Wernik Architekten) (72 kb, 25 October 2008)
  100. Berlin, Germany: Jakob-Kaiser-Haus (Building 1) (Dorotheenstraße): view (1997-2002, Schweger Assoziierte Architekten) (71 kb, 26 October 2008)
  101. Berlin, Germany: Jakob-Kaiser-Haus (Building 3): view (1997-2002, architect Busmann und Haberer) (75 kb, 29 October 2008)
  102. Berlin, Germany: Jakob-Kaiser-Haus (Buildings 2 and 3): view (1997-2002, architect Busmann und Haberer) (69 kb, 29 October 2008)
  103. Berlin, Germany: Joachimstaler Platz: Verkehrskanzel (literally 'traffic pulpit') above kiosk (1953-1955, Werner Klenke, Bruno Grimmek, Werner Düttmann) (103 kb, 25 October 2008)
  104. Berlin, Germany: Judisches Museum (Linden Straße): view (1992-1996, Daniel Libeskind) (74 kb, 26 October 2008)
  105. Berlin, Germany: Judisches Museum (Linden Straße): view (1992-1996, Daniel Libeskind) (83 kb, 26 October 2008)
  106. Berlin, Germany: Judisches Museum (was Berlin Museum) (Linden Straße): façade (1734-1735, architect Philipp Gerlach) (61 kb, 26 October 2008)
  107. Berlin, Germany: Kaiser Wilhelm Gedächtnis Kirche: view (1891-1895, Franz Schwechten; 1959-1963, Egon Eiermann) (71 kb, 25 October 2008)
  108. Berlin, Germany: Kammermusiksaal (Herbert von Karajan Straße): stairs (1984-1987, architects Hans Scharoun, Edgar Wisniewski) (91 kb, 25 October 2008)
  109. Berlin, Germany: Kammermusiksaal (Herbert von Karajan Straße): view (1984-1987, architects Hans Scharoun, Edgar Wisniewski) (66 kb, 25 October 2008)
  110. Berlin, Germany: Kammermusiksaal (Herbert von Karajan Straße): view (1984-1987, architects Hans Scharoun, Edgar Wisniewski) (63 kb, 29 October 2008)
  111. Berlin, Germany: Kammermusiksaal (Herbert von Karajan Straße): view (1984-1987, architects Hans Scharoun, Edgar Wisniewski) (64 kb, 18 October 2010)
  112. Berlin, Germany: Kant Dreieck Media Centre (Kantstraße): view (1994, architect Josef Paul Kleihues) (99 kb, 29 October 2008)
  113. Berlin, Germany: Kindertagesstätte des Deutschen Bundestages (nursery) (Otto-von-Bismarck-Allee): view (1999, architect Gustav Peichl) (58 kb, 29 October 2008)
  114. Berlin, Germany: Kita Traumbaum (school) (Dessauer Straße): view (2005, architect die Baupiloten) (74 kb, 26 October 2008)
  115. Berlin, Germany: Klosterstraße 64 (Gebr. Tietz): courtyard (1906?) (95 kb, 26 October 2008)
  116. Berlin, Germany: Klosterstraße 64 (Gebr. Tietz): façade (1906?) (77 kb, 12 March 2006)
  117. Berlin, Germany: Konrad-Adenauer-Haus (CDU Bundesgeschäftsstelle, headquarters) (Klingelhöferstraße): view (2000, Petzinka Pink Architekten) (75 kb, 25 October 2008)
  118. Berlin, Germany: KPMG (Klingelhöferstraße): view (2005, Nicholas Grimshaw and Partners and Claus Neumann Architekten) (68 kb, 25 October 2008)
  119. Berlin, Germany: Kronprinzenbrücke: view (1992-1994, Santiago Calatrava) (with Bundespresamt behind) (79 kb, 29 October 2008)
  120. Berlin, Germany: Lennéstraße 1 (Lenné Eins): view (2001-2003, Petzinka Pink Architekten) (82 kb, 29 October 2008)
  121. Berlin, Germany: Linkstraße office and residential complex: view (1996-1999, Richard Rogers) (81 kb, 26 October 2008)
  122. Berlin, Germany: Linkstraße office complex: view (1993-1996, architects Arata Isozaki and Steffen Lehmann) (72 kb, 29 October 2008)
  123. Berlin, Germany: Linkstraße office complex: view (1996-1999, Richard Rogers) (91 kb, 26 October 2008)
  124. Berlin, Germany: Ludwig Erhard Haus (Fasanenstraße): view (1994-1997, Nicholas Grimshaw and Partners) (126 kb, 25 October 2008)
  125. Berlin, Germany: Marie-Elisabeth-Lüders-Haus: snowy view (1998-2003, architect Stephan Braunfels) (55 kb, 11 March 2006)
  126. Berlin, Germany: Marie-Elisabeth-Lüders-Haus: view (1998-2003, architect Stephan Braunfels) (63 kb, 29 October 2008)
  127. Berlin, Germany: Max-Delbruck-Centrum fur Molekulare Medizin Berlin-Buch (MDC), Hermann-von-Helmholtz-Haus: interior detail (50 kb, 10 March 2006)
  128. Berlin, Germany: Max-Delbruck-Centrum fur Molekulare Medizin Berlin-Buch (MDC), Hermann-von-Helmholtz-Haus: lobby (63 kb, 10 March 2006)
  129. Berlin, Germany: Max-Delbruck-Centrum fur Molekulare Medizin Berlin-Buch (MDC), Timofejew Ressowski-Haus: view (2005, architect Staab Architekten) (62 kb, 9 March 2006)
  130. Berlin, Germany: Mehring Platz housing: view (c1968, design Hans Scharoun, execution Werner Düttmann) (59 kb, 26 October 2008)
  131. Berlin, Germany: Mexican Embassy (Klingelhöferstraße): frontage gradient (2000, Teodoro Gonzálezde León, Francisco Serrano) (70 kb, 25 October 2008)
  132. Berlin, Germany: Mexican Embassy (Klingelhöferstraße): view (2000, Teodoro Gonzálezde León, Francisco Serrano) (56 kb, 25 October 2008)
  133. Berlin, Germany: Mildred-Harnack-Straße: O2 World Arena (2008, Populous and JSK Architekten) (58 kb, 18 October 2010)
  134. Berlin, Germany: Molkenmarkt 1: buttress decoration of man with lion wrap (66 kb, 12 March 2006)
  135. Berlin, Germany: Neue Nationalgalerie (Potsdamer Straße): view (1965-1969, Ludwig Mies van der Rohe) (with Alexander Calder sculpture in foreground) (54 kb, 25 October 2008)
  136. Berlin, Germany: Neue Nationalgalerie (Potsdamer Straße): view (1965-1969, Ludwig Mies van der Rohe) (with Alexander Calder sculpture in foreground) (55 kb, 18 October 2010)
  137. Berlin, Germany: Neues Kranzler Eck (Kurfürstendamm): view of one part (1998-2000, Helmut Jahn) (94 kb, 25 October 2008)
  138. Berlin, Germany: Neues Tempodrom (Möckernstraße): view (2001, von Gerkan, Marg und Partner) (42 kb, 26 October 2008)
  139. Berlin, Germany: Nordic Embassies (Rauchstraße): copper wrap around outside of complex (1997-1999, architect Berger + Parkkinen) (107 kb, 25 October 2008)
  140. Berlin, Germany: Nordic Embassies, Felleshus (cultural centre) (Rauchstraße): view (1997-1999, architect Berger + Parkkinen) (83 kb, 25 October 2008)
  141. Berlin, Germany: Oberbaumbrücke: view (1896, Otto Stahn) (55 kb, 18 October 2010)
  142. Berlin, Germany: Ökohaus (Ecology housing) (Rauchstraße): view (1988-1990, concept Frei Otto, execution Hermann Kendel, et al.) (129 kb, 25 October 2008)
  143. Berlin, Germany: Oranienburger Straße: Neue Synagoge (1859-1866, designed by Eduard Knoblauch, completed by Friedrich August Stüle; reconstructed 1989-1993) (93 kb, 18 October 2010)
  144. Berlin, Germany: Oranienburger Straße: Postfuhramt (1875-1881, Carl Schwatlo) (80 kb, 18 October 2010)
  145. Berlin, Germany: Paul-Löbe-Haus: tower (1997-2001, architect Stephan Braunfels) (104 kb, 26 October 2008)
  146. Berlin, Germany: Paul-Löbe-Haus: view (1997-2001, architect Stephan Braunfels) (65 kb, 26 October 2008)
  147. Berlin, Germany: Paul-Löbe-Haus: view (1997-2001, architect Stephan Braunfels) (61 kb, 29 October 2008)
  148. Berlin, Germany: Paul-Löbe-Haus: view (1997-2001, architect Stephan Braunfels) (68 kb, 18 October 2010)
  149. Berlin, Germany: Philharmonie (Herbert von Karajan Straße): view (1956-1963, architect Hans Scharoun) (98 kb, 25 October 2008)
  150. Berlin, Germany: Philharmonie (Herbert von Karajan Straße): view (1956-1963, architect Hans Scharoun) (49 kb, 26 October 2008)
  151. Berlin, Germany: Philharmonie (Herbert von Karajan Straße): view (1956-1963, architect Hans Scharoun) (86 kb, 29 October 2008)
  152. Berlin, Germany: Rauchstraße 19-20: view (1981-1982, Dietrich Bangert, Bernd Jansen, Stefan Scholz, Axel Schultes) (82 kb, 25 October 2008)
  153. Berlin, Germany: Rauchstraße 6: view (IBA, 1983-1984, Hubert Herrmann) (62 kb, 25 October 2008)
  154. Berlin, Germany: Reichstag: dome mirrors (1995-1999, architect Norman Foster and Partners) (121 kb, 11 March 2006)
  155. Berlin, Germany: Reichstag: entrance relief (1884-1894, architect Paul Wallot) (68 kb, 11 March 2006)
  156. Berlin, Germany: Reichstag: entrance relief (1884-1894, architect Paul Wallot) (68 kb, 11 March 2006)
  157. Berlin, Germany: Reichstag: lamp post (80 kb, 26 October 2008)
  158. Berlin, Germany: Reichstag: view (1884-1894, architect Paul Wallot; 1995-1999, architect Norman Foster and Partners) (54 kb, 29 October 2008)
  159. Berlin, Germany: Reichstag: view (1894, architect Paul Wallot) (62 kb, 18 October 2010)
  160. Berlin, Germany: Reinhardtstraße 56-58: view (2003-2004, TBP Triet Braun Tietjen Schmittmann) (62 kb, 29 October 2008)
  161. Berlin, Germany: Ritz-Carlton hotel (Bellevue Straße): view (2000-2003, architect Hilmer & Sattler und Albrecht) (73 kb, 26 October 2008)
  162. Berlin, Germany: Russian Embassy (Unter den Linden): lantern (1950-1953, Friedrich Skujin) (87 kb, 26 October 2008)
  163. Berlin, Germany: Sanofi Aventis (Potsdamer Straße) (part of Sony Center): view (1996-2000, architect Helmut Jahn) (88 kb, 18 October 2010)
  164. Berlin, Germany: Scherenbergstraße 26: gate decoration (81 kb, 10 March 2006)
  165. Berlin, Germany: Schloss Bellevue (Spreeweg): view (1786, Philipp Daniel Bourmann) (55 kb, 29 October 2008)
  166. Berlin, Germany: Schöneberger Straße and Dessauer Straße, housing: view (IBA, 1987-1990, Josef Paul Kleihues) (66 kb, 26 October 2008)
  167. Berlin, Germany: Siegessäule (Victory Column): guard house (1930s, Albert Speer) (99 kb, 29 October 2008)
  168. Berlin, Germany: Siegessäule (Victory Column): view (1873, architect Johann Heinrich Strack) (moved to present location in 1930s by Albert Speer) (38 kb, 29 October 2008)
  169. Berlin, Germany: Sony Center (Lennéstraße): view (1996-2000, architect Helmut Jahn) (76 kb, 25 October 2008)
  170. Berlin, Germany: Sony Center (Potsdamer Platz): courtyard (1996-2000, architect Helmut Jahn) (123 kb, 26 October 2008)
  171. Berlin, Germany: Sony Center (Potsdamer Platz): courtyard roof (1996-2000, architect Helmut Jahn) (142 kb, 26 October 2008)
  172. Berlin, Germany: Sony Center (Potsdamer Straße): view (1996-2000, architect Helmut Jahn) (94 kb, 29 October 2008)
  173. Berlin, Germany: South African Embassy (Tiergartenstraße): view (2003, MMA Architects) (114 kb, 25 October 2008)
  174. Berlin, Germany: South Korean Embassy (Stülerstraße): view (2006-2007, architect Braun & Schlockermann und Partner) (83 kb, 25 October 2008)
  175. Berlin, Germany: Staatsbibliothek (Potsdamer Straße): view (1967-1968, Hans Scharoun, Edgar Wisniewski) (76 kb, 29 October 2008)
  176. Berlin, Germany: Stargader Straße 8: buttress decoration (42 kb, 10 March 2006)
  177. Berlin, Germany: Stralauer Straße 32 (Berlinwasser International headquarters): façade (1998-1999, architect Christoph Langhof) (72 kb, 12 March 2006)
  178. Berlin, Germany: Stresemannstraße 109: view (IBA, 1993-1994, Zaha Hadid) (62 kb, 26 October 2008)
  179. Berlin, Germany: Swiss Embassy (Otto-von-Bismarck-Allee): view (1995-2000, architect Diener and Diener) (55 kb, 26 October 2008)
  180. Berlin, Germany: Swissôtel (Kurfürstendamm): view (1998-2001, von Gerkan, Marg und Partner) (89 kb, 25 October 2008)
  181. Berlin, Germany: Technische Universität, Architekturgebäude (Marchstraße): view (1963-1968, architect Bernhard Hermkes) (68 kb, 25 October 2008)
  182. Berlin, Germany: Technische Universität, Mathematikgebäude (Institut für Mathematik) (Straße des 17.Juni): view (1980, architects Georg Kohlmaier and Barna von Sartory) (90 kb, 25 October 2008)
  183. Berlin, Germany: Tegel Airport: control tower (1970-1975, von Gerkan, Marg und Partner) (42 kb, 29 October 2008)
  184. Berlin, Germany: Tegel Airport: main terminal building (1970-1975, von Gerkan, Marg und Partner) (59 kb, 29 October 2008)
  185. Berlin, Germany: Theater des Westens (Kantstraße): view (1895-1896, architect Bernhard Sehring) (72 kb, 25 October 2008)
  186. Berlin, Germany: Umlaufkanal (Waterflow Testing Station) (Müller-Breslau-Straße, but viewed from other side): view (1975-1976, Ludwig Leo) (136 kb, 29 October 2008)
  187. Berlin, Germany: United Arab Emirates Embassy (Hiroshimastraße): view (2004, Krause Bohne Architects) (76 kb, 25 October 2008)
  188. Berlin, Germany: Universität der Künste Konzertsaal (Hardenbergstraße): view (1953-1955, architect Paul Baumgarten) (93 kb, 25 October 2008)
  189. Berlin, Germany: US (American) Embassy (Behrenstraße): view (2008, architect Moore Ruble Yudell) (67 kb, 29 October 2008)
  190. Berlin, Germany: US (American) Embassy (Pariser Platz): view (2008, architect Moore Ruble Yudell) (64 kb, 26 October 2008)
  191. Berlin, Germany: Vertretung des Landes Baden-Württemberg beim Bund (Tiergartenstraße): view (2000, architect Dietrich Bangert) (43 kb, 25 October 2008)
  192. Berlin, Germany: Vertretung des Landes Brandenburg-Mecklenburg-Vorpommern (In den Ministergärten): view (2001, von Gerkan, Marg und Partner) (58 kb, 29 October 2008)
  193. Berlin, Germany: Vertretung des Landes Bremen beim Bund (Hiroshimastraße): view (1998-1999, Léon Wohlhage Wernik Architekten) (60 kb, 25 October 2008)
  194. Berlin, Germany: Vertretung des Landes Hessen (In den Ministergärten): view (2000, architects Michael Christi and Joachim Bruchhäuser) (65 kb, 29 October 2008)
  195. Berlin, Germany: Vertretung des Landes Hessen (In den Ministergärten): view (2000, architects Michael Christi and Joachim Bruchhäuser) (82 kb, 29 October 2008)
  196. Berlin, Germany: Vertretung des Landes Nordrhein-Westfalen beim Bund (Hiroshimastraße): view (2002, Petzinka Pink Architekten) (78 kb, 25 October 2008)
  197. Berlin, Germany: Vertretung des Landes Schleswig-Holstein-Niedersachsen beim Bund (In den Ministergärten): view (1999-2001, architects Cornelsen and Seelinger) (81 kb, 29 October 2008)
  198. Berlin, Germany: Villa Parey (Sigismundstraße): door (1895-1896) (85 kb, 25 October 2008)
  199. Berlin, Germany: Wilhelmstraße, ARD-Hauptstadtstudio: view (1995-1998, architect Ortner and Ortner) (66 kb, 18 October 2010)
  200. Berlin, Germany: Wissenschaftszentrum (Science Center) (Reichpietschufer): view (1984-1988, James Stirling and Michael Wilford) (81 kb, 29 October 2008)
  201. Bethesda, Maryland (MD): National Library of Medicine, NIH (National Institutes of Health): sculpture ('Tree 1', 1981, Kenneth Snelson) and view of building (1959-1962, O'Connor and Kilham) (76 kb, 19 March 2007)
  202. Bethesda, Maryland (MD): National Library of Medicine, NIH (National Institutes of Health): view (1959-1962, O'Connor and Kilham) (80 kb, 20 March 2007)
  203. Bexhill-on-Sea, England: De La Warr Pavilion: bandstand (2001, architect Niall McLaughlin) (61 kb, 9 September 2007)
  204. Boston, Massachusetts (MA): 111 Huntington Avenue (part of Prudential Center): view (2002, Childs Bertman Tseckares) (69 kb, 25 March 2007)
  205. Boston, Massachusetts (MA): 745 Boylston Street: entrance decoration (63 kb, 25 March 2007)
  206. Boston, Massachusetts (MA): Ayer Mansion (Commonwealth Avenue): main lobby fireplace decoration (Tiffany) (56 kb, 27 July 2010)
  207. Boston, Massachusetts (MA): Ayer Mansion (Commonwealth Avenue): stairwell (50 kb, 27 July 2010)
  208. Boston, Massachusetts (MA): Ayer Mansion (Commonwealth Avenue): stairwell lamp (Tiffany) (72 kb, 27 July 2010)
  209. Boston, Massachusetts (MA): Ayer Mansion (Commonwealth Avenue): stairwell tread tiles (Tiffany) (58 kb, 27 July 2010)
  210. Boston, Massachusetts (MA): Christian Science Plaza: colonnade (1969-1972, architect Araldo A. Cossutta of I.M. Pei and Partners) (65 kb, 27 July 2010)
  211. Boston, Massachusetts (MA): John Hancock Tower: view (1972-1975, Henry Cobb of firm of I.M. Pei) (65 kb, 25 March 2007)
  212. Boston, Massachusetts (MA): Museum of Fine Arts: Ruth and Carl J. Shapiro Family Courtyard (New American Café) (108 kb, 26 July 2011)
  213. Boston, Massachusetts (MA): New England Aquarium: Simons IMAX Theater (2001, architect E. Verner Johnson and Associates) (51 kb, 8 January 2008)
  214. Boston, Massachusetts (MA): Prudential Tower (Building) (part of Prudential Center): view (1964, Charles Luckman and Associates) (88 kb, 25 March 2007)
  215. Boston, Massachusetts (MA): Trinity Church: view (1877, H.H. Richardson) (92 kb, 25 March 2007)
  216. Boulogne-Billancourt, France: 20 Quai du Point du Jour: view (88 kb, 27 April 2009)
  217. Boulogne-Billancourt, France: 40-42 Quai du Point du Jour: view (90 kb, 27 April 2009)
  218. Boulogne-Billancourt, France: Villa Dubin, 4 Rue Denfert-Rochereau: view (1929, architect Raymond Fischer) (49 kb, 27 April 2009)
  219. Bourn, England: Wysing Arts Centre: Amphis, view from front (2008, designed by Folke Köbberling and Martin Kaltwasser) (52 kb, 29 November 2008)
  220. Bourn, England: Wysing Arts Centre: Amphis, view from rear (2008, designed by Folke Köbberling and Martin Kaltwasser) (54 kb, 29 November 2008)
  221. Bourn, England: Wysing Arts Centre: reception building (2006-2008, architect Hawkins \ Brown) (52 kb, 29 November 2008)
  222. Bourn, England: Wysing Arts Centre: studio building (2006-2008, architect Hawkins \ Brown) (50 kb, 29 November 2008)
  223. Bourn, England: Wysing Arts Centre: Walking House, entrance (2008, designed by N55, Copenhagen) (50 kb, 29 November 2008)
  224. Bourn, England: Wysing Arts Centre: Walking House, kitchen area (2008, designed by N55, Copenhagen) (62 kb, 29 November 2008)
  225. Bourn, England: Wysing Arts Centre: Walking House, lounge and sleeping area (2008, designed by N55, Copenhagen) (62 kb, 29 November 2008)
  226. Bourn, England: Wysing Arts Centre: Walking House, view (2008, designed by N55, Copenhagen) (54 kb, 29 November 2008)
  227. Brandywine Creek, Delaware (DE): Smith's Bridge: view (reconstructed 2002) (118 kb, 20 July 2008)
  228. Brno, Czech Republic: Autobusové nádraží (Bus Station): traffic stand (1948-1949, Bohuslav Fuchs) (77 kb, 6 October 2010)
  229. Brno, Czech Republic: Bazilika Nanebevzetí Panny Marie (Basilica of The Assumption of Our Lady): door detail: air (101 kb, 6 October 2010)
  230. Brno, Czech Republic: Bazilika Nanebevzetí Panny Marie (Basilica of The Assumption of Our Lady): door detail: John (87 kb, 6 October 2010)
  231. Brno, Czech Republic: Bazilika Nanebevzetí Panny Marie (Basilica of The Assumption of Our Lady): door detail: Luke (99 kb, 6 October 2010)
  232. Brno, Czech Republic: Bazilika Nanebevzetí Panny Marie (Basilica of The Assumption of Our Lady): door detail: Mark (92 kb, 6 October 2010)
  233. Brno, Czech Republic: Bazilika Nanebevzetí Panny Marie (Basilica of The Assumption of Our Lady): door detail: Matthew (93 kb, 6 October 2010)
  234. Brno, Czech Republic: Bazilika Nanebevzetí Panny Marie (Basilica of The Assumption of Our Lady): door detail: sun and moon (93 kb, 6 October 2010)
  235. Brno, Czech Republic: Bazilika Nanebevzetí Panny Marie (Basilica of The Assumption of Our Lady): door detail: water (85 kb, 6 October 2010)
  236. Brno, Czech Republic: Benešova, Autobusové nádražní (Bus Station): view (1948-1949, Bohuslav Fuchs) (76 kb, 9 October 2010)
  237. Brno, Czech Republic: Benešova, Všeobecná Zdravotní Pojišťovna České Republiky (Czech General Health Insurance Company): view (102 kb, 9 October 2010)
  238. Brno, Czech Republic: BVV Veletrhy Brno (BVV Trade Fairs Brno), Pavilion A: rotunda (1927-1928, architects Josef Kalous, Jaroslav Valenta) (56 kb, 7 October 2010)
  239. Brno, Czech Republic: BVV Veletrhy Brno (BVV Trade Fairs Brno), Pavilion A: stairway (1927-1928, architects Josef Kalous, Jaroslav Valenta) (54 kb, 7 October 2010)
  240. Brno, Czech Republic: BVV Veletrhy Brno (BVV Trade Fairs Brno), Pavilion A: view (1927-1928, architects Josef Kalous, Jaroslav Valenta) (57 kb, 7 October 2010)
  241. Brno, Czech Republic: BVV Veletrhy Brno (BVV Trade Fairs Brno), Pavilion C: view (1958-1959, architects Zdeněk Alexa, Zdeněk Denk, Ferdinand Lederer, Zdeněk Pospíšil, Milan Steinhauser) (53 kb, 7 October 2010)
  242. Brno, Czech Republic: BVV Veletrhy Brno (BVV Trade Fairs Brno), Pavilion P: view (2008-2009) (82 kb, 7 October 2010)
  243. Brno, Czech Republic: BVV Veletrhy Brno (BVV Trade Fairs Brno), Pavilion Z: view (1958-1959, architects Zdeněk Alexa, Zdeněk Denk, Ferdinand Lederer, Zdeněk Pospíšil, Milan Steinhauser) (67 kb, 7 October 2010)
  244. Brno, Czech Republic: BVV Veletrhy Brno (BVV Trade Fairs Brno), Pavilon G, Vyhlídková věž (Observation Tower): view (1927-1928, Bohumír Čermák, reconstructed 1957-1958 and 1996) (46 kb, 7 October 2010)
  245. Brno, Czech Republic: Česká, Hotel Avion: view (1926-1928, Bohuslav Fuchs) (80 kb, 9 October 2010)
  246. Brno, Czech Republic: Cihlářská, Masarykův studentský domov: entrance cover (1929-1930, Bohuslav Fuchs) (76 kb, 6 October 2010)
  247. Brno, Czech Republic: Cihlářská, Masarykův studentský domov: view (1929-1930, Bohuslav Fuchs) (66 kb, 6 October 2010)
  248. Brno, Czech Republic: corner of Masarykova and Jánská: red lobster (68 kb, 6 October 2010)
  249. Brno, Czech Republic: Hlinky: tram lookout (75 kb, 7 October 2010)
  250. Brno, Czech Republic: Husova, Hotel International (Best Western): view (74 kb, 8 October 2010)
  251. Brno, Czech Republic: Kopečna/, Policie České republiky: stairwell (74 kb, 9 October 2010)
  252. Brno, Czech Republic: Kostel sv. Jakuba (St James' Church): altar (99 kb, 9 October 2010)
  253. Brno, Czech Republic: Kostel sv. Jakuba (St James' Church): choir stalls (81 kb, 6 October 2010)
  254. Brno, Czech Republic: Kostel sv. Jakuba (St James' Church): interior (95 kb, 6 October 2010)
  255. Brno, Czech Republic: Kostel sv. Jakuba (St James' Church): old pews (87 kb, 9 October 2010)
  256. Brno, Czech Republic: Kostel sv. Jakuba (St James' Church): organ (81 kb, 6 October 2010)
  257. Brno, Czech Republic: Kostel sv. Jakuba (St James' Church): pulpit (74 kb, 6 October 2010)
  258. Brno, Czech Republic: Kounicova, Hotel Continental: ceiling in lobby (1961-1964, architect Zdeněk Řihák) (168 kb, 6 October 2010)
  259. Brno, Czech Republic: Kounicova, Hotel Continental: spiral staircase in lobby (1961-1964, architect Zdeněk Řihák) (89 kb, 6 October 2010)
  260. Brno, Czech Republic: Mahenovo divadlo (Mahen Theatre): pediment (1882, architect J. Nebehostenyho) (73 kb, 9 October 2010)
  261. Brno, Czech Republic: Mahenovo divadlo (Mahen Theatre): view (1882, architect J. Nebehostenyho) (86 kb, 9 October 2010)
  262. Brno, Czech Republic: Masarykova univerzita (Masaryk University): entrance building (2005-2010) (75 kb, 8 October 2010)
  263. Brno, Czech Republic: Masarykova univerzita (Masaryk University): Fakulta sportovních studií (Faculty of Sports Studies) (2005-2010) (65 kb, 8 October 2010)
  264. Brno, Czech Republic: Masarykova univerzita (Masaryk University): INBIT (Incubator for Biotechnology) (2005-2010) (74 kb, 8 October 2010)
  265. Brno, Czech Republic: Masarykova univerzita (Masaryk University): long hallway (2005-2010) (54 kb, 8 October 2010)
  266. Brno, Czech Republic: Masarykova univerzita (Masaryk University): one of the spine buildings (2005-2010) (76 kb, 7 October 2010)
  267. Brno, Czech Republic: Masarykova univerzita (Masaryk University): pedestrian bridge and entrance building (2005-2010) (74 kb, 7 October 2010)
  268. Brno, Czech Republic: Masarykova univerzita (Masaryk University): red reception building (2005-2010) (72 kb, 8 October 2010)
  269. Brno, Czech Republic: Moravské náměstí, Moravská Galerie (Moravian Gallery), Místrodržitelsky/ palác (Governor's Palace): façade (90 kb, 6 October 2010)
  270. Brno, Czech Republic: Moravské náměstí, Moravská Galerie (Moravian Gallery), Místrodržitelsky/ palác (Governor's Palace): fountain (inaugurated 16 Sep 2010) (77 kb, 6 October 2010)
  271. Brno, Czech Republic: Nádražní, Lázně Kopečna/ (Spa): view (58 kb, 9 October 2010)
  272. Brno, Czech Republic: Nádražní, Pošta (post office): view (1936-1938, Bohuslav Fuchs) (81 kb, 9 October 2010)
  273. Brno, Czech Republic: Náměstí Svobody (Freedom Square), Dům pánů z Lipé (House of the Lords of Lipa) (also known as Schwanzův palác): façade (c 1589, architect Antonio Gabri, sculptor Giogio Gialdi) (110 kb, 6 October 2010)
  274. Brno, Czech Republic: Náměstí Svobody (Freedom Square), Moravská banka (Moravian Bank): view (1929-1931, Bohuslav Fuchs and Arnošt Wiesner) (79 kb, 9 October 2010)
  275. Brno, Czech Republic: Náměstí Svobody (Freedom Square), Palác Omega: view (2005-2006, Kuba and Pilař Architekti) (83 kb, 6 October 2010)
  276. Brno, Czech Republic: Nová radnice (New Town Hall): fountain with allegorical figures representing the 12 months of the year (1928, to the design of J. Pešek and J. Stejskal for the Exhibition of Contemporary Culture held in Brno on the occasion of the 10th anniversary of the creation of the first Czechoslovak Republic, relocated here following the restoration of the Town Hall complex in 1935) (78 kb, 6 October 2010)
  277. Brno, Czech Republic: Park Koliště, Zemanova Kavárna (Café Zeman): view (1925, Bohuslav Fuchs, demolished 1964, rebuilt 1994-1995) (90 kb, 9 October 2010)
  278. Brno, Czech Republic: Rooseveltova, Včelín (Bienenhaus, Apiary): façade (67 kb, 6 October 2010)
  279. Brno, Czech Republic: Smetanova 41: wall mural representing defense against Swedes in 1645 (1910, architect Vladimír Fischer, artist Jano Köhlera) (130 kb, 6 October 2010)
  280. Brno, Czech Republic: Starobrněnská 7: Dragon door knocker (41 kb, 6 October 2010)
  281. Brno, Czech Republic: Zelný trh (Cabbage or Vegetable Market), Divadlo Husa na provázku (Theatre): façade detail (52 kb, 6 October 2010)
  282. Brno, Czech Republic: Zelný trh (Cabbage or Vegetable Market), Divadlo Husa na provázku (Theatre): view (82 kb, 6 October 2010)
  283. Brussels, Belgium: 15 Rue de la Loi: view (originally 1969, renovated 2007, Art and Build Architects) (97 kb, 4 May 2010)
  284. Brussels, Belgium: 4 Avenue de la Jonction: turret (1909, architect Albert Roosenboom) (81 kb, 4 May 2010)
  285. Brussels, Belgium: 81 Rue de L'Étuve: wall relief, industrial process (71 kb, 8 May 2010)
  286. Brussels, Belgium: Belgian Parliament Building, Palais de la Nation: pediment (1779-1783, architect Gilles-Barnabé Guimard) (55 kb, 4 May 2010)
  287. Brussels, Belgium: Berlaymont (European Commission building): view (1963-1969, architect Lucien de Vestel, in association with Jean Gilson, André and Jean Polak; renovated 1991-2004, architects Pierre Lallemand, Steven Beckers and Wilfried Van Campenhout) (99 kb, 4 May 2010)
  288. Brussels, Belgium: Cathédral des Saints Michel et Gudule: decoration over right door (105 kb, 8 May 2010)
  289. Brussels, Belgium: Cathédral des Saints Michel et Gudule: tympanum over central door (98 kb, 8 May 2010)
  290. Brussels, Belgium: Cathédral des Saints Michel et Gudule: tympanum over left door (86 kb, 8 May 2010)
  291. Brussels, Belgium: Église Notre Dame du Sablon (Church of Our Lady of Sablon): pulpit detail (85 kb, 4 May 2010)
  292. Brussels, Belgium: Gare du Luxembourg: entrance (2004, Atelier Espace Léopold) (88 kb, 4 May 2010)
  293. Brussels, Belgium: Grand Place (Grote Markt), The House of the Dukes of Brabant: façade (107 kb, 8 May 2010)
  294. Brussels, Belgium: Grand Place (Grote Markt), The House of the King of Spain: façade (94 kb, 8 May 2010)
  295. Brussels, Belgium: Grand Place (Grote Markt), The She-Wolf: façade (1690s, architect Pieter Herbosch) (100 kb, 8 May 2010)
  296. Brussels, Belgium: Grand Place (Grote Markt), The Swan: swan over door (90 kb, 8 May 2010)
  297. Brussels, Belgium: Grand Place (Grote Markt), Town Hall: tympanum (1402-1449, architects Jacob van Thienen, Jan van Ruysbroek) (94 kb, 8 May 2010)
  298. Brussels, Belgium: József Antall building: façade (78 kb, 4 May 2010)
  299. Brussels, Belgium: Konrad Adenauer bridge: view (77 kb, 4 May 2010)
  300. Brussels, Belgium: Saint-Gilles: altar and behind, angels and saints (1923, artist Arthur Van Gramberen) (84 kb, 4 May 2010)
  301. Brussels, Belgium: Saint-Gilles: nave (1862-1867, architect Victor Besme) (85 kb, 4 May 2010)
  302. Brussels, Belgium: Tour du Midi: fountain (1962-1967) (76 kb, 8 May 2010)
  303. Brussels, Belgium: Tour du Midi: fountain (1962-1967) (69 kb, 8 May 2010)
  304. Buffalo, New York (NY): Buffalo-Niagara Airport: corner window structure (1997, lead designer Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates) (86 kb, 19 July 2007)
  305. Buffalo, New York (NY): Darwin D. Martin Gardener's Cottage: view from front (c1908, architect Frank Lloyd Wright) (113 kb, 7 September 2005)
  306. Buffalo, New York (NY): Darwin D. Martin House: 'martin house' roof top ornament (now on ground) (1904-1906, architect Frank Lloyd Wright) (93 kb, 7 September 2005)
  307. Buffalo, New York (NY): Darwin D. Martin House: view (1904-1906, architect Frank Lloyd Wright) (78 kb, 5 August 2009)
  308. Buffalo, New York (NY): Electric Tower: view (1912, architect James A. Johnson) (65 kb, 5 August 2009)
  309. Buffalo, New York (NY): Ellicott Square Building: courtyard mosaic floor (1930-1931, designed by William Winthrop Kent and James A. Johnson) (99 kb, 18 July 2007)
  310. Buffalo, New York (NY): Ellicott Square Building: elevator (lift) door (1895-1896, Daniel H. Burnham and Co., principal architect Charles Atwood) (84 kb, 18 July 2007)
  311. Buffalo, New York (NY): Ellicott Square Building: entrance (1895-1896, Daniel H. Burnham and Co., principal architect Charles Atwood) (88 kb, 18 July 2007)
  312. Buffalo, New York (NY): Ellicott Square Building: entrance detail (1895-1896, Daniel H. Burnham and Co., principal architect Charles Atwood) (95 kb, 18 July 2007)
  313. Buffalo, New York (NY): Ellicott Square Building: entrance lantern and columns (1895-1896, Daniel H. Burnham and Co., principal architect Charles Atwood) (80 kb, 18 July 2007)
  314. Buffalo, New York (NY): Ellicott Square Building: staircase in courtyard (1895-1896, Daniel H. Burnham and Co., principal architect Charles Atwood) (101 kb, 18 July 2007)
  315. Buffalo, New York (NY): Ellicott Square Building: staircase in entrance hall (vestibule) (1895-1896, Daniel H. Burnham and Co., principal architect Charles Atwood) (82 kb, 18 July 2007)
  316. Buffalo, New York (NY): Ellicott Square Building: top of façade (1895-1896, Daniel H. Burnham and Co., principal architect Charles Atwood) (80 kb, 18 July 2007)
  317. Buffalo, New York (NY): Erie Community College (was Post Office): tower (1894-1901, Jeremiah O'Rourke, William Arkin and James Knox Taylor) (39 kb, 18 July 2007)
  318. Buffalo, New York (NY): Erie Community College: interior courtyard façade (1894-1901, Jeremiah O'Rourke, William Arkin and James Knox Taylor; 1979-1981, Cannon Design, conversion for college) (95 kb, 18 July 2007)
  319. Buffalo, New York (NY): Forest Lawn Cemetery: Blue Sky Mausoleum (designed 1928, built 2004, architect Frank Lloyd Wright) (65 kb, 7 September 2005)
  320. Buffalo, New York (NY): George Barton House: view (1903, architect Frank Lloyd Wright) (83 kb, 5 August 2009)
  321. Buffalo, New York (NY): Liberty (Bank) Building (originally German-American Bank): lantern (1925, architect Alfred Bossom) (67 kb, 18 July 2007)
  322. Buffalo, New York (NY): Liberty (Bank) Building (originally German-American Bank): view (1925, architect Alfred Bossom) (52 kb, 5 August 2009)
  323. Buffalo, New York (NY): Saint Joseph's Cathedral: lantern (1851-1855, architect Patrick Keeley) (75 kb, 18 July 2007)
  324. Buffalo, New York (NY): West Swan Street: grape vine decoration (72 kb, 18 July 2007)
  325. Burwell, England: St Mary's Church: chancel stalls (15th century?) (83 kb, 24 January 2009)
  326. Burwell, England: St Mary's Church: nave roof (15th century) (80 kb, 31 January 2009)
  327. Burwell, England: St Mary's Church: view down nave (15th century) (84 kb, 24 January 2009)
  328. Cahors, France: Valentre bridge (Pont Valentre) (65 kb, 31 August 2001)
  329. Caldecote, England: Meunier House: view (1965, 2005, architect John Meunier) (104 kb, 6 July 2009)
  330. Cambridge, England: 11 Grange Road: relief above door (1912, architect A.J. Winter Rose) (58 kb, 28 August 2008)
  331. Cambridge, England: Cambridge University Sports Centre: façade detail (2012-2013, Arup Associates) (80 kb, 7 August 2013)
  332. Cambridge, England: Cambridge University Sports Centre: large sports hall (2012-2013, Arup Associates) (81 kb, 14 September 2013)
  333. Cambridge, England: Centre for Mathematical Sciences: Pavilion A, cafeteria (1999-2000, Edward Cullinan Architects) (84 kb, 8 August 2012)
  334. Cambridge, England: Centre for Mathematical Sciences: Pavilion C from roof of Pavilion A (94 kb, 28 August 2014)
  335. Cambridge, England: Christ's College: chapel stalls (89 kb, 1 November 2011)
  336. Cambridge, England: Churchill College: interior (1967, architect Richard Sheppard, Robson and Partners) (79 kb, 2 June 2009)
  337. Cambridge, England: Churchill College: Study Centre hallway roof (1993, Thurlow Carnell and Thornburrow) (92 kb, 1 April 2008)
  338. Cambridge, England: Clare College: chapel altar and apse (92 kb, 23 September 2014)
  339. Cambridge, England: Clare College: chapel interior (84 kb, 22 May 2007)
  340. Cambridge, England: Clare College: chapel organ (88 kb, 22 May 2007)
  341. Cambridge, England: Clare College: dining hall ceiling (87 kb, 10 September 2010)
  342. Cambridge, England: Clare College: dining hall ceiling (80 kb, 10 September 2010)
  343. Cambridge, England: Clare College: dining hall ceiling, detail (73 kb, 10 September 2010)
  344. Cambridge, England: Clare College: dining hall interior (95 kb, 10 September 2010)
  345. Cambridge, England: Corpus Christi College: chapel, altar (80 kb, 13 September 2014)
  346. Cambridge, England: Corpus Christi College: chapel, organ (1968, N.P. Mander Ltd., casework designed by S.E. Dykes Bower) (81 kb, 17 October 2007)
  347. Cambridge, England: Corpus Christi College: chapel, seating (69 kb, 5 May 2009)
  348. Cambridge, England: Corpus Christi College: Corpus Clock (2003-2008, designed by John Taylor) (from the inside) (86 kb, 13 September 2014)
  349. Cambridge, England: Corpus Christi College: Corpus Clock (2003-2008, designed by John Taylor) (with grasshopper escapement on top, sculpted by Matthew Lane Sanderson) (69 kb, 19 September 2008)
  350. Cambridge, England: Cowley Road: horses and hi-tech (70 kb, 12 June 2000)
  351. Cambridge, England: CUP bookshop, St Mary's Street: window grill (88 kb, 9 April 2008)
  352. Cambridge, England: Department of Criminology: windows (2003-2004, architect Allies and Morrison) (68 kb, 25 October 2004)
  353. Cambridge, England: Downing College: library cupola (1992-1993, architect Quinlan Terry) (62 kb, 7 June 2001)
  354. Cambridge, England: Downing College: library floor (1992-1993, architect Quinlan Terry) (71 kb, 7 June 2001)
  355. Cambridge, England: East Road: Helmore Building extension window (2003-2005, Hawkins\Brown) (150 kb, 1 April 2005)
  356. Cambridge, England: Elizabeth Way roundabout underpass: lamp posts (66 kb, 9 April 2008)
  357. Cambridge, England: Emmanuel College: chapel interior (80 kb, 25 July 2002)
  358. Cambridge, England: Faculty of Education, Donald McIntyre Building: glass enclosure (2003-2005, Building Design Partnership) (78 kb, 26 May 2012)
  359. Cambridge, England: Faculty of English: windows (2003-2004, architect Allies and Morrison) (76 kb, 1 October 2004)
  360. Cambridge, England: Faculty of Law: exterior (1994-1995, Norman Foster and Partners) (53 kb, 22 April 2005)
  361. Cambridge, England: Fitzwilliam College, Gatehouse Court: windows (2002-2004, architect Allies and Morrison) (52 kb, 14 December 2004)
  362. Cambridge, England: Fitzwilliam College: dining room (1961-1967, architect Denys Lasdun and Partners) (78 kb, 17 November 2014)
  363. Cambridge, England: Fitzwilliam Museum: dome support (1870-1875, restored 1999-2001) (81 kb, 18 March 2008)
  364. Cambridge, England: Fitzwilliam Museum: golden pineapple fence decoration (72 kb, 16 June 2014)
  365. Cambridge, England: Fitzwilliam Museum: spiral stairs (2002-2004, John Miller and Partners) (57 kb, 19 December 2013)
  366. Cambridge, England: Girton College: Ash Court, windows (2012-2013, Allies and Morrison) (78 kb, 15 March 2014)
  367. Cambridge, England: Gonville and Caius College: chapel ceiling (1637; cherubs removed 1643, replaced 1660) (125 kb, 19 June 2007)
  368. Cambridge, England: Gonville and Caius College: chapel interior (94 kb, 19 June 2007)
  369. Cambridge, England: Gonville and Caius College: Gate of Honour top half (with sundials) (75 kb, 11 May 2006)
  370. Cambridge, England: Great St Mary's Church: organ (1690s, 'Father Schmidt', Bernard Smith) (78 kb, 2 September 2008)
  371. Cambridge, England: Hauser Forum, Entrepreneurship Centre: seating (2008-2010, architects Wilkinson Eyre Architects and SMC Covell Matthews) (29 kb, 25 February 2010)
  372. Cambridge, England: Hauser Forum, Entrepreneurship Centre: windows (2008-2010, architects Wilkinson Eyre Architects and SMC Covell Matthews) (77 kb, 25 February 2010)
  373. Cambridge, England: Hyde Park, Serpentine Bar & Kitchen: view (1964, Patrick Gwynne) (123 kb, 2 June 2012)
  374. Cambridge, England: Hyde Park, Serpentine Gallery Pavilion: view (2012, Herzog & De Meuron and Ai Weiwei) (99 kb, 2 June 2012)
  375. Cambridge, England: Jane Coston Bridge (over A14): view along centreline (2003-2004, engineer Owen Williams) (45 kb, 5 May 2008)
  376. Cambridge, England: Jesus College: John Alcock (19th century ) (103 kb, 28 April 2009)
  377. Cambridge, England: Jesus College: rood screen (1846-1849, architect Augustus Pugin) (94 kb, 26 August 2009)
  378. Cambridge, England: JJ Thomson Avenue: Café Atrium, terrace (2008-2010, Wilkinson Eyre Architects, SMC Covell Matthews) (108 kb, 6 June 2013)
  379. Cambridge, England: JJ Thomson Avenue: roof structure between Hauser Forum and Broers Building (2008-2010, Wilkinson Eyre Architects, SMC Covell Matthews) (98 kb, 6 June 2013)
  380. Cambridge, England: Judge Institute: interior (1991-1995, architect John Outram Associates) (107 kb, 27 June 2000)
  381. Cambridge, England: Judge Institute: reflection of tree in window (85 kb, 2 November 2006)
  382. Cambridge, England: Kingfisher Way: balconies (2007-2008, architect Alison Brooks) (60 kb, 7 March 2008)
  383. Cambridge, England: King's College: chapel heraldic panel behind Fellows' stalls (124 kb, 11 July 2002)
  384. Cambridge, England: King's College: chapel heraldic panel behind Fellows' stalls (121 kb, 11 July 2002)
  385. Cambridge, England: King's College: chapel heraldic panel behind Fellows' stalls (101 kb, 5 June 2012)
  386. Cambridge, England: King's College: chapel in fog (124 kb, 10 December 2001)
  387. Cambridge, England: King's College: chapel interior (100 kb, 23 May 2007)
  388. Cambridge, England: King's College: chapel light fixture (58 kb, 5 June 2012)
  389. Cambridge, England: King's College: chapel organ (99 kb, 22 May 2007)
  390. Cambridge, England: King's College: chapel south façade (75 kb, 9 May 2008)
  391. Cambridge, England: King's College: chapel west door tympanum (95 kb, 23 December 2004)
  392. Cambridge, England: King's College: chapel with buttercups and cow parsley (Queen Anne's Lace) (99 kb, 18 May 2014)
  393. Cambridge, England: King's College: chapel with Horse Chestnut (Aesculus) tree in flower (73 kb, 12 May 2008)
  394. Cambridge, England: King's College: chapel, choir screen, detail (86 kb, 23 September 2014)
  395. Cambridge, England: King's College: chapel, choir screen, detail (98 kb, 23 September 2014)
  396. Cambridge, England: King's College: chapel, choir stalls (126 kb, 9 May 2008)
  397. Cambridge, England: King's College: chapel, choir stalls (144 kb, 23 September 2014)
  398. Cambridge, England: King's College: chapel, screen and gatehouse reflected in shop window (90 kb, 17 October 2003)
  399. Cambridge, England: King's College: chapel, sculpture above west door (77 kb, 21 December 2004)
  400. Cambridge, England: King's College: chapel, tympanum above west door (108 kb, 23 May 2007)
  401. Cambridge, England: King's College: fountain (100 kb, 5 June 2012)
  402. Cambridge, England: King's College: fountain and gatehouse (61 kb, 9 May 2008)
  403. Cambridge, England: King's College: gatehouse top (70 kb, 3 May 2008)
  404. Cambridge, England: King's College: shield on Queen's Road gate (96 kb, 4 March 2008)
  405. Cambridge, England: Laboratory for Molecular Biology (LMB-2): The Chromosome, atrium (66 kb, 19 May 2014)
  406. Cambridge, England: Magdalene College: Pepys Building (16th-17th century) (71 kb, 7 May 2008)
  407. Cambridge, England: Murray Edwards College (was New Hall): Canning & Eliza House windows (2004-2006, architect R H Partnership) (65 kb, 6 June 2006)
  408. Cambridge, England: Murray Edwards College (was New Hall): spiral staircase (1966, architect Chamberlin, Powell and Bon) (61 kb, 29 April 2009)
  409. Cambridge, England: National Maritime Museum, Queen's House: walkway (67 kb, 1 December 2012)
  410. Cambridge, England: Newnham College: gate (1893, designer Basil Champneys, maker Thomas Elsley) (124 kb, 31 May 2009)
  411. Cambridge, England: Newnham College: gate detail (1893, designer Basil Champneys, maker Thomas Elsley) (104 kb, 31 May 2009)
  412. Cambridge, England: Newnham College: Pfeiffer Archway gate detail (1893, designed by Basil Champneys, made by Thomas Elsley) (100 kb, 30 October 2007)
  413. Cambridge, England: Old Schools and Senate House: view (76 kb, 12 May 2008)
  414. Cambridge, England: Pembroke College: chapel organ (80 kb, 2 May 2007)
  415. Cambridge, England: Pembroke College: chapel wall decoration (40 kb, 17 April 2007)
  416. Cambridge, England: Pembroke College: dining hall, ceiling medallion (39 kb, 10 September 2012)
  417. Cambridge, England: Pembroke College: dining hall, interior (1875-1877, Alfred Waterhouse) (84 kb, 10 September 2012)
  418. Cambridge, England: Peterhouse: Burrough's Building, entrance (94 kb, 27 June 2012)
  419. Cambridge, England: Peterhouse: Master's Lodge gate detail (made 1928) (138 kb, 7 March 2008)
  420. Cambridge, England: Queens' College: chapel interior (93 kb, 22 March 2011)
  421. Cambridge, England: Queen's College: Old Court, cupola (51 kb, 2 May 2007)
  422. Cambridge, England: Queens' College: old dining hall wall, arch and ceiling decoration (1875, designed by G.F. Bodley, executed by F.R. Leach, restored 1961) (126 kb, 11 August 2006)
  423. Cambridge, England: Riverside Bridge: central span (2007-2008, designer and engineer Ramboll Whitbybird) (70 kb, 1 July 2008)
  424. Cambridge, England: Riverside Bridge: seating area (2007-2008, artist Gerry Judah, engineer Ramboll Whitbybird) (112 kb, 2 May 2009)
  425. Cambridge, England: Robinson College: altar (84 kb, 16 February 2011)
  426. Cambridge, England: Robinson College: chapel interior (99 kb, 15 October 2014)
  427. Cambridge, England: Robinson College: Chapel, interior (87 kb, 22 January 2014)
  428. Cambridge, England: Sedgwick Museum of Geology: cupola (1904-1911, architect T.G. Jackson) (72 kb, 3 March 2008)
  429. Cambridge, England: Selwyn College: chapel, border decoration in entrance hall (144 kb, 20 April 2011)
  430. Cambridge, England: Selwyn College: chapel, choir stalls (98 kb, 14 April 2011)
  431. Cambridge, England: Selwyn College: Old Court, The Selwyn Sundial (2010) (98 kb, 20 April 2011)
  432. Cambridge, England: Senate House: bathed in blue light at night (45 kb, 24 November 2009)
  433. Cambridge, England: Senate House: lamp post (70 kb, 9 April 2008)
  434. Cambridge, England: Sherlock Close: spiral stairs (1960, James and Bywaters) (71 kb, 23 May 2010)
  435. Cambridge, England: Sidney Street, Lloyds TSB Bank: clock face (1890-1893, architect Alfred Waterhouse) (107 kb, 26 December 2007)
  436. Cambridge, England: Sidney Street, Lloyds TSB Bank: dome (1890-1893, architect Alfred Waterhouse) (95 kb, 4 June 2011)
  437. Cambridge, England: Sidney Sussex College: chapel, interior (83 kb, 7 December 2013)
  438. Cambridge, England: Sidney Sussex College: chapel, woodwork (108 kb, 7 December 2013)
  439. Cambridge, England: St Andrew's Church, Chesterton: oak bench carving of griffin (71 kb, 11 April 2007)
  440. Cambridge, England: St Andrew's Church, Chesterton: oak bench carving of lion (?) (51 kb, 11 April 2007)
  441. Cambridge, England: St Andrew's Church: oak bench carving of horned creature (73 kb, 2 May 2009)
  442. Cambridge, England: St Botolph's Church: octagonal cover and canopy (1637) over medieval font (59 kb, 3 May 2008)
  443. Cambridge, England: St Catharine's College: chapel interior (80 kb, 7 June 2007)
  444. Cambridge, England: St Catharine's College: chapel interior (71 kb, 27 May 2013)
  445. Cambridge, England: St Catharine's College: McGrath Centre, bar seating (2011-2013, architect R H Partnership) (77 kb, 11 June 2013)
  446. Cambridge, England: St Catharine's College: McGrath Centre, outside seating (2011-2013, architect R H Partnership) (89 kb, 11 June 2013)
  447. Cambridge, England: St Catharine's College: McGrath Centre, seating (2011-2013, architect R H Partnership) (53 kb, 11 June 2013)
  448. Cambridge, England: St Catharine's College: McGrath Centre, stairs (2011-2013, architect R H Partnership) (53 kb, 11 June 2013)
  449. Cambridge, England: St Catharine's College: McGrath Centre, stairs (2011-2013, architect R H Partnership) (52 kb, 11 June 2013)
  450. Cambridge, England: St Giles's Church: altar and reredos (108 kb, 10 June 2011)
  451. Cambridge, England: St Giles's Church: altar and rood screen (98 kb, 10 June 2011)
  452. Cambridge, England: St John's College: entrance gate (2009, landscape architect Edward Hutchinson, maker Crofton Engineering) (111 kb, 6 July 2009)
  453. Cambridge, England: St John's College: main gate decoration (119 kb, 1 February 2005)
  454. Cambridge, England: St John's College: old Divinity building, decoration over door (87 kb, 4 October 2012)
  455. Cambridge, England: Station Road: Microsoft Building, windows (2011-2012, Chetwoods Architects) (79 kb, 18 December 2013)
  456. Cambridge, England: Trinity College Science Park: Q.ton Forum (1999-2000, architect The Charter Partnership) (119 kb, 1 October 2000)
  457. Cambridge, England: Trinity College: chapel interior (88 kb, 19 May 2007)
  458. Cambridge, England: Trinity College: chapel organ (90 kb, 19 May 2007)
  459. Cambridge, England: Trinity College: chapel, door ironwork (110 kb, 29 December 2013)
  460. Cambridge, England: Trinity College: detail of Great Gate decoration (94 kb, 23 May 2008)
  461. Cambridge, England: Trinity College: Nevile's Court cloister (57 kb, 2 March 2009)
  462. Cambridge, England: Trinity College: Nevile's Gate, top (showing royal seal) (63 kb, 3 May 2008)
  463. Cambridge, England: Trinity College: The Avenue gate, with Plain (Platanus) trees (139 kb, 2 March 2009)
  464. Cambridge, England: Trinity College: Wren Library (1676-1684, Christopher Wren) (67 kb, 3 May 2008)
  465. Cambridge, England: Trinity College: Wren Library gate ironwork (101 kb, 23 December 2004)
  466. Cambridge, England: Trinity College: Wren Library interior (82 kb, 19 June 2007)
  467. Cambridge, England: Trinity College: Wren Library, arches and columns (72 kb, 22 February 2002)
  468. Cambridge, England: Trinity College: Wren Library, pediment ('Ptolemy II receiving the Septuagint from the Translators', c 1679) (53 kb, 23 March 2008)
  469. Cambridge, England: Water Street: Green Dragon pub (100 kb, 31 May 2000)
  470. Canterbury, England: University of Kent, Department of Biosciences: stairs (1972, architects Easton, Robertson, Preston and Partners) (75 kb, 21 February 2006)
  471. Cape May, New Jersey (NJ): 815 Columbia Avenue: porch railing with cutout tulip design (46 kb, 17 July 2008)
  472. Cape May, New Jersey (NJ): Southern Mansion: view, near dusk (built 1863, architect Samuel Sloan; restored 1994-1996) (88 kb, 17 July 2008)
  473. Carcassonne, France: view from a distance (72 kb, 1 September 2001)
  474. Castleton-on-Hudson, New York (NY): Interstate 90: bridge structure over Hudson River (104 kb, 11 July 2014)
  475. Celebration, Florida (FL): Celebration Avenue: tower (71 kb, 20 July 2007)
  476. Celebration, Florida (FL): Market Street: shopping arcade (88 kb, 20 July 2007)
  477. Celebration, Florida (FL): Spring Park Loop: typical house (97 kb, 20 July 2007)
  478. Celebration, Florida (FL): US Post Office: view (1993, Michael Graves) (40 kb, 20 July 2007)
  479. Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania (PA): Brandywine River Museum: exterior reflections (1970-1971, architect James R. Grieves) (121 kb, 21 July 2008)
  480. Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania (PA): Brandywine River Museum: skylight (1970-1971, architect James R. Grieves) (48 kb, 21 July 2008)
  481. Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania (PA): Brandywine River Museum: skylight (1970-1971, architect James R. Grieves) (49 kb, 21 July 2008)
  482. Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania (PA): Brandywine River Museum: view out of window with reflections of gallery interior (1970-1971, architect James R. Grieves) (78 kb, 21 July 2008)
  483. Chalk Hill, Pennsylvania (PA): Kentuck Knob (I.N. and Bernardine Hagan House): driveway lamp (1950s, architect Frank Lloyd Wright) (115 kb, 9 September 2005)
  484. Chalk Hill, Pennsylvania (PA): Kentuck Knob (I.N. and Bernardine Hagan House): entrance area (1954-1956, architect Frank Lloyd Wright) (100 kb, 9 September 2005)
  485. Chalk Hill, Pennsylvania (PA): Kentuck Knob (I.N. and Bernardine Hagan House): entrance area detail (steps, wall frieze, small triangular rain drain) (1954-1956, architect Frank Lloyd Wright) (82 kb, 9 September 2005)
  486. Chalk Hill, Pennsylvania (PA): Kentuck Knob (I.N. and Bernardine Hagan House): southwest corner (the 'prow') (1954-1956, architect Frank Lloyd Wright) (118 kb, 9 September 2005)
  487. Chalk Hill, Pennsylvania (PA): Kentuck Knob (I.N. and Bernardine Hagan House): terrace including hexagonal roof cutouts (1954-1956, architect Frank Lloyd Wright) (82 kb, 9 September 2005)
  488. Chalk Hill, Pennsylvania (PA): Kentuck Knob (I.N. and Bernardine Hagan House): west wall and hexagonal roof cutouts (1954-1956, architect Frank Lloyd Wright) (112 kb, 9 September 2005)
  489. Charleston, South Carolina (SC): Col. Othneil Beale's House, East Bay Street: Col. Othneil Beale's House (74 kb, 17 July 2010)
  490. Charleston, South Carolina (SC): Dock Street Theatre, Church Street: balcony iron railing (84 kb, 17 July 2010)
  491. Charlottesville, Virginia (VA): Monticello Visitor Center: museum shop (2009, Ayers/Saint/Gross Architects and Planners) (102 kb, 19 July 2010)
  492. Charlottesville, Virginia (VA): Monticello Visitor Center: Robert H. and Clarice Smith Gallery (2009, Ayers/Saint/Gross Architects and Planners) (104 kb, 19 July 2010)
  493. Charlottesville, Virginia (VA): Monticello Visitor Center: ticket office (2009, Ayers/Saint/Gross Architects and Planners) (74 kb, 19 July 2010)
  494. Charlottesville, Virginia (VA): Monticello: west front (1769-1809, architect Thomas Jefferson) (103 kb, 19 July 2010)
  495. Charlottesville, Virginia (VA): University of Virginia: curving brick garden wall (1820s, architect Thomas Jefferson) (155 kb, 19 July 2010)
  496. Charlottesville, Virginia (VA): University of Virginia: Pavilion walkway (1820s, architect Thomas Jefferson) (69 kb, 19 July 2010)
  497. Charlottesville, Virginia (VA): University of Virginia: Pavilion, window and frieze (1822, architect Thomas Jefferson) (57 kb, 19 July 2010)
  498. Chirk, Wrexham, Wales: Chirk Castle: Davies Gates detail (made between 1712 and 1719 by the brothers Robert and John Davies of Bersham near Wrexham) (112 kb, 15 October 2005)
  499. Corning, New York (NY): Christ Episcopal Church: choir stalls and altar (86 kb, 14 July 2014)
  500. Corning, New York (NY): Christ Episcopal Church: view down nave (97 kb, 14 July 2014)
  501. Corning, New York (NY): World War Memorial Library: view (1929, architect Palmer Rogers) (81 kb, 8 August 2009)
  502. Cottenham, England: All Saints Church: nave roof (1622) (73 kb, 31 January 2009)
  503. Cottenham, England: All Saints Church: pew bench carving (1867) (58 kb, 31 January 2009)
  504. Cottenham, England: All Saints Church: pew bench carving (1867) (62 kb, 31 January 2009)
  505. Cottenham, England: All Saints Church: pew bench carving (1867) (52 kb, 31 January 2009)
  506. Coventry, England: Coventry Cathedral (St Michael's Cathedral): choir stalls (1956-1962, architect Basil Spence) (93 kb, 4 November 2010)
  507. Częstochowa, Poland: Jasna Góra: basilica altar (121 kb, 12 July 2005)
  508. Częstochowa, Poland: Jasna Góra: basilica entrance façade (60 kb, 12 July 2005)
  509. Częstochowa, Poland: Jasna Góra: baslica, Chapel of St Anthony of Padua, altar (18th c) (97 kb, 12 July 2005)
  510. Częstochowa, Poland: Jasna Góra: Chapel of the Virgin organ (1956) (125 kb, 12 July 2005)
  511. Derby, New York (NY): Graycliff (Isabel Martin House): view from back (1926-1927, architect Frank Lloyd Wright) (105 kb, 7 September 2005)
  512. Edinburgh, Scotland: Dynamic Earth: view (1999, architect Michael Hopkins and Partners) (63 kb, 6 April 2004)
  513. Edinburgh, Scotland: Waverley Station: cupola frieze (90 kb, 9 February 2006)
  514. Eindhoven, Netherlands: Eindhoven Airport: terminal building (2004-2005, architects NACO and KCAP) (61 kb, 27 March 2009)
  515. Elkins Park, Pennsylvania (PA): Beth Sholom Synagogue: door handle (1954-1959, Frank Lloyd Wright and Mortimer J. Cohen) (55 kb, 21 July 2008)
  516. Elkins Park, Pennsylvania (PA): Beth Sholom Synagogue: light fixture (1954-1959, Frank Lloyd Wright and Mortimer J. Cohen) (36 kb, 21 July 2008)
  517. Elkins Park, Pennsylvania (PA): Beth Sholom Synagogue: main chamber (1954-1959, Frank Lloyd Wright and Mortimer J. Cohen) (83 kb, 21 July 2008)
  518. Elkins Park, Pennsylvania (PA): Beth Sholom Synagogue: main chamber, altar (1954-1959, Frank Lloyd Wright and Mortimer J. Cohen) (61 kb, 21 July 2008)
  519. Elkins Park, Pennsylvania (PA): Beth Sholom Synagogue: main chamber, ceiling (1954-1959, Frank Lloyd Wright and Mortimer J. Cohen) (96 kb, 21 July 2008)
  520. Elkins Park, Pennsylvania (PA): Beth Sholom Synagogue: main chamber, chandelier (1954-1959, Frank Lloyd Wright and Mortimer J. Cohen) (86 kb, 21 July 2008)
  521. Elkins Park, Pennsylvania (PA): Beth Sholom Synagogue: main chamber, corner with memorial board (1954-1959, Frank Lloyd Wright and Mortimer J. Cohen) (65 kb, 21 July 2008)
  522. Elkins Park, Pennsylvania (PA): Beth Sholom Synagogue: main entrance (1954-1959, Frank Lloyd Wright and Mortimer J. Cohen) (80 kb, 21 July 2008)
  523. Elkins Park, Pennsylvania (PA): Beth Sholom Synagogue: main entrance (1954-1959, Frank Lloyd Wright and Mortimer J. Cohen) (74 kb, 21 July 2008)
  524. Elkins Park, Pennsylvania (PA): Beth Sholom Synagogue: roof line (1954-1959, Frank Lloyd Wright and Mortimer J. Cohen) (69 kb, 21 July 2008)
  525. Elkins Park, Pennsylvania (PA): Beth Sholom Synagogue: Sisterhood Sanctuary altar (1954-1959, Frank Lloyd Wright and Mortimer J. Cohen) (54 kb, 21 July 2008)
  526. Elkins Park, Pennsylvania (PA): Beth Sholom Synagogue: Star of David light (1954-1959, Frank Lloyd Wright and Mortimer J. Cohen) (111 kb, 21 July 2008)
  527. Elkins Park, Pennsylvania (PA): Beth Sholom Synagogue: view along fountain (1954-1959, Frank Lloyd Wright and Mortimer J. Cohen) (97 kb, 21 July 2008)
  528. Elkins Park, Pennsylvania (PA): Beth Sholom Synagogue: view from front (1954-1959, Frank Lloyd Wright and Mortimer J. Cohen) (71 kb, 21 July 2008)
  529. Ely, England: Ely Cathedral: tympanum above west door (115 kb, 21 January 2006)
  530. Ettlingen, Germany: Albstraße: Harlot Fountain (middle of 16th century, renovated 1804) (63 kb, 17 April 2008)
  531. Ettlingen, Germany: Albstraße: Harlot Fountain, detail (middle of 16th century, renovated 1804) (84 kb, 17 April 2008)
  532. Ettlingen, Germany: Färbergaße: shrine (73 kb, 18 April 2008)
  533. Ettlingen, Germany: Herz-Jesu Kirche: angel (part of door surround) (c1900) (77 kb, 18 April 2008)
  534. Ettlingen, Germany: Herz-Jesu Kirche: column decoration (c1900) (89 kb, 18 April 2008)
  535. Ettlingen, Germany: Kirchenplatz: latticework house (former office for church taxes, restored 1980s) (72 kb, 18 April 2008)
  536. Ettlingen, Germany: Kronenstraße and Albstraße: St Borromäus (1755, sculptor Michael Heilmann) (73 kb, 17 April 2008)
  537. Ettlingen, Germany: Kronenstraße: ironwork hanging cross (1761) (59 kb, 18 April 2008)
  538. Ettlingen, Germany: Marktstraße: Fountain of the Fool (Hans von Singen), detail (16th century) (65 kb, 17 April 2008)
  539. Ettlingen, Germany: Rathausturm: shrine (Mary and Jesus) (63 kb, 17 April 2008)
  540. Ettlingen, Germany: Rathausturm: view (originally medieval but redesigned in baroque style and extended upwards c1740) (43 kb, 18 April 2008)
  541. Ettlingen, Germany: Schloß (Castle): decoration over entrance (baroque, 1728-1732, master builder Johann Michael Ludwig Rohrer; restored 1978) (84 kb, 17 April 2008)
  542. Ettlingen, Germany: Schloß (Castle): Dolphin Fountain (1612, master builder Johannes Schoch) (95 kb, 17 April 2008)
  543. Ettlingen, Germany: Schloß (Castle): Dolphin Fountain, detail (1612, master builder Johannes Schoch) (63 kb, 17 April 2008)
  544. Ettlingen, Germany: Schloß (Castle): trompe l'oeil façade (baroque, 1728-1732, master builder Johann Michael Ludwig Rohrer; restored 1978) (87 kb, 17 April 2008)
  545. Ettlingen, Germany: Schloß (Castle): trompe l'oeil window detail (baroque, 1728-1732, master builder Johann Michael Ludwig Rohrer; restored 1978) (57 kb, 17 April 2008)
  546. Ettlingen, Germany: Seminarstraße: ironwork sign (1905) (74 kb, 18 April 2008)
  547. Ettlingen, Germany: Seminarstraße: Monk's sculpture (popularly known as 'hic') (probably 16th century) (95 kb, 18 April 2008)
  548. Ettlingen, Germany: St Martinskirche: façade (1733) (74 kb, 27 April 2005)
  549. Ettlingen, Germany: St Martinskirche: view (1733) (67 kb, 18 April 2008)
  550. Florence, Massachusetts (MA): Look Park: Sanctuary and trees (on Willow Lake) (81 kb, 15 September 2006)
  551. Frankfurt (Mertonviertel, Heddernheim), Germany: Deutsches Reisebüro (Emil-von-Behring-Strasse 6): entrance (1991, Isenberg Architekten) (131 kb, 17 February 2009)
  552. Frankfurt (Mertonviertel, Heddernheim), Germany: Deutsches Reisebüro (Emil-von-Behring-Strasse 6): view (1991, Isenberg Architekten) (99 kb, 17 February 2009)
  553. Frankfurt (Mertonviertel, Heddernheim), Germany: Price Waterhouse Coopers (Undine-Haus, Marie-Curie-Strasse 24-28): view (2000, architect Hommel & Rodrian) (75 kb, 17 February 2009)
  554. Frankfurt (Riedberg), Germany: Frankfurter Innovationszentrum Biotechnologie: entrance, from courtyard (Altenhöferallee 3) (2002-2004, Henn Architekten) (78 kb, 17 February 2009)
  555. Frankfurt (Riedberg), Germany: Frankfurter Innovationszentrum Biotechnologie: entrance, from street (Altenhöferallee 3) (2002-2004, Henn Architekten) (71 kb, 18 February 2009)
  556. Frankfurt (Riedberg), Germany: Frankfurter Innovationszentrum Biotechnologie: LabRestaurant (Altenhöferallee 3) (2007-2008, Henn Architekten) (77 kb, 17 February 2009)
  557. Frankfurt (Riedberg), Germany: Goethe-Universität Frankfurt Am Main: Biochemie (Biochemistry, Max-von-Laue-Straße 9) helical staircase (79 kb, 17 February 2009)
  558. Frankfurt (Riedberg), Germany: Goethe-Universität Frankfurt Am Main: Biochemie (Biochemistry, Max-von-Laue-Straße 9) stairwell (72 kb, 17 February 2009)
  559. Frankfurt (Riedberg), Germany: Goethe-Universität Frankfurt Am Main: Biochemie, Chemie und Pharmazie (Biochemistry, Chemistry and Pharmacy, Max-von-Laue-Straße 9) hallway (83 kb, 18 February 2009)
  560. Frankfurt (Riedberg), Germany: Goethe-Universität Frankfurt Am Main: Chemie (Chemistry, Max-von-Laue-Straße 7) (1971-1973) (79 kb, 17 February 2009)
  561. Frankfurt (Riedberg), Germany: Goethe-Universität Frankfurt Am Main: FIAS (Frankfurt Institute for Advanced Studies, Ruth-Moufang-Straße 1) (2006-2007, architect msm meyer schmitz-morkramer) (71 kb, 18 February 2009)
  562. Frankfurt (Riedberg), Germany: Goethe-Universität Frankfurt Am Main: Institut für Geowissenschaften (Institute of Geoscience, Altenhöferallee 1) (60 kb, 18 February 2009)
  563. Frankfurt (Riedberg), Germany: Goethe-Universität Frankfurt Am Main: Institut für Geowissenschaften (Institute of Geoscience, Altenhöferallee 1), entrance (94 kb, 17 February 2009)
  564. Frankfurt (Riedberg), Germany: Goethe-Universität Frankfurt Am Main: Mensa (Max-von-Laue-Straße 9) (59 kb, 18 February 2009)
  565. Frankfurt (Riedberg), Germany: Goethe-Universität Frankfurt Am Main: Physik (Physics, Max-von-Laue-Straße 1) (2002-2005, ArGe Architekten) (78 kb, 18 February 2009)
  566. Frankfurt (Riedberg), Germany: Goethe-Universität Frankfurt Am Main: Physik (Physics, Max-von-Laue-Straße 1), detail (2002-2005, ArGe Architekten) (69 kb, 18 February 2009)
  567. Frankfurt (Riedberg), Germany: Max Planck Institut für Biophysik: gästhaus (guest house, Max-von-Laue-Straße 5) (2003, Auer+Weber+Assoziierte) (78 kb, 18 February 2009)
  568. Frankfurt (Riedberg), Germany: Max Planck Institut für Biophysik: library (Max-von-Laue-Straße 3) (2003, Auer+Weber+Assoziierte) (96 kb, 18 February 2009)
  569. Frankfurt (Riedberg), Germany: Max Planck Institut für Biophysik: view (Max-von-Laue-Straße 3) (2003, Auer+Weber+Assoziierte) (76 kb, 18 February 2009)
  570. Frankfurt (Riedberg), Germany: Poseidon-Haus (Altenhöferallee): view (2007-2009) (64 kb, 18 February 2009)
  571. Frankfurt (Riedberg), Germany: shopping mall (Altenhöferallee): travelator (escalator) (2008) (55 kb, 18 February 2009)
  572. Frankfurt (Riedberg), Germany: shopping mall and housing (Altenhöferallee): view (2008) (63 kb, 18 February 2009)
  573. Frankfurt, Germany: 37-39 Kaiserstraße: column support, female (70 kb, 8 May 2010)
  574. Frankfurt, Germany: Alte Nikolaikirche (St Paulsgemeinde, Römerberg 9): view (originally 11th-13th century, destroyed in WWII) (58 kb, 18 February 2009)
  575. Frankfurt, Germany: Alte Oper: lamp post (1873-1880, architect Richard Lucae, reconstructed 1976-1981) (84 kb, 18 February 2009)
  576. Frankfurt, Germany: Alte Oper: pediments (1873-1880, architect Richard Lucae, reconstructed 1976-1981) (114 kb, 18 February 2009)
  577. Frankfurt, Germany: Alte Oper: view (1873-1880, architect Richard Lucae, reconstructed 1976-1981) (87 kb, 18 February 2009)
  578. Frankfurt, Germany: Commerzbank: view (1994-1997, Norman Foster and Partners) (42 kb, 18 February 2009)
  579. Frankfurt, Germany: Eurotower, European Central Bank: view (1971-1977, architects Richard Heil, Johannes Krahn) (86 kb, 8 May 2010)
  580. Frankfurt, Germany: Haus Wertheim (Fahrtor 1): view (1600, so not destroyed in WWII) (90 kb, 18 February 2009)
  581. Frankfurt, Germany: IG Farben Building (Pölzig-Bau): detail (1928-1930, architect Hans Pölzig, restored 1998-2001) (95 kb, 18 February 2009)
  582. Frankfurt, Germany: IG Farben Building (Pölzig-Bau): view (1928-1930, architect Hans Pölzig, restored 1998-2001) (75 kb, 18 February 2009)
  583. Frankfurt, Germany: Römer (Römerberg 21): door detail (originally medieval, destroyed in WWII) (93 kb, 18 February 2009)
  584. Frankfurt, Germany: Römer (Römerberg 21): door detail (originally medieval, destroyed in WWII) (89 kb, 18 February 2009)
  585. Frankfurt, Germany: Römer (Römerberg 21): façade (originally medieval, destroyed in WWII) (76 kb, 18 February 2009)
  586. Frankfurt, Germany: Salzhaus (Salt House, Römerberg , 27): wood plaque below window (one in series of the four seasons) (1610, so not destroyed in WWII) (63 kb, 18 February 2009)
  587. Frankfurt, Germany: Zum Schwarzen Stern (Römerberg 21): sign (84 kb, 18 February 2009)
  588. Gdańsk, Poland: Artus' Court (Dwór Artusa): façade (1616-1617, decorated by Abraham van den Blocke), with Neptune Fountain (1633, cast by Peter Husen) in foreground (86 kb, 16 July 2005)
  589. Gdańsk, Poland: Golden House (Złota Kamienica): façade (1618, designed by Abraham van den Blocke) (97 kb, 16 July 2005)
  590. Gdańsk, Poland: St Mary's Church: angel playing trumpet (1760; Johann Heinrich Meissner) (57 kb, 16 July 2005)
  591. Gdańsk, Poland: St Mary's Church: clock (1460s; made by Hans Duringer) (87 kb, 16 July 2005)
  592. Gdańsk, Poland: ulica Długa: façade (85 kb, 16 July 2005)
  593. Glasgow, Scotland: Glasgow University, Gilbert Scott Building: tower (1870, George Gilbert Scott) (77 kb, 8 February 2006)
  594. Glasgow, Scotland: Glasgow University, Wolfson Medical School Building: view (2002, Reiach and Hall Architects) (88 kb, 8 February 2006)
  595. Göteborg (Gothenburg), Sweden: 18 Kungsportsavenyn (Avenyn): decorative supports (73 kb, 19 October 2005)
  596. Göteborg (Gothenburg), Sweden: 23 Storgatan: lion's head (106 kb, 8 June 2004)
  597. Göteborg (Gothenburg), Sweden: Chalmers tekniska högskola (Chalmers University of Technology), MC2 building: balconies (2000, Erséus Frenning Sjögren Arkitekter) (85 kb, 8 June 2004)
  598. Göteborg (Gothenburg), Sweden: Nils Ericson Terminalen (Terminal): bus departure hall (1996, Niels Torp Arkitekter) (116 kb, 9 June 2004)
  599. Gog Magog Hills, England: Wandlebury Ring: Stable Block cupola (18th century) (77 kb, 24 August 2008)
  600. Granada, Spain: Alhambra: Mirador de Lindaraja, Mocárabe decoration (119 kb, 11 December 2005)
  601. Granada, Spain: Alhambra: Palacio de Carlos V (Charles V Palace), interior (77 kb, 11 December 2005)
  602. Granada, Spain: Alhambra: Patio de los Arrayanes (Myrtle Courtyard) (86 kb, 11 December 2005)
  603. Granada, Spain: Alhambra: Patio de los Liones (Courtyard of the Lions), Mocárabe arch (86 kb, 11 December 2005)
  604. Granada, Spain: Alhambra: Patio de los Liones (Courtyard of the Lions), Mocárabe arches (128 kb, 11 December 2005)
  605. Granada, Spain: Alhambra: Patio del Cuarto Dorado (Courtyard of the Golden Room, Patio del Mexuar) (89 kb, 11 December 2005)
  606. Granada, Spain: Alhambra: Sala de dos Hermanas (Hall of the Two Sisters), Mocárabe cupola (112 kb, 11 December 2005)
  607. Granada, Spain: Alhambra: Sala de la Barca (Hall of the Barca), Mocárabe vault (89 kb, 11 December 2005)
  608. Granada, Spain: Alhambra: Sala de los Abencerrajes (Hall of the Abencerrajes), Mocárabe cupola (98 kb, 11 December 2005)
  609. Granada, Spain: Alhambra: Sala de los Abencerrajes (Hall of the Abencerrajes), Mocárabe decoration (126 kb, 11 December 2005)
  610. Granada, Spain: Alhambra: Sala de los Reyes (Hall of the Kings), wall decoration and Mocárabe arches (112 kb, 11 December 2005)
  611. Granada, Spain: Iglesia y Convento de San Anton: cupola (17th-18th c) (105 kb, 11 December 2005)
  612. Grenoble, France: 6 Rue Félix Poulat: elephant decoration (architects Chatrousse and Ricoud) (75 kb, 24 February 2006)
  613. Grenoble, France: A48 at tollbooth: communication tower (69 kb, 22 February 2006)
  614. Grenoble, France: ESRF (European Synchroton Radiation Facility): connecting corridor from experimental hall to central building (c1991) (50 kb, 23 February 2006)
  615. Guilford, Vermont (VT): Southeastern Vermont Welcome Center (1999, architect Timothy D. Smith and Associates with Vermont Timber Works) (101 kb, 1 December 2002)
  616. Haddenham, England: Water Tower: view (1967, engineer F.W. Sanders) (61 kb, 24 January 2009)
  617. Harlow, England: M11 (2.5 km north of J7): Church Langley Water Tower (1993-4, structural design Pearson Ellis Partnership) (55 kb, 3 February 2008)
  618. Heidelberg, Germany: 12 Rohrbacher Straße: window decoration (80 kb, 5 May 2010)
  619. Heidelberg, Germany: 126 Hauptstraße: female column decoration (69 kb, 5 May 2010)
  620. Heidelberg, Germany: 2 Richard Hauser Platz: façade (73 kb, 5 May 2010)
  621. Heidelberg, Germany: 30 Rohrbacher Straße: ogre head (70 kb, 7 May 2010)
  622. Heidelberg, Germany: 4 Adenauerplatz: façade (69 kb, 5 May 2010)
  623. Heidelberg, Germany: 44 Hauptstraße: window (1901) (83 kb, 5 May 2010)
  624. Heidelberg, Germany: 8 Lauerstraße: angel on old column support (61 kb, 7 May 2010)
  625. Heidelberg, Germany: 86 Hauptstraße: decoration, bottom of window (63 kb, 5 May 2010)
  626. Heidelberg, Germany: Corps Suevia, Klingenteichstraße: view (1911, architects Rudolf Tilessen, Peter Count) (99 kb, 5 May 2010)
  627. Heidelberg, Germany: EMBL, Casino: view (2010, architect Bernhardt + Partner) (62 kb, 5 May 2010)
  628. Heidelberg, Germany: EMBL, The Advanced Training Centre: double helix ramp (2010, architect Bernhardt + Partner) (95 kb, 5 May 2010)
  629. Heidelberg, Germany: EMBL, The Advanced Training Centre: view (2010, architect Bernhardt + Partner) (65 kb, 5 May 2010)
  630. Heidelberg, Germany: EMBL, The Advanced Training Centre: yellow chairs (2010, architect Bernhardt + Partner) (52 kb, 5 May 2010)
  631. Heidelberg, Germany: Goldener Hecht, Steingaße: sign (91 kb, 8 May 2010)
  632. Heidelberg, Germany: Haus zum Ritter St. Georg, Hauptstraße: sign, George and the dragon (80 kb, 8 May 2010)
  633. Heidelberg, Germany: Haus zum Ritter St. Georg, Hauptstraße: view (1592) (79 kb, 8 May 2010)
  634. Heidelberg, Germany: Haus zum Ritter St. Georg, Hauptstraße: window (1592) (88 kb, 8 May 2010)
  635. Heidelberg, Germany: Heiliggeistkirche: decoration over smaller south door (88 kb, 8 May 2010)
  636. Heidelberg, Germany: Heiliggeistkirche: nave (78 kb, 8 May 2010)
  637. Heidelberg, Germany: Heiliggeistkirche: pulpit (18th century?) (75 kb, 8 May 2010)
  638. Heidelberg, Germany: Jesuitenkirche: Jesus bound, pulpit detail (58 kb, 8 May 2010)
  639. Heidelberg, Germany: Jesuitenkirche: nave (1711-1723, architect Johann Adam Breunig) (64 kb, 8 May 2010)
  640. Heidelberg, Germany: Jesuitenkirche: organ (2009, Kuhn) (62 kb, 8 May 2010)
  641. Heidelberg, Germany: Jesuitenkirche: pulpit (56 kb, 8 May 2010)
  642. Heidelberg, Germany: Jesuitenkirche: view (1711-1723, architect Johann Adam Breunig) (75 kb, 5 May 2010)
  643. Heidelberg, Germany: Karl Theodor Brücke: Brückentor (Bridge Gate) (medieval but modified, 1786-1788, Mathias Mayer) (65 kb, 8 May 2010)
  644. Heidelberg, Germany: Marktplatz: Hercules Brunnen (fountain), detail (1703-1706) (101 kb, 8 May 2010)
  645. Heidelberg, Germany: Peter Meysen, Glasmalerei, Sandgaße: sign (80 kb, 8 May 2010)
  646. Heidelberg, Germany: Providenzkirche: organ (1885, Matthias Burkard) (94 kb, 8 May 2010)
  647. Heidelberg, Germany: St. Anna Kirche: altar (61 kb, 8 May 2010)
  648. Heidelberg, Germany: Theaterstraße: window decoration (84 kb, 5 May 2010)
  649. Heidelberg, Germany: Universität Heidelberg, Universitätsbibliothek: façade (1901-1905, architect Josef Durm) (95 kb, 5 May 2010)
  650. Heidelberg, Germany: Universität Heidelberg, Universitätsbibliothek: façade (1901-1905, architect Josef Durm) (64 kb, 8 May 2010)
  651. Heidelberg, Germany: Universität Heidelberg, Universitätsbibliothek: female head (1901-1905, architect Josef Durm) (81 kb, 8 May 2010)
  652. Heidelberg, Germany: Universität Heidelberg, Universitätsbibliothek: female sculpture at right of door (1901-1905, architect Josef Durm) (65 kb, 5 May 2010)
  653. Heidelberg, Germany: Universität Heidelberg, Universitätsbibliothek: male sculpture at left of door (Hercules?) (1901-1905, architect Josef Durm) (77 kb, 5 May 2010)
  654. Heidelberg, Germany: Wormser Hof (English House): entrance (1610) (59 kb, 5 May 2010)
  655. Heidelberg, Germany: Wormser Hof (English House): window (c 1400) (64 kb, 5 May 2010)
  656. Heidelberg, Germany: X-House, Mittermaierstraße: view (71 kb, 8 May 2010)
  657. Higham Ferrers, England: Parish Church of St Mary the Virgin: carving on north side of tower (man playing flute and drum) (86 kb, 21 April 2007)
  658. Higham Ferrers, England: Parish Church of St Mary the Virgin: tower and spire (with birds) (69 kb, 19 March 2005)
  659. Higham Ferrers, England: Parish Church of St Mary the Virgin: view (54 kb, 21 April 2007)
  660. Himeji, Japan: castle: fish (carp, koi?) decoration at top of roof (64 kb, 12 July 2006)
  661. Hinxton, England: European Bioinformatics Institute (EBI, Wellcome Trust Genome Campus): East Wing (2007, architect NBBJ) (79 kb, 6 February 2008)
  662. Hinxton, England: Sanger Institute (Wellcome Trust Genome Campus): Cairns Pavilion, glass walkway (2005, architect NBBJ) (66 kb, 6 February 2008)
  663. Hinxton, England: Sanger Institute (Wellcome Trust Genome Campus): Cairns Pavilion, view (2005, architect NBBJ) (55 kb, 16 April 2008)
  664. Hinxton, England: Sanger Institute (Wellcome Trust Genome Campus): Data Centre (2005, architect NBBJ) (67 kb, 6 February 2008)
  665. Hinxton, England: Sanger Institute (Wellcome Trust Genome Campus): Data Centre, interior with 'floating' meeting room (2005, architect NBBJ) (77 kb, 6 February 2008)
  666. Histon, England: Vision Park, Endeavour House: stairs (78 kb, 27 June 2010)
  667. Hyde Park, New York (NY): FDR Presidential Library and Museum: FDR and Eleanor (2003, StudioEIS at the Tallix foundry) (141 kb, 23 July 2010)
  668. Hyde Park, New York (NY): Springwood (Home of Franklin D. Roosevelt): view of house (78 kb, 23 July 2010)
  669. Ipswich, England: Friars Street: Willis Faber and Dumas (1971-1975, Norman Foster and Partners) (58 kb, 10 April 2005)
  670. Issy-les-Moulineaux, France: 31 Rue Kléber: sculpture of The Fox and The Grapes (after La Fontaine) (1904, architect Durandaud, sculptor Lachesnee) (78 kb, 14 October 2006)
  671. Istanbul, Turkey: Atatürk International Airport (Hava Limanı): international terminal (1998-2000, architects Ebru Kantaşi and GMW Architects) (72 kb, 3 April 2006)
  672. Istanbul, Turkey: Basilica Cistern: column with 'tear-drop' design (532 AD) (68 kb, 31 March 2006)
  673. Istanbul, Turkey: Basilica Cistern: columns (532 AD) (72 kb, 31 March 2006)
  674. Istanbul, Turkey: Basilica Cistern: Medusa head at base of column (532 AD) (77 kb, 31 March 2006)
  675. Istanbul, Turkey: Beyazıt Camii (Mosque): decoration over entrance (1501-1506) (96 kb, 3 April 2006)
  676. Istanbul, Turkey: Beyazıt Camii (Mosque): view (1501-1506) (76 kb, 3 April 2006)
  677. Istanbul, Turkey: Blue Mosque (Sultan Ahmet Camii): arch decoration (1606-1616, architect Mehmet Ağa) (122 kb, 31 March 2006)
  678. Istanbul, Turkey: Blue Mosque (Sultan Ahmet Camii): main column decoration (1606-1616, architect Mehmet Ağa) (100 kb, 31 March 2006)
  679. Istanbul, Turkey: Blue Mosque (Sultan Ahmet Camii): minaret and courtyard (1606-1616, architect Mehmet Ağa) (54 kb, 31 March 2006)
  680. Istanbul, Turkey: Blue Mosque (Sultan Ahmet Camii): support decoration (1606-1616, architect Mehmet Ağa) (125 kb, 31 March 2006)
  681. Istanbul, Turkey: Fountain of Sultan Ahmet III: fountain and decoration (1728) (81 kb, 1 April 2006)
  682. Istanbul, Turkey: Hagia Sophia (Aya Sofya): decoration on column capital (Byzantine) (78 kb, 31 March 2006)
  683. Istanbul, Turkey: Hagia Sophia (Aya Sofya): grill, Library of Sultan Mahmud I (1739) (108 kb, 31 March 2006)
  684. Istanbul, Turkey: Hagia Sophia (Aya Sofya): view (532-537 AD, many changes since, including addition of minarets in 15th and 16th centuries) (69 kb, 31 March 2006)
  685. Istanbul, Turkey: Obelisk of Theodosius, Hippodrome: view (carved in Egypt around 1450 BC, erected by Theodosius in 390) (59 kb, 31 March 2006)
  686. Istanbul, Turkey: Ordu Caddesi: column with 'tear-drop' design (from Forum of Theodosius, 4th century AD) (69 kb, 3 April 2006)
  687. Istanbul, Turkey: Rüstem Paşa Camii (Mosque): column (Iznik) tiles (1560, architect Mimar Sinan) (145 kb, 3 April 2006)
  688. Istanbul, Turkey: Rüstem Paşa Camii (Mosque): column (Iznik) tiles (1560, architect Mimar Sinan) (158 kb, 3 April 2006)
  689. Istanbul, Turkey: Rüstem Paşa Camii (Mosque): courtyard dais (1560, architect Mimar Sinan) (95 kb, 3 April 2006)
  690. Istanbul, Turkey: Rüstem Paşa Camii (Mosque): courtyard dome (1560, architect Mimar Sinan) (77 kb, 3 April 2006)
  691. Istanbul, Turkey: Rüstem Paşa Camii (Mosque): courtyard (Iznik) tiled prayer niche (1560, architect Mimar Sinan) (138 kb, 3 April 2006)
  692. Istanbul, Turkey: Rüstem Paşa Camii (Mosque): decoration (embossed leather?) on ceiling (1560, architect Mimar Sinan) (125 kb, 3 April 2006)
  693. Istanbul, Turkey: Rüstem Paşa Camii (Mosque): inlaid door panel (1560, architect Mimar Sinan) (128 kb, 3 April 2006)
  694. Istanbul, Turkey: Rüstem Paşa Camii (Mosque): (Iznik) tiles between arches (1560, architect Mimar Sinan) (104 kb, 3 April 2006)
  695. Istanbul, Turkey: Rüstem Paşa Camii (Mosque): (Iznik) tiles over door (1560, architect Mimar Sinan) (108 kb, 3 April 2006)
  696. Istanbul, Turkey: Rüstem Paşa Camii (Mosque): main dome (1560, architect Mimar Sinan) (112 kb, 3 April 2006)
  697. Istanbul, Turkey: Rüstem Paşa Camii (Mosque): wall (Iznik) tiles (1560, architect Mimar Sinan) (143 kb, 3 April 2006)
  698. Istanbul, Turkey: Süleymaniye Camii (Mosque): courtyard and minaret (1550-1557, architect Mimar Sinan) (52 kb, 3 April 2006)
  699. Istanbul, Turkey: Süleymaniye Camii (Mosque): courtyard dome (1550-1557, architect Mimar Sinan) (102 kb, 3 April 2006)
  700. Istanbul, Turkey: Süleymaniye Camii (Mosque): decoration over entrance (1550-1557, architect Mimar Sinan) (81 kb, 3 April 2006)
  701. Istanbul, Turkey: Süleymaniye Camii (Mosque): domes from outside (1550-1557, architect Mimar Sinan) (83 kb, 3 April 2006)
  702. Istanbul, Turkey: Süleymaniye Camii (Mosque): half-domes and main dome (1550-1557, architect Mimar Sinan) (110 kb, 3 April 2006)
  703. Istanbul, Turkey: Süleymaniye Camii (Mosque): (Iznik) tiles over courtyard window (1550-1557, architect Mimar Sinan) (99 kb, 3 April 2006)
  704. Istanbul, Turkey: Süleymaniye Camii (Mosque): main dome (1550-1557, architect Mimar Sinan) (104 kb, 3 April 2006)
  705. Istanbul, Turkey: Süleymaniye Camii (Mosque): stone latticework (1550-1557, architect Mimar Sinan) (76 kb, 3 April 2006)
  706. Istanbul, Turkey: Topkapı Palace Harem (Soğukçeşme Sokak), Dining (Fruit) Room of Ahmet III: wall decoration (108 kb, 1 April 2006)
  707. Istanbul, Turkey: Topkapı Palace Harem (Soğukçeşme Sokak), Imperial Hall: fountain (120 kb, 1 April 2006)
  708. Istanbul, Turkey: Topkapı Palace Harem (Soğukçeşme Sokak), Imperial Hall: wall decoration (113 kb, 1 April 2006)
  709. Istanbul, Turkey: Topkapı Palace Harem (Soğukçeşme Sokak), Library of Ahmet I: inlaid (mother-of-pearl) wood shutters and (Iznik) tiled niches (99 kb, 1 April 2006)
  710. Istanbul, Turkey: Topkapı Palace Harem (Soğukçeşme Sokak), Valide Sultan's (Queen Mother's) bed chamber: wall decoration (85 kb, 1 April 2006)
  711. Istanbul, Turkey: Topkapı Palace (Sarayı), Audience Chamber (Arzodası): fountain (85 kb, 1 April 2006)
  712. Istanbul, Turkey: Topkapı Palace (Sarayı), Audience Chamber (Arzodası): view (77 kb, 1 April 2006)
  713. Istanbul, Turkey: Topkapı Palace (Sarayı), Imperial Council Chamber (Kubbealtı): detail (115 kb, 1 April 2006)
  714. Istanbul, Turkey: Topkapı Palace (Sarayı), Imperial Council Chamber (Kubbealtı): detail (117 kb, 1 April 2006)
  715. Istanbul, Turkey: Topkapı Palace (Sarayı), Imperial Council Chamber (Kubbealtı): dome (98 kb, 1 April 2006)
  716. Istanbul, Turkey: Topkapı Palace (Sarayı), Imperial Council Chamber (Kubbealtı): entrance (116 kb, 1 April 2006)
  717. Istanbul, Turkey: Topkapı Palace (Sarayı), Library of Ahmet III: fountain (88 kb, 1 April 2006)
  718. Istanbul, Turkey: Topkapı Palace (Sarayı), Library of Ahmet III: interior with inlaid (mother-of-pearl) wood shutters and (Iznik) tiles (127 kb, 1 April 2006)
  719. Istanbul, Turkey: Topkapı Palace (Sarayı), Middle Gate (Bab-ü's Selam): view (93 kb, 1 April 2006)
  720. Istanbul, Turkey: Topkapı Palace (Sarayı), Revan Kiosk: fountain and (Iznik) tiles (93 kb, 1 April 2006)
  721. Istanbul, Turkey: Topkapı Palace (Sarayı), Revan Kiosk: interior with inlaid (mother-of-pearl) wood shutters and (Iznik) tiles (137 kb, 1 April 2006)
  722. Istanbul, Turkey: Topkapı Palace (Sarayı), Sacred Safekeeping Rooms (Hırka-i Saadet): fountain (99 kb, 1 April 2006)
  723. Istanbul, Turkey: Topkapı Palace (Sarayı), Sacred Safekeeping Rooms (Hırka-i Saadet): window and (Iznik) tiles (106 kb, 1 April 2006)
  724. Istanbul, Turkey: Topkapı Palace (Sarayı), The Chamber of the Treasury Servants: stone pavement (131 kb, 1 April 2006)
  725. Istanbul, Turkey: Tourism Police building: view (based on Ottoman-style wood house) (87 kb, 31 March 2006)
  726. Istanbul, Turkey: Yeni Camii (New Mosque): decoration over entrance (1597-1663) (97 kb, 3 April 2006)
  727. Joachimsthal, Germany: bbw Kommunikationszentrum (Conference Center Hubertusstock): view (1997-1998, ELW Weitz und Partner) (134 kb, 27 October 2008)
  728. Joachimsthal, Germany: bbw Kommunikationszentrum (Jagdschloss Hubertusstock): villa (one of four built in 1980s for Erich Honecker and his guests) (121 kb, 27 October 2008)
  729. Karlsruhe (Weiherfeld-Dammerstock), Germany: St-Franziskus-Kirche (Rechts der Alb): tympanum decoration (1936-1938, architects Fridolin Bosch and Anton Ohnmacht) (46 kb, 11 December 2008)
  730. Karlsruhe, Germany: Albtalbahnhof: view (84 kb, 3 March 2009)
  731. Karlsruhe, Germany: Bahnhofstraße 28: door frame decoration (64 kb, 3 March 2009)
  732. Karlsruhe, Germany: Bundesverfassungsgericht (Federal Constitutional Court) (Schlossbezirk): extension (2008, Schrölkamp Architektur) (82 kb, 11 December 2008)
  733. Karlsruhe, Germany: Bundesverfassungsgericht (Federal Constitutional Court) (Schlossbezirk): view (1965-1969, Paul Baumgarten) (60 kb, 11 December 2008)
  734. Karlsruhe, Germany: Bundesverfassungsgericht (Federal Constitutional Court) (Schlossbezirk): view (1965-1969, Paul Baumgarten) (72 kb, 11 December 2008)
  735. Karlsruhe, Germany: Ettlinger Tor shopping centre: Christmas decorations (building 2005, ECE, lead architects Jost Hering and Klaus M. Hoffmann, with Kramm + Strigl) (142 kb, 11 December 2008)
  736. Karlsruhe, Germany: Europabad (Hermann-Veit-Straße): view (2006-2008, architect Geier + Geier) (51 kb, 4 March 2009)
  737. Karlsruhe, Germany: Europahalle (Hermann-Veit-Straße): view (1981-1983, architect Schmitt Kasimir + Partner) (116 kb, 11 December 2008)
  738. Karlsruhe, Germany: Generalbundesanwalt beim Bundesgerichtshof (Brauerstraße): view (1995-1998, architect Oswald Mathias Ungers) (63 kb, 4 March 2009)
  739. Karlsruhe, Germany: Hauptbahnhof: view (1906-1913, architect August Stürzenacker) (72 kb, 3 March 2009)
  740. Karlsruhe, Germany: Hermann-Veit-Straße: hexagonal office building (with sculpture) (85 kb, 11 December 2008)
  741. Karlsruhe, Germany: Kaiserhof (Karl-Friedrich-Straße 12): sign (60 kb, 3 March 2009)
  742. Karlsruhe, Germany: Katholische Kirche St Stephan (Erbprinzenstraße): view (originally 1808-1814, Friedrich Weinbrenner, destroyed in WWII, reconstructed 1951-1955) (126 kb, 4 March 2009)
  743. Karlsruhe, Germany: Konzerthaus (Concert hall) (Festplatz): tympanum (pediment) decoration, music ensemble (1996, Stephan Balkenhol) (replaced one by Karl Albiker destroyed in WWII) (52 kb, 11 December 2008)
  744. Karlsruhe, Germany: Kriegsstraße 77: view (78 kb, 4 March 2009)
  745. Karlsruhe, Germany: Landratsamt (Beiertheimer Allee): view (1961-1965, architects T. Keller und Möckel & Schmidt; originally administration building of Badenwerk) (90 kb, 3 March 2009)
  746. Karlsruhe, Germany: Mensa (dining hall) der Hochschule Karlsruhe (Moltkestrasse): interior (2004-2006, architect J. Mayer H.) (70 kb, 11 December 2008)
  747. Karlsruhe, Germany: Mensa (dining hall) der Hochschule Karlsruhe (Moltkestrasse): view (2004-2006, architect J. Mayer H.) (98 kb, 11 December 2008)
  748. Karlsruhe, Germany: Novotel Hotel (Festplatz): view (63 kb, 3 March 2009)
  749. Karlsruhe, Germany: Peek & Cloppenburg (Lammstraße): view (2001-2002, architect Josef Paul Kleihues with Norbert Hensel) (71 kb, 11 December 2008)
  750. Karlsruhe, Germany: Schloß (Palace): view (originally 18th century, destroyed in WWII, rebuilt shortly afterwards) (56 kb, 3 March 2009)
  751. Karlsruhe, Germany: Staatliches Museum für Naturkunde (Kriegsstraße): extension (131 kb, 4 March 2009)
  752. Karlsruhe, Germany: Stadthalle (Festplatz): extension (1979-1985, architects Hermann Rotermund and Christine Rotermund-Lehmbruck) (73 kb, 11 December 2008)
  753. Karlsruhe, Germany: Universität Karlsruhe, Fakultät für Informatik (Rechenzentrum): view (92 kb, 3 March 2009)
  754. Karlsruhe, Germany: Universität Karlsruhe, Fakultät für Mathematik: view (143 kb, 3 March 2009)
  755. Karlsruhe, Germany: Universität Karlsruhe, Fakultät für Wirtschaftswissenschaften: view (66 kb, 3 March 2009)
  756. Karlsruhe, Germany: Vierordtbad: pediment (1871-1873, architect Josef Durm) (76 kb, 4 March 2009)
  757. Karlsruhe, Germany: Vierordtbad: tower (1871-1873, architect Josef Durm) (44 kb, 4 March 2009)
  758. Karlsruhe, Germany: Vierordtbad: view (1871-1873, architect Josef Durm) (78 kb, 3 March 2009)
  759. Karlsruhe, Germany: Weltzien-Haus (Karlstraße): view (19th century?) (77 kb, 4 March 2009)
  760. Karlsruhe, Germany: ZKM (Zentrum für Kunst und Medientechnologie): view (1994-1997, architect Schweger + Partner) (80 kb, 4 March 2009)
  761. Kedlington, England: St Peter and St Paul Church: Barnardiston pew (1610) (90 kb, 13 September 2008)
  762. Kedlington, England: St Peter and St Paul Church: Barnardiston pew tracery detail (1610) (99 kb, 13 September 2008)
  763. Kedlington, England: St Peter and St Paul Church: Nathaniel and Jane Barnardiston memorial (he died 1653, she 1669) (71 kb, 13 September 2008)
  764. Kedlington, England: St Peter and St Paul Church: tower (82 kb, 13 September 2008)
  765. Kennedy Space Center, Florida (FL): Vehicle Assembly Building: view (from bus) (48 kb, 21 July 2007)
  766. Kennett Square, Pennsylvania (PA): Longwood Gardens: Pierce's Wood folly (105 kb, 19 July 2008)
  767. Kraków (Cracow), Poland: Basilica of the Body of Christ: choir stall (127 kb, 24 July 2005)
  768. Kraków (Cracow), Poland: Church of Saints Peter and Paul: façade (80 kb, 24 July 2005)
  769. Kraków (Cracow), Poland: Church of Saints Peter and Paul: façade detail (with two apostles) (104 kb, 22 July 2005)
  770. Kraków (Cracow), Poland: Church of the Holy Cross: choir stall decoration (102 kb, 24 July 2005)
  771. Kraków (Cracow), Poland: Church of the Holy Cross: pulpit detail (99 kb, 24 July 2005)
  772. Kraków (Cracow), Poland: Cloth Hall (Sukiennice): column carving (86 kb, 22 July 2005)
  773. Kraków (Cracow), Poland: Instytut Marji: façade (92 kb, 24 July 2005)
  774. Kraków (Cracow), Poland: St Mary's Church: chancel stall decoration (1635-1637, carved by Fabian Moller) (120 kb, 22 July 2005)
  775. Kraków (Cracow), Poland: St Mary's Church: Christ Crucified altar (Veit Stross, late 15th c) (113 kb, 22 July 2005)
  776. Kraków (Cracow), Poland: ulica Floriańska: Mother and Child (54 kb, 24 July 2005)
  777. Kraków (Cracow), Poland: ulica Św Jana 20: sculpture over door (72 kb, 24 July 2005)
  778. Kraków (Cracow), Poland: Wawel Hill: inner courtyard fresco decoration (62 kb, 23 July 2005)
  779. Kraków (Cracow), Poland: Wawel Hill: inner courtyard gallery and stairs (16th c, construction directed by Francesco Fiorentino, master Benedict and Bartolomeo Berecci) (69 kb, 23 July 2005)
  780. Kraków (Cracow), Poland: Wawel Hill: King Sigismund Chapel (98 kb, 22 July 2005)
  781. Krościenko n. Dunajcem, Małopolska, Poland: Church of Christ the Good Shepherd (46 kb, 20 July 2005)
  782. Kyoto, Japan: Kyoto central railway station: interior (1997, architect Hiroshi Hara) (110 kb, 12 July 2006)
  783. Lakeland, Florida (FL): Florida Southern College: Annie Pfeiffer Chapel, bell tower exterior (1938-1941, Frank Lloyd Wright) (56 kb, 20 July 2007)
  784. Lakeland, Florida (FL): Florida Southern College: Annie Pfeiffer Chapel, bell tower interior (1938-1941, Frank Lloyd Wright) (63 kb, 20 July 2007)
  785. Lakeland, Florida (FL): Florida Southern College: Annie Pfeiffer Chapel, exterior view (1938-1941, Frank Lloyd Wright) (62 kb, 20 July 2007)
  786. Lakeland, Florida (FL): Florida Southern College: Annie Pfeiffer Chapel, exterior wall (1938-1941, Frank Lloyd Wright) (77 kb, 20 July 2007)
  787. Lakeland, Florida (FL): Florida Southern College: Annie Pfeiffer Chapel, interior wall with glass tiles (1938-1941, Frank Lloyd Wright) (70 kb, 20 July 2007)
  788. Lakeland, Florida (FL): Florida Southern College: Annie Pfeiffer Chapel, wall below bell tower (1938-1941, Frank Lloyd Wright) (68 kb, 20 July 2007)
  789. Lakeland, Florida (FL): Florida Southern College: Campus Carillon (1991) (60 kb, 20 July 2007)
  790. Lakeland, Florida (FL): Florida Southern College: E.T. Roux Library (architect Nils Schweizer) (48 kb, 20 July 2007)
  791. Lakeland, Florida (FL): Florida Southern College: Emile E. Watson Administration Building, courtyard pool (1945-1948, Frank Lloyd Wright) (76 kb, 20 July 2007)
  792. Lakeland, Florida (FL): Florida Southern College: Esplanade (1941-1958, Frank Lloyd Wright, partly restored) (55 kb, 20 July 2007)
  793. Lakeland, Florida (FL): Florida Southern College: Esplanade hexagonal cutouts, at Administration Building (1945-1948, Frank Lloyd Wright) (41 kb, 20 July 2007)
  794. Lakeland, Florida (FL): Florida Southern College: Esplanade ironwork grill (1950s?, Frank Lloyd Wright) (86 kb, 20 July 2007)
  795. Lakeland, Florida (FL): Florida Southern College: Esplanade, at Administration Building (1945-1948, Frank Lloyd Wright) (54 kb, 20 July 2007)
  796. Lakeland, Florida (FL): Florida Southern College: Lucius Pond Ordway Building (Industrial Arts Building), exterior (1942-1952, Frank Lloyd Wright) (78 kb, 20 July 2007)
  797. Lakeland, Florida (FL): Florida Southern College: Lucius Pond Ordway Building (Industrial Arts Building), interior (1942-1952, Frank Lloyd Wright) (75 kb, 20 July 2007)
  798. Lakeland, Florida (FL): Florida Southern College: Planetarium (Cosmography Building), view (1953-1958, Frank Lloyd Wright) (69 kb, 20 July 2007)
  799. Lakeland, Florida (FL): Florida Southern College: Polk County Science Building, esplanade (with aluminum columns) (1953-1958, Frank Lloyd Wright) (75 kb, 20 July 2007)
  800. Lakeland, Florida (FL): Florida Southern College: Polk County Science Building, view (1953-1958, Frank Lloyd Wright) (71 kb, 20 July 2007)
  801. Lakeland, Florida (FL): Florida Southern College: Thad Buckner Building (was E.T. Roux Library), reading room exterior view (1941-1945, Frank Lloyd Wright) (50 kb, 20 July 2007)
  802. Lakeland, Florida (FL): Florida Southern College: Thad Buckner Building (was E.T. Roux Library), reading room interior view (1941-1945, Frank Lloyd Wright) (64 kb, 20 July 2007)
  803. Lakeland, Florida (FL): Florida Southern College: Three Seminar Buildings (L.A. Raulerson Building), column (showing different colors considered for walls, and small glass tiles) (1940-1941, Frank Lloyd Wright) (61 kb, 20 July 2007)
  804. Lakeland, Florida (FL): Florida Southern College: William H. Danforth Chapel (Minor Chapel), exterior view (1954-1955, Frank Lloyd Wright) (97 kb, 20 July 2007)
  805. Lakeland, Florida (FL): Florida Southern College: William H. Danforth Chapel (Minor Chapel), main stained glass window (1954-1955, Frank Lloyd Wright) (66 kb, 20 July 2007)
  806. Lavenham, England: St Peter and St Paul Church: clerestory windows and wall decoration (15th century) (91 kb, 13 September 2008)
  807. Lavenham, England: St Peter and St Paul Church: Copinger memorial (73 kb, 13 September 2008)
  808. Lavenham, England: St Peter and St Paul Church: decoration over entrance (15th century) (111 kb, 13 September 2008)
  809. Lavenham, England: St Peter and St Paul Church: view (15th century) (65 kb, 13 September 2008)
  810. Leicester, England: Charles Street: street light (88 kb, 20 September 2013)
  811. Leicester, England: De Montfort University: Hugh Aston Building, façade (2010, CPMG) (60 kb, 20 September 2013)
  812. Leicester, England: Guildhall: Leicester Automaton Clock (1999 reconstruction of 17th century design) (85 kb, 20 September 2013)
  813. Leicester, England: Highcross Shopping Centre: interior (2008, Foreign Office Architects) (99 kb, 20 September 2013)
  814. Leicester, England: Highcross Shopping Centre: John Lewis, façade (2008, Foreign Office Architects) (87 kb, 20 September 2013)
  815. Leicester, England: Highcross Shopping Centre: Showcase Cinema de Lux, façade (2008, Foreign Office Architects) (76 kb, 20 September 2013)
  816. Leicester, England: Lancaster Road: Opal Court (2007, Stephen George and Partners) (66 kb, 20 September 2013)
  817. Leicester, England: Leicester University: Attenborough Building (1968-1970, Arup Associates) (71 kb, 20 September 2013)
  818. Leicester, England: Leicester University: Charles Wilson Building (1963-1966, Denys Lasdun) (69 kb, 20 September 2013)
  819. Leicester, England: Leicester University: Department of Engineering (1959-1963, James Stirling and James Gowan) (64 kb, 20 September 2013)
  820. Leicester, England: Oxford Street: Jain Centre, façade (73 kb, 20 September 2013)
  821. Leicester, England: Rutland Street: The Curve, café (2008, architect Rafael Viñoly and engineered by Adams Kara Taylor) (70 kb, 20 September 2013)
  822. Leicester, England: Rutland Street: The Curve, façade (2008, architect Rafael Viñoly and engineered by Adams Kara Taylor) (77 kb, 20 September 2013)
  823. Leiden, Netherlands: 51 Lange Mare: decoration over door, a cow (63 kb, 21 October 2009)
  824. Leiden, Netherlands: De Vergulde Kruik (The Gilded Jug): decoration over door (68 kb, 21 October 2009)
  825. Leiden, Netherlands: Hoogheemraadschap van Rijnland: view (1996-2000, architect Jan Brouwer Associates, XX Architecten) (79 kb, 21 October 2009)
  826. Leiden, Netherlands: Kort Galgewater, Stadtstimmerwerf (city carpenter's yard): view (1612) (81 kb, 21 October 2009)
  827. Leiden, Netherlands: Leiden University Medical Center (LUMC): entrance (2005, architect EGM architecten) (80 kb, 21 October 2009)
  828. Leiden, Netherlands: Leiden University Medical Center (LUMC): rear view (2005, architect EGM architecten) (93 kb, 21 October 2009)
  829. Leiden, Netherlands: Universiteit Leiden: Gorlaeus Laboratoria, cafeteria and lecture rooms (1971, architect Drexhage, Sterkenburg, Bodon and Venstra, DSBV) (60 kb, 21 October 2009)
  830. Leiden, Netherlands: Universiteit Leiden: Gorlaeus Laboratoria, seating (66 kb, 21 October 2009)
  831. Lichfield, England: Lichfield Cathedral: Presbytery floor, Minton tiles, 19th century (119 kb, 19 January 2013)
  832. Lichfield, England: Lichfield Cathedral: Quire screen detail (architect, George Gilbert Scott) (121 kb, 19 January 2013)
  833. Lichfield, England: Lichfield Cathedral: Quire stalls (120 kb, 19 January 2013)
  834. Liège, Belgium: Gare de Liège-Guillemins: roof (1997-2009, architect Santiago Calatrava) (103 kb, 8 May 2010)
  835. Lisbon, Portugal: Avenida do Pacífico, Torre São Gabriel: view (2000, José Manuel Quintela da Fonseca) (86 kb, 29 September 2011)
  836. Lisbon, Portugal: Avenida Dom João II, Edifício Meridiano: office block (100 kb, 29 September 2011)
  837. Lisbon, Portugal: Avenida Dom João II, Torre São Rafael: view (2002-2004, José Manuel Quintela da Fonseca) (88 kb, 29 September 2011)
  838. Lisbon, Portugal: Basílica dos Mártires (Basilica of Our Lady of the Martyrs): interior (1748, architect Manuel Reinaldo dos Santos) (100 kb, 29 September 2011)
  839. Lisbon, Portugal: Centro Comercial Vasco da Gama: view (97 kb, 29 September 2011)
  840. Lisbon, Portugal: Edifício ES Viagens: view (1998, Sua Kay Arquitectos) (73 kb, 29 September 2011)
  841. Lisbon, Portugal: Gare do Oriente (Oriente Station): bus stop (1998, Santiago Calatrava) (79 kb, 29 September 2011)
  842. Lisbon, Portugal: Gare do Oriente (Oriente Station): view (1998, Santiago Calatrava) (94 kb, 29 September 2011)
  843. Lisbon, Portugal: Igreja da Encarnação (Church of the Incarnation): interior (1784, architect Manuel Caetano de Sousa) (100 kb, 29 September 2011)
  844. Lisbon, Portugal: Igreja de São Roque (Church of St Roch): interior (84 kb, 29 September 2011)
  845. Lisbon, Portugal: Largo Trindade Coelho: tiled façade (Azulejo) (102 kb, 29 September 2011)
  846. Lisbon, Portugal: Parque das Nações, Edificio Mythos: view (ca. 2008-2010, Nuno Mateus and José Mateus, two Portuguese architects of ARX Portugal Arquitectos) (81 kb, 29 September 2011)
  847. Lisbon, Portugal: Parque das Nações, Feira Internacional de Lisboa: walkway (1998, Francisco Keil do Amaral and Alberto Cruz) (76 kb, 29 September 2011)
  848. Lisbon, Portugal: Parque das Nações, Pavilhão Atlântico: view (1998, Regino Cruz in association with Skidmore, Owings & Merrill) (65 kb, 29 September 2011)
  849. Lisbon, Portugal: Passeio do Tejo, Esplanando: café (129 kb, 29 September 2011)
  850. Lisbon, Portugal: Ponte Vasco da Gama: view (1998, designer Armando Rito) (40 kb, 29 September 2011)
  851. Lisbon, Portugal: Rua Cais das Naus: apartment block (75 kb, 29 September 2011)
  852. Lisbon, Portugal: Rua Comandante Cousteau: apartment block (87 kb, 29 September 2011)
  853. Lisbon, Portugal: Rua do Pólo Norte, Optimus: view (110 kb, 29 September 2011)
  854. Lisbon, Portugal: Rua do Pólo Norte: office block (71 kb, 29 September 2011)
  855. Lisbon, Portugal: Rua do Pólo Norte: office block (80 kb, 29 September 2011)
  856. Lisbon, Portugal: Rua Garrett: decorated black and white pavement (128 kb, 29 September 2011)
  857. Lisbon, Portugal: Torre Vasco da Gama: view (tower 1998, Leonor Janeiro, Nick Jacobs and SOM; hotel 2012, Nuno Leónidas) (55 kb, 29 September 2011)
  858. Litchfield, Connecticut (CT): St Michael's Parish: choir stalls (1921-1922, carved by Irving and Casson Company in Boston) (90 kb, 29 August 2013)
  859. Łódź, Poland: Krusche and Ender building (ulica Piotrkowska 143): balcony (1898, architect David Lande) (59 kb, 18 July 2005)
  860. Łódź, Poland: ulica Piotrkowska 149: sculpture over door (99 kb, 18 July 2005)
  861. Łódź, Poland: ulica Piotrkowska 234/236: sculpture over door (61 kb, 19 July 2005)
  862. Łódź, Poland: ulica Piotrkowska 53: sculpture over door (88 kb, 18 July 2005)
  863. Łódź, Poland: ulica Piotrkowska 90: sculpture over door (63 kb, 19 July 2005)
  864. Łódź, Poland: ulica Sienkiewicza 85/87: façade reflecting sky (65 kb, 18 July 2005)
  865. London, England: 44 Willoughby Road: view (2012, Mark Guard Architects) (51 kb, 9 August 2013)
  866. London, England: 49-50 New Bond Street: windows (2008-2009, architect Eric Parry Architects) (79 kb, 14 December 2009)
  867. London, England: Bankside Lofts (corner of Holland Street and Hopton Street): view (converted c1995, Piers Gough of CZWG) (81 kb, 7 June 2014)
  868. London, England: Bankside One (part of Bankside 123) (Southwark Street): view (Allies and Morrison, 2007) (87 kb, 29 July 2007)
  869. London, England: BedZED (Helios Road, Beddington): view (2002, Bill Dunster Architects, with BioRegional) (82 kb, 16 September 2007)
  870. London, England: British Library: view (1977-1998, architect Colin St John Wilson) (81 kb, 5 July 2008)
  871. London, England: British Museum: Great Court (1999-2000, Norman Foster and Partners and Buro Happold) (91 kb, 3 July 2004)
  872. London, England: British Museum: Great Court roof (1999-2000, Norman Foster and Partners and Buro Happold) (110 kb, 15 February 2003)
  873. London, England: British Museum: Great Court roof (1999-2000, Norman Foster and Partners and Buro Happold) (109 kb, 24 September 2007)
  874. London, England: British Museum: Ionic order capital of column in Great Court (showing volutes, and egg and dart decoration) (48 kb, 2 May 2002)
  875. London, England: Burlington Arcade: interior (99 kb, 14 December 2009)
  876. London, England: Centre Point: view (1963-1966, architect Richard Seifert, engineer Pell Frischmann) (80 kb, 14 December 2009)
  877. London, England: Centre Point: windows (1963-1966, architect Richard Seifert, engineer Pell Frischmann) (111 kb, 14 December 2009)
  878. London, England: Harmony House (Baden Powell Close, Dagenham): bulls at top of columns (2000, architect F Alexander-Sefre, bull design by Tim Crawley of Rattee and Kett) (56 kb, 15 September 2007)
  879. London, England: Heathrow Airport, Terminal 5: departure lounge (2002-2008, concept designer Richard Rogers Partnership, production architect Pascall + Watson, engineers Arup) (114 kb, 4 August 2009)
  880. London, England: Heathrow Airport, Terminal 5: support structure (2002-2008, concept designer Richard Rogers Partnership, production architect Pascall + Watson, engineers Arup) (85 kb, 4 August 2009)
  881. London, England: King's Cross: entrance hall roof (2009-2012, architect John McAslan and Partners, engineer Arup) (111 kb, 10 December 2012)
  882. London, England: King's Cross: entrance hall roof, purple (2009-2012, architect John McAslan and Partners, engineer Arup) (112 kb, 9 December 2014)
  883. London, England: Leicester Place, Notre Dame de France: interior (1955, architect H.O. Corfiato, Thomson and Partners) (82 kb, 25 September 2010)
  884. London, England: Leicester Square, W London: view (2011, Jestico and Whiles) (71 kb, 19 May 2011)
  885. London, England: London Eye (Millennium Wheel): view (1999-2000, Marks Barfield Architects) (75 kb, 19 May 2011)
  886. London, England: London Metropolitan University: Graduate Centre (2004, Daniel Libeskind) (58 kb, 21 September 2008)
  887. London, England: M25 (just south of exit 4): pedestrian bridge (Polhill Bridleway) over motorway (1985, designed by Kent Sub Unit of South East Road Construction Unit) (56 kb, 16 September 2007)
  888. London, England: Millennium ('Wobbly') Bridge (1998-2002, Norman Foster and Partners and Arup Associates) (106 kb, 21 July 2002)
  889. London, England: Olympic Park, ArcelorMittal Orbit: view (2010-2012, Anish Kapoor with Cecil Balmond of engineering Group Arup, architect Ushida Findlay Architects) (97 kb, 4 August 2012)
  890. London, England: Olympic Park, Basketball Arena: view (2009-2011,Wilkinson Eyre Architects) (82 kb, 4 August 2012)
  891. London, England: Olympic Park, BP building: view (2012, AND Architects; with reflection of Basketball Arena) (77 kb, 4 August 2012)
  892. London, England: Olympic Park, electricity substation: green wall (118 kb, 4 August 2012)
  893. London, England: Olympic Park, larger McDonald's: view (2012, AEW Architects) (107 kb, 4 August 2012)
  894. London, England: Olympic Park, London Aquatics Centre: view (2008-2011, Zaha Hadid Architects, structural engineer Ove Arup & Partners) (78 kb, 4 August 2012)
  895. London, England: Olympic Park, Panasonic Theatre: view (65 kb, 4 August 2012)
  896. London, England: Olympic Park, smaller McDonald's: view (2012, AEW Architects) (92 kb, 4 August 2012)
  897. London, England: Olympic Park, Soundforms stage: 2012, BFLS Architects, designed with conductor Mark Stephenson and Arup Acoustics (97 kb, 4 August 2012)
  898. London, England: Olympic Park, The Beat Box: view (2012, Asif Khan and Pernilla Ohrstedt) (78 kb, 4 August 2012)
  899. London, England: Olympic Park, The Copper Box: view (2011, MAKE architects, Populous, PTW Architects, ARUP) (67 kb, 4 August 2012)
  900. London, England: Olympic Park, Velodrome: end view (2009-2011, Hopkins Architects, Grant Associates, structural engineer Expedition Engineering) (95 kb, 4 August 2012)
  901. London, England: Olympic Park, Velodrome: view (2009-2011, Hopkins Architects, Grant Associates, structural engineer Expedition Engineering) (101 kb, 4 August 2012)
  902. London, England: One Hyde Park: one wing (2007-2011, Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners) (104 kb, 19 May 2011)
  903. London, England: Palestra Building (197 Blackfriars Road): view (2006, Will Alsop) (83 kb, 29 July 2007)
  904. London, England: Palestra Building (197 Blackfriars Road): view (2006, Will Alsop) (95 kb, 7 June 2014)
  905. London, England: Piccadilly, Burlington House, Society of Antiquaries: head of woman over entrance (1869-1873, architects Robert Richardson Banks and Charles Barry, Jr.) (66 kb, 3 February 2008)
  906. London, England: Piccadilly, Burlington House: archway of courtyard entrance (1869-1873, architects Robert Richardson Banks and Charles Barry, Jr.) (85 kb, 29 July 2007)
  907. London, England: Piccadilly, Burlington House: detail of courtyard entrance (1869-1873, architects Robert Richardson Banks and Charles Barry, Jr.) (78 kb, 29 July 2007)
  908. London, England: Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre: view (1981-1986, Powell & Moya) (84 kb, 25 September 2010)
  909. London, England: Rochester Row: frieze (1960s?) (84 kb, 25 September 2010)
  910. London, England: Rochester Row: frieze (1960s?) (97 kb, 25 September 2010)
  911. London, England: Southwark Cathedral: Great Screen (16th-20th centuries) (121 kb, 4 June 2005)
  912. London, England: St Martin-in-the-Fields: east window (2008, designer Shirazeh Houshiary, architect Pip Horne) (79 kb, 25 September 2010)
  913. London, England: St Martin-in-the-Fields: view (1726, James Gibbs) (68 kb, 25 September 2010)
  914. London, England: St Mary Axe, Swiss Re (Gherkin): roof structure (2001-2004, architect Norman Foster and Partners, engineer Arup) (111 kb, 23 September 2012)
  915. London, England: St Mary Axe, Swiss Re (Gherkin): upper top floor (2001-2004, architect Norman Foster and Partners, engineer Arup) (95 kb, 23 September 2012)
  916. London, England: St Mary Axe: The Gherkin (Swiss Re building, 1997-2004, Norman Foster and Partners) (78 kb, 3 July 2004)
  917. London, England: St Pancras Station: interior view (1868, architect George Gilbert Scott, roof designed by William Henry Barlow and Rowland Mason Ordish; 2007, renovation lead architect Alastair Lansley) (109 kb, 18 November 2007)
  918. London, England: St Pancras Station: interior view (1868, architect George Gilbert Scott, roof designed by William Henry Barlow and Rowland Mason Ordish; 2007, renovation lead architect Alastair Lansley) (109 kb, 4 May 2010)
  919. London, England: The Mall: decoration at top of gate (144 kb, 19 May 2011)
  920. London, England: Turquoise Island, Westbourne Grove: Wild At Heart florists and toilet block (c 1994, architect Piers Gough) (87 kb, 14 December 2009)
  921. London, England: Victoria and Albert Museum: balcony ironwork (c1770, France, possibly by Jean François Cahon) (92 kb, 26 February 2005)
  922. London, England: Victoria and Albert Museum: choir screen from 's-Hertogenbosch, Netherlands (1600-1613, Conrad von Norenberch) (101 kb, 11 September 2010)
  923. London, England: Victoria and Albert Museum: screen ironwork (1689-1692, Fountain Garden, Hampton Court Palace, by Jean Tijou) (60 kb, 26 February 2005)
  924. London, England: Waterloo Station: Eurostar terminal (1991-1994, architect Nicholas Grimshaw and Partners) (91 kb, 9 October 2006)
  925. London, England: Westfield Stratford City: Mini hanging from wall (60 kb, 4 August 2012)
  926. London, England: Westminster Abbey: view (1722-1745, Nicholas Hawksmoor) (82 kb, 25 September 2010)
  927. London, England: Westminster Cathedral: pulpit (1934) (97 kb, 25 September 2010)
  928. Long Melford, England: Holy and Blessed Trinity Hospital: view (16th century almshouse) (78 kb, 13 September 2008)
  929. Long Melford, England: Holy Trinity Church: Clopton Chantry Chapel, vine leaf frieze (72 kb, 13 September 2008)
  930. Long Melford, England: Holy Trinity Church: Lady Chapel (1496) (102 kb, 13 September 2008)
  931. Long Melford, England: Holy Trinity Church: view (largely built 1467-1484, except tower is 1903) (70 kb, 13 September 2008)
  932. Long Melford, England: Holy Trinity Church: William Clopton tomb detail (died 1464) (since 1436 town of Hadleigh pays one red rose per annum as rent for guildhall and land for market) (45 kb, 13 September 2008)
  933. Long Melford, England: Holy Trinity Church: William Cordell tomb (died 1581) (85 kb, 13 September 2008)
  934. Long Melford, England: Melford Hall: banqueting house (16th century) (103 kb, 13 September 2008)
  935. Long Melford, England: Melford Hall: west range (16th century) (81 kb, 13 September 2008)
  936. Lyon, France: Avenue Tony Garnier, Halle Tony Garnier: view (1905, Tony Garnier) (59 kb, 24 August 2012)
  937. Lyon, France: Avenue Tony Garnier, IBCP (Institute of Biology and Chemistry of Proteins): helical staircase (1991) (57 kb, 24 August 2012)
  938. Lyon, France: Avenue Tony Garnier, Institut de Génomique Fonctionnelle de Lyon: view (2012, Sud Architectes) (65 kb, 24 August 2012)
  939. Lyon, France: Avenue Tony Garnier, Institut de science financière et d'assurances (ISFA): courtyard view, glass (2004) (93 kb, 24 August 2012)
  940. Lyon, France: Avenue Tony Garnier, Institut de science financière et d'assurances (ISFA): courtyard view, wood (2004) (76 kb, 24 August 2012)
  941. Lyon, France: Avenue Tony Garnier, Institut de science financière et d'assurances (ISFA): view (2004) (64 kb, 24 August 2012)
  942. Lyon, France: Avenue Tony Garnier, Merial: view (102 kb, 24 August 2012)
  943. Lyon, France: Avenue Tony Garnier, SNC-Lavalin: view (2010, Xanadu architectes and Unanime Architectes) (102 kb, 24 August 2012)
  944. Lyon, France: Basilique Saint-Martin d'Ainay: choir and apse (102 kb, 26 August 2012)
  945. Lyon, France: Boulevard Vivier-Merle, Bibliothèque Municipale de Lyon: view (1972; 2007, new entrance Philippe Audart of Cabinet Audart et Favaro) (79 kb, 26 August 2012)
  946. Lyon, France: Boulevard Vivier-Merle, E-Artsup: top (68 kb, 26 August 2012)
  947. Lyon, France: Cathédrale Saint-Jean-Baptiste de Lyon: astronomical clock, 14th century (115 kb, 23 August 2012)
  948. Lyon, France: Hôtel de Ville: view (1646-1672, Simon Maupin; restoration 1701-1703, after fire of 1674, Jules Hardouin-Mansart and Robert de Cotte) (79 kb, 23 August 2012)
  949. Lyon, France: La Part Dieu: floor light (53 kb, 25 August 2012)
  950. Lyon, France: La Part Dieu: glass ceiling with louvers (86 kb, 26 August 2012)
  951. Lyon, France: La Part Dieu: seating (65 kb, 25 August 2012)
  952. Lyon, France: L'Eglise Saint-Nizier: exterior half dome (vault) over main entrance (late 16th century) (112 kb, 24 August 2012)
  953. Lyon, France: Lyon-Saint Exupéry Airport, train station: hall (1989-1994, Santiago Calatrava) (70 kb, 26 August 2012)
  954. Lyon, France: Lyon-Saint Exupéry Airport, train station: pavement light (1989-1994, Santiago Calatrava) (74 kb, 26 August 2012)
  955. Lyon, France: Lyon-Saint Exupéry Airport, train station: roof and lobby (1989-1994, Santiago Calatrava) (104 kb, 26 August 2012)
  956. Lyon, France: Lyon-Saint Exupéry Airport, train station: roof structure (1989-1994, Santiago Calatrava) (117 kb, 26 August 2012)
  957. Lyon, France: Lyon-Saint Exupéry Airport, train station: shelter (1989-1994, Santiago Calatrava) (91 kb, 26 August 2012)
  958. Lyon, France: Lyon-Saint Exupéry Airport, train station: support columns (1989-1994, Santiago Calatrava) (56 kb, 26 August 2012)
  959. Lyon, France: Lyon-Saint Exupéry Airport, train station: travelator (1989-1994, Santiago Calatrava) (79 kb, 26 August 2012)
  960. Lyon, France: Lyon-Saint Exupéry Airport, train station: view (1989-1994, Santiago Calatrava) (92 kb, 26 August 2012)
  961. Lyon, France: Lyon-Saint Exupéry Airport, train station: view (1989-1994, Santiago Calatrava) (93 kb, 26 August 2012)
  962. Lyon, France: Lyon-Saint Exupéry Airport, tram station: seating (95 kb, 26 August 2012)
  963. Lyon, France: Musée des Beaux Arts: cloister (62 kb, 24 August 2012)
  964. Lyon, France: Passerelle du Collège: view (1844) (79 kb, 24 August 2012)
  965. Lyon, France: Passerelle St Vincent: view (134 kb, 23 August 2012)
  966. Lyon, France: Place de Francfort, Le Terra Mundi (includes Grandlyon habitat): view (2010-2011, HTVS) (95 kb, 26 August 2012)
  967. Lyon, France: Place de la Comédie, Opéra National de Lyon: eight muses (1826, architects Chenavard and Pollet) (94 kb, 25 August 2012)
  968. Lyon, France: Place des Cordeliers, Le Grand Bazar: view (ca. 2007, Jean-Pierre Buffi and Philippe de Fouchier) (100 kb, 23 August 2012)
  969. Lyon, France: Quai Claude Bernard, Piscine du Rhône: flagpoles (lamps) (1962-1965, Alexandre Audouze-Tabourin) (54 kb, 26 August 2012)
  970. Lyon, France: Rue de Créqui, Groupement des Accidentes du Travail et des Handicapes: sign (46 kb, 26 August 2012)
  971. Lyon, France: Rue Garibaldi (Place Charles-De-Gaulle): fountain (139 kb, 24 August 2012)
  972. Lyon, France: Rue Garibaldi, Auditorium Maurice-Ravel: viwe (1975, Henri Pottier and Charles Delfante) (64 kb, 26 August 2012)
  973. Lyon, France: Rue Saint-Jean, Boulangerie du Palais: sign for shop (82 kb, 23 August 2012)
  974. Lyon, France: Tour Oxygène: view (2007-2010, Arte Charpentier et associés) (75 kb, 26 August 2012)
  975. Lyon, France: Tour Part-Dieu: view (1977, Araldo Cossutta & Associates; Stéphane du Château) (77 kb, 26 August 2012)
  976. Lyon, France: Tour Part-Dieu: view (1977, Araldo Cossutta & Associates; Stéphane du Château) (83 kb, 26 August 2012)
  977. Madingley, England: Madingley Hall: seating (80 kb, 20 March 2011)
  978. Malbork (Marienburg), Poland: castle: view from across Nogat River (78 kb, 17 July 2005)
  979. Malbork (Marienburg), Poland: castle: view from east (89 kb, 18 July 2005)
  980. Mare Island, California (CA): Naval Base, Nimitz Avenue: disused dry dock (95 kb, 13 July 2011)
  981. Mare Island, California (CA): Naval Base, Nimitz Avenue: disused support structures (75 kb, 13 July 2011)
  982. Media, Pennsylvania (PA): Tyler Aboretum: butterfly seat (132 kb, 20 July 2008)
  983. Media, Pennsylvania (PA): Tyler Aboretum: 'Hobbit House' (2008, designer and builder Bob Deane) (part of 'Totally Terrific Treehouses') (129 kb, 20 July 2008)
  984. Media, Pennsylvania (PA): Tyler Aboretum: 'Treegloo' (2008, designer and builder Andrew Brehm and Friends) (part of 'Totally Terrific Treehouses') (155 kb, 20 July 2008)
  985. Media, Pennsylvania (PA): Tyler Aboretum: 'Tyler's Tree Home' (2008, designer Wm. A. Schmidt and Sons, and Geoff Anderson; builder Wm. A. Schmidt and Sons) (part of 'Totally Terrific Treehouses') (142 kb, 20 July 2008)
  986. Miami Beach, Florida (FL): beach: lilac, green and yellow beach hut (59 kb, 14 July 2010)
  987. Miami Beach, Florida (FL): beach: salmon, green and blue beach hut (63 kb, 14 July 2010)
  988. Miami Beach, Florida (FL): beach: white, purple and blue beach hut (65 kb, 14 July 2010)
  989. Miami Beach, Florida (FL): beach: white, purple, yellow and green beach hut (80 kb, 14 July 2010)
  990. Miami Beach, Florida (FL): beach: yellow and pink beach hut (54 kb, 14 July 2010)
  991. Miami Beach, Florida (FL): beach: yellow and white beach hut (67 kb, 14 July 2010)
  992. Miami Beach, Florida (FL): beach: yellow, orange and green beach hut (63 kb, 14 July 2010)
  993. Miami Beach, Florida (FL): beach: yellow, purple, green and blue beach hut (85 kb, 14 July 2010)
  994. Miami Beach, Florida (FL): Royal Palm Resort Hotel, Collins Avenue: spiral stairs in pool area (69 kb, 14 July 2010)
  995. Miami Beach, Florida (FL): The Setai, Collins Avenue: view from the beach (2005, Denniston International, Alayo Architects, Schapiro & Associates) (88 kb, 14 July 2010)
  996. Miami, Florida (FL): Miami Marine Stadium, Rickenbacker Causeway: seating (1963, Andrew Ferendino and Hilario Candela) (93 kb, 13 July 2010)
  997. Miami, Florida (FL): Miami Marine Stadium, Rickenbacker Causeway: underneath stadium (1963, Andrew Ferendino and Hilario Candela) (103 kb, 13 July 2010)
  998. Mill Run, Pennsylvania (PA): Fallingwater (Kaufmann House): dining table (1935-1937, architect Frank Lloyd Wright) (72 kb, 9 September 2005)
  999. Mill Run, Pennsylvania (PA): Fallingwater (Kaufmann House): entrance, driveway and trellis (1935-1937, architect Frank Lloyd Wright) (131 kb, 9 September 2005)
  1000. Mill Run, Pennsylvania (PA): Fallingwater (Kaufmann House): guest house plunge pool (1938, architect Frank Lloyd Wright) (108 kb, 9 September 2005)
  1001. Mill Run, Pennsylvania (PA): Fallingwater (Kaufmann House): living room (1935-1937, architect Frank Lloyd Wright) (93 kb, 9 September 2005)
  1002. Mill Run, Pennsylvania (PA): Fallingwater (Kaufmann House): living room east terrace (1935-1937, architect Frank Lloyd Wright) (88 kb, 9 September 2005)
  1003. Mill Run, Pennsylvania (PA): Fallingwater (Kaufmann House): living room, hatchway to stream (1935-1937, architect Frank Lloyd Wright) (90 kb, 9 September 2005)
  1004. Mill Run, Pennsylvania (PA): Fallingwater (Kaufmann House): master bedroom terrace and living room west terrace (1935-1937, architect Frank Lloyd Wright) (79 kb, 9 September 2005)
  1005. Mill Run, Pennsylvania (PA): Fallingwater (Kaufmann House): standard view (1935-1937, architect Frank Lloyd Wright) (141 kb, 9 September 2005)
  1006. Mill Run, Pennsylvania (PA): Fallingwater (Kaufmann House): third floor terrace (1935-1937, architect Frank Lloyd Wright) (102 kb, 9 September 2005)
  1007. Mill Run, Pennsylvania (PA): Fallingwater (Kaufmann House): view from bridge (1935-1937, architect Frank Lloyd Wright) (86 kb, 9 September 2005)
  1008. Mill Run, Pennsylvania (PA): Fallingwater (Kaufmann House): window embedded in stone, second floor dressing room (1935-1937, architect Frank Lloyd Wright) (102 kb, 9 September 2005)
  1009. Mill Run, Pennsylvania (PA): Fallingwater (Kaufmann House): windows (1935-1937, architect Frank Lloyd Wright) (106 kb, 9 September 2005)
  1010. Münster, Germany: Antoniuskirche: pediment (95 kb, 21 September 2010)
  1011. Münster, Germany: Apostelkirche: pulpit (57 kb, 21 September 2010)
  1012. Münster, Germany: Cafe Pohlmeyers Holzofen: sign (67 kb, 18 September 2010)
  1013. Münster, Germany: Clemenskirche: interior (1745-1753, architect Johann Conrad Schlaun) (93 kb, 21 September 2010)
  1014. Münster, Germany: Clemenskirche: pulpit (1745-1753, architect Johann Conrad Schlaun) (79 kb, 21 September 2010)
  1015. Münster, Germany: Domplatz, Bezirksregierung Münster: view (2006, Kresing Architekten) (61 kb, 21 September 2010)
  1016. Münster, Germany: Himmelreichallee, LBS Westdeutsche Landesbausparkasse: view (1969-1975, Harald Deilmann) (60 kb, 21 September 2010)
  1017. Münster, Germany: Königsstraße 20: gate (1957) (87 kb, 19 September 2010)
  1018. Münster, Germany: Ludgeristraße, Café Pohlmeyers Holzofen: sign with lions (75 kb, 19 September 2010)
  1019. Münster, Germany: Münster Arkaden: interior (2002-2006, Kleihues + Kleihues) (82 kb, 19 September 2010)
  1020. Münster, Germany: Neubrückenstraße, Stadttheater: view (1954-1956, architects Harald Deilmann, Max von Hausen, Ortwin Rave, Werner Ruhnau) (78 kb, 21 September 2010)
  1021. Münster, Germany: Parkhaus Engelenschanze: view (2006, designed by Petry - Wittfoht Freier Architekten, now wittfoht architekten) (89 kb, 18 September 2010)
  1022. Münster, Germany: Prinzipalmarkt 22: sign with clown (59 kb, 19 September 2010)
  1023. Münster, Germany: Prinzipalmarkt, Café Kleimann: façade (84 kb, 19 September 2010)
  1024. Münster, Germany: Prinzipalmarkt, Münsterischer Anzeiger: sign (86 kb, 19 September 2010)
  1025. Münster, Germany: Prinzipalmarkt, Stuhlmacher: sign (94 kb, 19 September 2010)
  1026. Münster, Germany: Roggenmarkt 11: façade (94 kb, 21 September 2010)
  1027. Münster, Germany: Roggenmarkt, Elephant Lounge: sign with elephant (61 kb, 19 September 2010)
  1028. Münster, Germany: Salzstraße, Adler Apotheke: sign with eagle (85 kb, 19 September 2010)
  1029. Münster, Germany: Salzstraße, Erbdrostenhof: gate (1753-1757, architect Johann Conrad Schlaun) (103 kb, 21 September 2010)
  1030. Münster, Germany: Salzstraße, Roland Schuhe: view (1993-1995, Kresing Architekten) (105 kb, 19 September 2010)
  1031. Münster, Germany: Spiekerhof, Lazzaretti: view (104 kb, 21 September 2010)
  1032. Münster, Germany: St Lamberti: altar (85 kb, 21 September 2010)
  1033. Münster, Germany: St Lamberti: interior (96 kb, 21 September 2010)
  1034. Münster, Germany: St Lamberti: pulpit (78 kb, 21 September 2010)
  1035. Münster, Germany: St Lamberti: pulpit stair rail (95 kb, 19 September 2010)
  1036. Münster, Germany: St Ludgeri: apse, with (late 15th century) triptych (from Tirol) (84 kb, 19 September 2010)
  1037. Münster, Germany: St Ludgeri: choir seating (first half of 16th century) (68 kb, 19 September 2010)
  1038. Münster, Germany: St Ludgeri: tower (72 kb, 19 September 2010)
  1039. Münster, Germany: St Ludgeri: tympanum (76 kb, 18 September 2010)
  1040. Münster, Germany: Stadtturm: top of tower (63 kb, 19 September 2010)
  1041. Münster, Germany: Stubbengaße: shops and hotel (2007-2009, architects Prof. Ernst Kasper and Matthias Fritzen) (71 kb, 19 September 2010)
  1042. Münster, Germany: Stubbengaße: shops and hotel (2007-2009, architects Prof. Ernst Kasper and Matthias Fritzen) (67 kb, 19 September 2010)
  1043. New Canaan, Connecticut (CT): Glass House estate: Entrance Gate (1977, Philip Johnson) (117 kb, 24 July 2008)
  1044. New Canaan, Connecticut (CT): Glass House estate: Gate House ('da Monsta'), door (1995, Philip Johnson) (51 kb, 24 July 2008)
  1045. New Canaan, Connecticut (CT): Glass House estate: Gate House ('da Monsta'), view (1995, Philip Johnson) (62 kb, 24 July 2008)
  1046. New Canaan, Connecticut (CT): Glass House estate: Glass House, bed area (1949, Philip Johnson) (92 kb, 24 July 2008)
  1047. New Canaan, Connecticut (CT): Glass House estate: Glass House, kitchen area (1949, Philip Johnson) (78 kb, 24 July 2008)
  1048. New Canaan, Connecticut (CT): Glass House estate: Glass House, lounge area (1949, Philip Johnson) (97 kb, 24 July 2008)
  1049. New Canaan, Connecticut (CT): Glass House estate: Glass House, lounge area (1949, Philip Johnson) (80 kb, 24 July 2008)
  1050. New Canaan, Connecticut (CT): Glass House estate: Glass House, view (1949, Philip Johnson) (130 kb, 24 July 2008)
  1051. New Canaan, Connecticut (CT): Glass House estate: Glass House, view (1949, Philip Johnson) (112 kb, 24 July 2008)
  1052. New Canaan, Connecticut (CT): Glass House estate: Guest House (Brick House), view from back (1949-1950, Philip Johnson) (126 kb, 24 July 2008)
  1053. New Canaan, Connecticut (CT): Glass House estate: Guest House (Brick House), view from front (1949-1950, Philip Johnson) (97 kb, 24 July 2008)
  1054. New Canaan, Connecticut (CT): Glass House estate: Library Studio (1980, Philip Johnson) (with Ghost House, 1984, behind) (88 kb, 24 July 2008)
  1055. New Canaan, Connecticut (CT): Glass House estate: Painting Gallery (1965, Philip Johnson) (97 kb, 24 July 2008)
  1056. New Canaan, Connecticut (CT): Glass House estate: Sculpture Gallery, interior (1970, Philip Johnson) (65 kb, 24 July 2008)
  1057. New Canaan, Connecticut (CT): Oenoke Ridge: Alice Ball House (1953, Philip Johnson) (108 kb, 24 July 2008)
  1058. New York City, NY: 1 Madison Avenue (Metropolitan Insurance Company): view (1909, Pierre L. LeBrun) (55 kb, 18 March 2007)
  1059. New York City, NY: 122 East 42nd Street (Chanin Building): façade decoration (1929, architect Sloan and Robertson) (122 kb, 18 March 2007)
  1060. New York City, NY: 122 East 42nd Street (Chanin Building): façade frieze sealife detail (1929, architect Sloan and Robertson) (87 kb, 18 March 2007)
  1061. New York City, NY: 220 East 42nd Street (former Daily News Building): wall decoration over entrance (building 1928-1930, John Mead Howells, Raymond Hood and J. André Fouilhoux) (83 kb, 18 March 2007)
  1062. New York City, NY: 320 Fifth Avenue (32nd Street side): lion decoration at top of building (59 kb, 3 January 2008)
  1063. New York City, NY: 325 Fifth Avenue: view (2005-2006, Stephen B. Jacobs) (101 kb, 18 March 2007)
  1064. New York City, NY: 551 Fifth Avenue (Fred R. French Building): façade (1926-1927, Sloan and Robertson, and H. Douglas Ives) reflected in Safra National Bank (2006, Cetra/Ruddy) (71 kb, 18 March 2007)
  1065. New York City, NY: Fifth Avenue: Apple Store (2006, architect Bohlin, Cywinski and Jackson) (79 kb, 27 July 2008)
  1066. New York City, NY: JFK Airport: former TWA Terminal building, main entrance (1956-1962, architect Eero Saarinen) (43 kb, 31 July 2008)
  1067. New York City, NY: JFK Airport: former TWA Terminal building, view from above (1956-1962, architect Eero Saarinen) (51 kb, 31 July 2008)
  1068. New York City, NY: JFK Airport: former TWA Terminal building, view from ground (1956-1962, architect Eero Saarinen) (45 kb, 31 July 2008)
  1069. New York City, NY: Metropolitan Museum of Art: main lobby (1894-1902, architect Richard Morris Hunt) (95 kb, 27 July 2008)
  1070. New York City, NY: Metropolitan Museum of Art: stained glass windows (1912, Frank Lloyd Wright, from Avery Coonley Playhouse, Riverside, IL) (74 kb, 17 March 2007)
  1071. New York City, NY: Museum of Modern Art (MOMA): Burst*008 (2008, Jeremy Edmiston and Douglas Gauthier) (part of exhibition 'Home Delivery: Fabricating the Modern Dwelling') (81 kb, 27 July 2008)
  1072. New York City, NY: Museum of Modern Art (MOMA): Cellophane House (2008, KieranTimberlake Associates) (part of exhibition 'Home Delivery: Fabricating the Modern Dwelling') (99 kb, 27 July 2008)
  1073. New York City, NY: Museum of Modern Art (MOMA): clerestory windows (1912, Frank Lloyd Wright, from Avery Coonley Playhouse, Riverside, IL) (55 kb, 3 January 2008)
  1074. New York City, NY: Museum of Modern Art (MOMA): Digitally Fabricated Housing for New Orleans, front view (2008, MIT School of Architecture and Planning, Lawrence Sass) (part of exhibition 'Home Delivery: Fabricating the Modern Dwelling') (93 kb, 27 July 2008)
  1075. New York City, NY: Museum of Modern Art (MOMA): Digitally Fabricated Housing for New Orleans, side view (2008, MIT School of Architecture and Planning, Lawrence Sass) (part of exhibition 'Home Delivery: Fabricating the Modern Dwelling') (74 kb, 27 July 2008)
  1076. New York City, NY: Museum of Modern Art (MOMA): Digitally Fabricated Housing for New Orleans, window (2008, MIT School of Architecture and Planning, Lawrence Sass) (part of exhibition 'Home Delivery: Fabricating the Modern Dwelling') (47 kb, 27 July 2008)
  1077. New York City, NY: Museum of Modern Art (MOMA): Micro Compact House (2008, Horden Cherry Lee Architects and Haack + Höpfner Architects) (part of exhibition 'Home Delivery: Fabricating the Modern Dwelling') (78 kb, 27 July 2008)
  1078. New York City, NY: Museum of Modern Art (MOMA): System3 (2008, Oskar Leo Kaufmann | Albert Rüf Architects) (part of exhibition 'Home Delivery: Fabricating the Modern Dwelling') (62 kb, 27 July 2008)
  1079. New York City, NY: One United Nations Plaza (First Avenue at East 44th Street): view (1976, Kevin Roche, John Dinkeloo and Associates) (86 kb, 18 March 2007)
  1080. New York City, NY: St Patrick's Cathedral (Fifth Avenue): main altar (1858-1878, architect James Renwick, Jr. and William Rodrigue) (93 kb, 18 March 2007)
  1081. New York City, NY: United Nations (First Avenue), General Assembly Building: balconies (1947-1953, Le Corbusier, Oscar Niemeyer, Sir Howard Robertson, et al. with Harrison and Abramovitz) (66 kb, 18 March 2007)
  1082. New York City, NY: United Nations (First Avenue), General Assembly Building: view (1947-1953, Le Corbusier, Oscar Niemeyer, Sir Howard Robertson, et al. with Harrison and Abramovitz) (73 kb, 18 March 2007)
  1083. New York City, NY: United Nations (First Avenue), Secretariat Building and Hammarskjold Library: view (Secretariat Building, 1947-1953, Le Corbusier, Oscar Niemeyer, Sir Howard Robertson, et al. with Harrison and Abramovitz; Hammarskjold Library, 1963, Harrison, Abramovitz and Harris) (86 kb, 18 March 2007)
  1084. New York City, NY: Westin Hotel (Eighth Avenue at 43rd Street): view (2002, Arquitectonica) (60 kb, 18 March 2007)
  1085. Newton Rigg, Cumbria, England: University of Cumbria (until 2007 was part of University of Central Lancashire): library window from inside (2001) (106 kb, 5 August 2008)
  1086. Newton Rigg, Cumbria, England: University of Cumbria (until 2007 was part of University of Central Lancashire): library window from outside (2001) (118 kb, 5 August 2008)
  1087. Nijmegen, Netherlands: 52 Degrees (FiftyTwoDegrees, Neerbosscheweg): view (2005-2008, Mecanoo Architecten) (82 kb, 26 March 2009)
  1088. Nijmegen, Netherlands: 52 Degrees (FiftyTwoDegrees, Neerbosscheweg): view (2005-2008, Mecanoo Architecten) (64 kb, 26 March 2009)
  1089. Nijmegen, Netherlands: Belvedere (Hunnerpark): view (15th century, height increased in 1646) (85 kb, 27 March 2009)
  1090. Nijmegen, Netherlands: BGH (Sint Annastraat 234): view (2002, Croonen Architecten) (69 kb, 27 March 2009)
  1091. Nijmegen, Netherlands: Bibliotheek (Mariënburgplein): view (2000, Soeters Van Eldonk Ponec architekten) (100 kb, 26 March 2009)
  1092. Nijmegen, Netherlands: De Waagh (Weigh House, Grote Markt 26): view (1612) (86 kb, 27 March 2009)
  1093. Nijmegen, Netherlands: Dirkzwager (Van Schaeck Mathonsingel 4): view (1992, Meltzer Architecten and Architektenbureau Groothuis) (64 kb, 26 March 2009)
  1094. Nijmegen, Netherlands: Hunnerstaete (Gerard Noodtstraat): view (1995-1996, architects Dick van Gameren, Bjarne Mastenbroek) (84 kb, 27 March 2009)
  1095. Nijmegen, Netherlands: Hunnerstaete (Gerard Noodtstraat): view (1995-1996, architects Dick van Gameren, Bjarne Mastenbroek) (80 kb, 27 March 2009)
  1096. Nijmegen, Netherlands: Kerkboog (Grote Markt): vaulted passageway (1545, gable 1605) (77 kb, 26 March 2009)
  1097. Nijmegen, Netherlands: Kronenburg State (Kronenburgersingel 233-267A): view (1992, Hoogstad van Tilburg Architecten) (95 kb, 26 March 2009)
  1098. Nijmegen, Netherlands: Kronenburgersingel 5-205: view (1976, architect Hendriks - Campman - Tennekes) (113 kb, 26 March 2009)
  1099. Nijmegen, Netherlands: Latijnse School (Stedelijk Gymnasium, Sint Stevenskerkhof 2): ironwork decoration (1554-1555, architect Herman van Herengraves, restored 1975) (110 kb, 26 March 2009)
  1100. Nijmegen, Netherlands: Latijnse School (Stedelijk Gymnasium, Sint Stevenskerkhof 2): view (1554-1555, architect Herman van Herengraves, restored 1975) (96 kb, 26 March 2009)
  1101. Nijmegen, Netherlands: Latijnse School (Stedelijk Gymnasium, Sint Stevenskerkhof 2): windows (1554-1555, architect Herman van Herengraves, restored 1975) (119 kb, 26 March 2009)
  1102. Nijmegen, Netherlands: Lux (Mariënburgplein): façade (2000, Soeters Van Eldonk architekten) (105 kb, 26 March 2009)
  1103. Nijmegen, Netherlands: Lux (Mariënburgplein): view (2000, Soeters Van Eldonk architekten) (90 kb, 26 March 2009)
  1104. Nijmegen, Netherlands: Lux (Mariënburgsestraat): reflection of tree in window (2000, Soeters Van Eldonk architekten) (115 kb, 27 March 2009)
  1105. Nijmegen, Netherlands: Marikenstraat: view of shops (2001, master plan by Soeters Van Eldonk Ponec architekten) (93 kb, 26 March 2009)
  1106. Nijmegen, Netherlands: Moenenstraat: view of shops (2004) (98 kb, 26 March 2009)
  1107. Nijmegen, Netherlands: Museum het Valkhof (Kelfkensbos): entrance area (1995-1999, UNStudio, Ben van Berkel) (with sculpture 'De Godenpijler', 'God Pillar', 2006, Ram Katzir) (88 kb, 26 March 2009)
  1108. Nijmegen, Netherlands: Museum het Valkhof (Kelfkensbos): view (1995-1999, UNStudio, Ben van Berkel) (57 kb, 26 March 2009)
  1109. Nijmegen, Netherlands: Nassau Staete (Burgemeester Hustinxstraat): view (1979, architect Dijkema en Croonen) (87 kb, 26 March 2009)
  1110. Nijmegen, Netherlands: Nassau Staete (Burgemeester Hustinxstraat): view (1979, architect Dijkema en Croonen) (62 kb, 26 March 2009)
  1111. Nijmegen, Netherlands: Politiebureau (Stieltjesstraat): view (1998, Jeanne Dekkers Architectuur) (74 kb, 26 March 2009)
  1112. Nijmegen, Netherlands: Rabobank (Keizer Karelplein): view (1998, Croonen Architecten) (77 kb, 26 March 2009)
  1113. Nijmegen, Netherlands: Radboud University Nijmegen: Goudsmit Pavilion, ceiling (NMR facility, Heyendaalseweg) (2005 AGS Architecten) (72 kb, 27 March 2009)
  1114. Nijmegen, Netherlands: Radboud University Nijmegen: Goudsmit Pavilion, spiral staircase (NMR facility, Heyendaalseweg) (2005 AGS Architecten) (81 kb, 27 March 2009)
  1115. Nijmegen, Netherlands: Radboud University Nijmegen: Gymnasion (Heyendaalseweg 141) (2004, AGS Architecten) (81 kb, 27 March 2009)
  1116. Nijmegen, Netherlands: Radboud University Nijmegen: Huygensgebouw, FNWI (Faculteit der Natuurwetenschappen, Wiskunde en Informatica) (Heyendaalseweg 135) (2007, AGS Architecten) (78 kb, 27 March 2009)
  1117. Nijmegen, Netherlands: Radboud University Nijmegen: Huygensgebouw, FNWI (Faculteit der Natuurwetenschappen, Wiskunde en Informatica) (Heyendaalseweg 135) (2007, AGS Architecten) (91 kb, 27 March 2009)
  1118. Nijmegen, Netherlands: Radboud University Nijmegen: SSHN (short stay housing Nijmegen) Sterrenbosch (Platolaan 2-680) (2006, AGS Architecten) (78 kb, 27 March 2009)
  1119. Nijmegen, Netherlands: Radboud University Nijmegen: SSHN (short stay housing Nijmegen) Sterrenbosch (Platolaan 2-680) (2006, AGS Architecten) (63 kb, 27 March 2009)
  1120. Nijmegen, Netherlands: ROC Carolus (Campusbaan): view (2007, AGS Architekten) (45 kb, 26 March 2009)
  1121. Nijmegen, Netherlands: Sint-Jozefkerk (formerly; from March 2004, Titus Brandsma Gedachteniskerk) (Stijn Buysstraat 11): main entrance (painting, 1933, Willem Wiegmans; building, 1908-9, B.J.C. Claase) (100 kb, 26 March 2009)
  1122. Nijmegen, Netherlands: Stadhuis (Burchstraat 20): view (originally 1555, restored 1880, almost completely destroyed in WWII, rebuilt 1951-1954) (99 kb, 26 March 2009)
  1123. Nijmegen, Netherlands: Stadsschouwburg Nijmegen (city theatre, Keizer Karelplein): bar area (1954-1961, architects Bernard Bijvoet and Gerard Holt) (54 kb, 26 March 2009)
  1124. Nijmegen, Netherlands: Stadswinkel (Mariënburg 75): view (1975) (102 kb, 26 March 2009)
  1125. Nijmegen, Netherlands: Stieltjesstraat 2 (Belastingdienst): view of low-rise block (1990s?) (81 kb, 26 March 2009)
  1126. Nijmegen, Netherlands: University Medical Centre St Radboud: anatomisch (anatomy) museum (Geert Grooteplein 21) (1992-2000, Croonen Architecten) (106 kb, 27 March 2009)
  1127. Nijmegen, Netherlands: University Medical Centre St Radboud: Bouw Informatiecentrum (Geert Grooteplein 24) (2007, Storimans Wijffels Architecten) (65 kb, 27 March 2009)
  1128. Nijmegen, Netherlands: University Medical Centre St Radboud: medical school (Geert Grooteplein 21) (1992-2000, Croonen Architecten) (134 kb, 27 March 2009)
  1129. Nijmegen, Netherlands: University Medical Centre St Radboud: NCMLS, double helix staircase (Nijmegen Centre for Molecular Life Sciences) (Geert Grooteplein 26-30) (2000, AHA) (92 kb, 27 March 2009)
  1130. Nijmegen, Netherlands: University Medical Centre St Radboud: NCMLS, north side (Nijmegen Centre for Molecular Life Sciences) (Geert Grooteplein 26-30) (2000, AHA) (69 kb, 27 March 2009)
  1131. Nijmegen, Netherlands: University Medical Centre St Radboud: NCMLS, south side (Nijmegen Centre for Molecular Life Sciences) (Geert Grooteplein 26-30) (2000, AHA) (86 kb, 27 March 2009)
  1132. Nijmegen, Netherlands: University Medical Centre St Radboud: Study Centre / Auditorium St Radboud (Geert Grooteplein 15) (2000, AHA) (89 kb, 27 March 2009)
  1133. Nijmegen, Netherlands: Waalkade 15: building with lots of glass (1995, architect H.C. Bruisten) (65 kb, 27 March 2009)
  1134. Norfolk, Connecticut (CT): Church of Christ Congregational: interior (70 kb, 29 August 2013)
  1135. Northampton, Massachusetts (MA): 189 Main Street: façade (88 kb, 10 September 2005)
  1136. Northampton, Massachusetts (MA): Edwards Church: view (1958, architect Harold E. Wagoner) (60 kb, 24 March 2007)
  1137. Northampton, Massachusetts (MA): Forbes Library: view (1894, William C. Brocklesby) (94 kb, 16 July 2007)
  1138. Northampton, Massachusetts (MA): Old Courthouse: view (1886-1887, architect Henry F. Kilbourn) (91 kb, 24 March 2007)
  1139. Northampton, Massachusetts (MA): Smith College: Alumnae Gymnasium (1891, William C. Brocklesby) (82 kb, 16 July 2007)
  1140. Northampton, Massachusetts (MA): Smith College: Campus Center cafeteria seating (2003, Weiss/Manfredi Architects) (37 kb, 17 September 2004)
  1141. Northampton, Massachusetts (MA): Smith College: Campus Center interior (2003, Weiss/Manfredi Architects) (70 kb, 15 September 2006)
  1142. Northampton, Massachusetts (MA): Smith College: Campus Center lounge seating (2003, Weiss/Manfredi Architects) (54 kb, 16 July 2007)
  1143. Northampton, Massachusetts (MA): Smith College: Campus Center, late winter (2003, Weiss/Manfredi Architects) (71 kb, 24 March 2007)
  1144. Northampton, Massachusetts (MA): Smith College: Campus Center, summer (2003, Weiss/Manfredi Architects) (80 kb, 16 July 2007)
  1145. Northampton, Massachusetts (MA): Smith College: Campus Center, winter (2003, Weiss/Manfredi Architects) (66 kb, 7 January 2008)
  1146. Northampton, Massachusetts (MA): Smith College: Chapin House (1903, Rand and Skinner) (84 kb, 25 July 2008)
  1147. Northampton, Massachusetts (MA): Smith College: College Hall (1873-1875, Peabody and Stearns) (114 kb, 24 March 2007)
  1148. Northampton, Massachusetts (MA): Smith College: connecting walkway between McConnell Hall and Sabin-Reed Hall (1967, Shepley, Bulfinch, Richardson and Abbott) (72 kb, 16 July 2007)
  1149. Northampton, Massachusetts (MA): Smith College: Davis Center (Mwangi Cultural Center) (1898; renovated 2004, Lukas Designs) (103 kb, 24 March 2007)
  1150. Northampton, Massachusetts (MA): Smith College: Ford Hall (2007-2009, architect Bohlin Cywinski Jackson) (103 kb, 27 July 2010)
  1151. Northampton, Massachusetts (MA): Smith College: Ford Hall, atrium stairwell (2007-2009, architect Bohlin Cywinski Jackson) (87 kb, 27 July 2010)
  1152. Northampton, Massachusetts (MA): Smith College: Lilly Hall (1886, William C. Brocklesby) (102 kb, 16 July 2007)
  1153. Northampton, Massachusetts (MA): Smith College: Museum of Art (part of Brown Fine Arts Center, 1972, John Andrews, and 2000-2002, Polshek Partnership) (74 kb, 16 July 2007)
  1154. Northampton, Massachusetts (MA): Smith College: Neilson Library (1909, Lord and Hewlett) (127 kb, 24 March 2007)
  1155. Northampton, Massachusetts (MA): Smith College: Sabin-Reed Hall (1967, Shepley, Bulfinch, Richardson and Abbott) (108 kb, 25 July 2008)
  1156. Northampton, Massachusetts (MA): Smith College: Tyler House (1898, William C. Brocklesby) (95 kb, 25 July 2008)
  1157. Northampton, Massachusetts (MA): Smith College: Wright Hall (1961, William and Geoffrey Platt) (79 kb, 24 March 2007)
  1158. Northampton, Massachusetts (MA): Smith College: Ziskind House (1957, Skidmore, Owings and Merrill) (112 kb, 24 March 2007)
  1159. Northampton, Massachusetts (MA): St John's Episcopal Church: view (1892-1893, architect Robert W. Gibson) (84 kb, 16 July 2007)
  1160. Northampton, Massachusetts (MA): United Church of Christ and American Baptist Churches: view (built 1878) (60 kb, 24 March 2007)
  1161. Norwich, England: Univesity of East Anglia: Constable Terrace (1993, Rick Mather Architects) (48 kb, 7 October 2007)
  1162. Norwich, England: Univesity of East Anglia: Constable Terrace, spiral staircase (1993, Rick Mather Architects) (65 kb, 7 October 2007)
  1163. Norwich, England: Univesity of East Anglia: Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts (1974-1978, Norman Foster and Partners) (57 kb, 7 October 2007)
  1164. Norwich, England: Univesity of East Anglia: Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts (Crescent Wing, 1988-1991, in front of main building, 1974-1978, Norman Foster and Partners) (46 kb, 7 October 2007)
  1165. Norwich, England: Univesity of East Anglia: Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts, spiral staircase (1974-1978, Norman Foster and Partners) (85 kb, 7 October 2007)
  1166. Norwich, England: Univesity of East Anglia: Suffolk Terrace ('Ziggurat') (1964-1968, Denys Lasdun and Partners) (73 kb, 7 October 2007)
  1167. Norwich, England: Univesity of East Anglia: Suffolk Terrace ('Ziggurat'), water spouts (1964-1968, Denys Lasdun and Partners) (73 kb, 7 October 2007)
  1168. Nottingham, England: Nottingham Contemporary: view (2009, architect Caruso St John Architects) (61 kb, 24 January 2010)
  1169. Oak Bluffs, Massachusetts (MA): Martha's Vineyard Camp Meeting Association (Wesleyan Grove): pink heart house (98 kb, 22 August 2013)
  1170. Oak Bluffs, Massachusetts (MA): Martha's Vineyard Camp Meeting Association (Wesleyan Grove): purplish house (107 kb, 22 August 2013)
  1171. Oak Bluffs, Massachusetts (MA): Martha's Vineyard Camp Meeting Association (Wesleyan Grove): two houses (120 kb, 22 August 2013)
  1172. Ocean Grove, New Jersey (NJ): Great Auditorium: view (built 1893-1894) (73 kb, 17 July 2008)
  1173. Ocean Grove, New Jersey (NJ): Tent City: tents (124 kb, 9 August 2009)
  1174. Ocean Grove, New Jersey (NJ): Tent City: view of three tents (76 kb, 16 July 2008)
  1175. Orlando, Florida (FL): Orlando International Airport: courtyard fountain (81 kb, 23 July 2007)
  1176. Orlando, Florida (FL): Orlando International Airport: courtyard lamp post (83 kb, 23 July 2007)
  1177. Orlando, Florida (FL): Orlando International Airport: terminal roof structure (95 kb, 23 July 2007)
  1178. Osaka, Japan: Kansai International Airport: interior (1990-1994, architect Renzo Piano) (82 kb, 11 July 2006)
  1179. Oxford, England: History Faculty (originally Indian Institute): cupola (1883-1884, architect Basil Champneys) (66 kb, 25 May 2006)
  1180. Paris, France: 1 Rue Boulard: wall decoration (1900) (73 kb, 4 March 2004)
  1181. Paris, France: 1 Rue Gaston Boissier: top of façade (49 kb, 19 November 2007)
  1182. Paris, France: 137 Boulevard Raspail: window ironwork (1922, architect Henri Sauvage) (88 kb, 10 October 2006)
  1183. Paris, France: 21 Rue Vouillé: wall sculpture (79 kb, 13 October 2006)
  1184. Paris, France: 25 bis Rue Benjamin Franklin: view (1902-1903, architects Auguste and Gustave Perret, ceramist Alexandre Bigot) (103 kb, 27 April 2009)
  1185. Paris, France: 25 bis Rue Benjamin Franklin: wall decoration (1902-1903, architects Auguste and Gustave Perret, tiles by Alexandre Bigot) (112 kb, 2 April 2004)
  1186. Paris, France: 25 bis Rue Benjamin Franklin: wall detail (1902-1903, architects Auguste and Gustave Perret, ceramist Alexandre Bigot) (82 kb, 27 April 2009)
  1187. Paris, France: 26 Rue Vavin: façade (1912-1914, architect Henri Sauvage and Charles Sarazin ) (112 kb, 10 October 2006)
  1188. Paris, France: 27 Square de Montsouris: tile decoration on wall (95 kb, 19 November 2007)
  1189. Paris, France: 31 bis Rue Campagne-Première: façade (1911, architect André Arfvidson; tiles by Alexandre Bigot) (108 kb, 4 March 2004)
  1190. Paris, France: 31 bis Rue Campagne-Première: window (1911, architect André Arfvidson; tiles by Alexandre Bigot) (100 kb, 10 October 2006)
  1191. Paris, France: 4 Square de Montsouris: tile decoration below eaves (84 kb, 19 November 2007)
  1192. Paris, France: 45 Boulevard Lefebvre: façade (1916, architect Léon Boucher) (107 kb, 19 November 2007)
  1193. Paris, France: 5 Avenue du Général Sarrail: view (1975, architect P & P Vivien) (93 kb, 27 April 2009)
  1194. Paris, France: 67 Boulevard Raspail: sculpture (1913, architect Leon Tissier, sculptor Henri Bouchard) (71 kb, 13 October 2004)
  1195. Paris, France: 7 Rue Erlanger: façade (1910, architect Girollet Renaudt) (61 kb, 25 June 2004)
  1196. Paris, France: 9 Rue Brown-Séquard: lion's head (61 kb, 13 October 2006)
  1197. Paris, France: 95 Rue de Vaugirard: façade (1891, architect Ferdinand Glaize ) (88 kb, 11 October 2006)
  1198. Paris, France: 97 Boulevard Raspail: sculpture over door of birds (1913, architect Eugene Chifflot) (83 kb, 10 October 2006)
  1199. Paris, France: Atelier Chana Orloff: view (1926, Auguste Perret) (77 kb, 19 November 2007)
  1200. Paris, France: Beaubourg (Pompidou Centre): walkway (1972-1976, architects Richard Rogers and Renzo Piano) (98 kb, 12 June 2005)
  1201. Paris, France: Charles de Gaulle airport: Terminal 1 escalator (travelator) (1964-1974, architect Paul Andreu) (79 kb, 29 March 2003)
  1202. Paris, France: Collège Néerlandais (Cité Internationale Universitaire de Paris): view (1927-1938, Willem Marinus Dudok) (94 kb, 19 November 2007)
  1203. Paris, France: Fondation Avicenne (originally Pavillon d'Iran) (Cité Internationale Universitaire de Paris): view (1968-1969, Claude Parent, Mossem Foroughi and Hedar Ghiai) (83 kb, 19 November 2007)
  1204. Paris, France: Galeries Lafayette, Boulevard Haussmann: decoration below glass dome (1910-1912, architect Ferdinand Chanut) (148 kb, 2 April 2004)
  1205. Paris, France: Gare du Nord: façade (1861-1865, architect Jacques Ignace Hittorff; sculptures Lille and Beauvais by Charles-François Leboeuf, Rouen and Amiens by Eugène-Louis Lequesne, Arras and Laon by Théodore-Charles Gruyère) (80 kb, 31 October 2010)
  1206. Paris, France: Gobelins tapestry factory: staircase ironwork (79 kb, 1 April 2004)
  1207. Paris, France: Jardin du Luxembourg, Le Sénat: view (1615 but later altered and extended; 1841, Alexandre Guy de Gisors) (74 kb, 1 November 2010)
  1208. Paris, France: Louvre Museum: La Pyramide Inversée (The Inverted Pyramid) (1993, Pei, Cobb, Freed and Partners) (65 kb, 8 January 2011)
  1209. Paris, France: Louvre Museum: Lalique store, leaf chandelier (84 kb, 8 January 2011)
  1210. Paris, France: Louvre Museum: Louvre Pyramid (Pyramide du Louvre) (1989, I. M. Pei) (64 kb, 8 January 2011)
  1211. Paris, France: Maison de la Tunisie (Cité Internationale Universitaire de Paris): helical staircase (1953, Jean Sebag and Jean Prouvé) (94 kb, 19 November 2007)
  1212. Paris, France: Maison de l'Inde (Cité Internationale Universitaire de Paris): view (1968, J.M. Benjamin, H.R. Laroya and Gaston Leclaire) (77 kb, 19 November 2007)
  1213. Paris, France: Maison du Mexique (Cité Internationale Universitaire de Paris): view (1953, architects Jorge L. Medellin and Urbain Cassan) (94 kb, 19 November 2007)
  1214. Paris, France: Musée d'Orsay: clock (1898-1900, architect Victor Laloux) (128 kb, 24 June 2000)
  1215. Paris, France: Musée d'Orsay: gallery (1983-1986, architects R. Gardon, P. Colbac, J.-P. Philippe and Gae Aulenti) (133 kb, 24 June 2000)
  1216. Paris, France: Musée d'Orsay: restaurant (1898-1900, architect Victor Laloux) (124 kb, 24 June 2000)
  1217. Paris, France: Notre Dame: tympanum above central door of west-facing façade (109 kb, 13 October 2004)
  1218. Paris, France: Notre Dame: tympanum above northern door of west-facing façade (97 kb, 13 October 2004)
  1219. Paris, France: Notre Dame: tympanum above southern door of west-facing façade (104 kb, 13 October 2004)
  1220. Paris, France: Notre Dame: tympanum detail above central door of west-facing façade (94 kb, 19 October 2001)
  1221. Paris, France: Palais de Chaillot, Place du Trocadéro et du 11 Novembre: view (1937, architects Louis-Hippolyte Boileau, Jacques Carlu and Léon Azéma) (59 kb, 27 April 2009)
  1222. Paris, France: Place Colette, Palais-Royal metro station: entrance, 2000, Jean-Michel Othoniel (glass balls by Salviati, Murano) (132 kb, 8 January 2011)
  1223. Paris, France: Saint Antoine de Padoue: top of tower (1933-1935, architect Léon Azéma) (37 kb, 19 November 2007)
  1224. Paris, France: Saint Francois Xavier church: Chapel of the Virgin (1874-1875, architects Louis-Adrien Lusson and Toussaint Uchard) (117 kb, 12 October 2006)
  1225. Paris, France: Saint Francois Xavier church: tympanum (1874-1875, architects Louis-Adrien Lusson and Toussaint Uchard, tympanum painted by Romain Cazes) (97 kb, 12 October 2006)
  1226. Paris, France: Samaritaine Department Store, Quai du Louvre: interior (1905, architect Frantz Jourdain) (137 kb, 2 April 2004)
  1227. Paris, France: St Etienne du Mont: choir screen (113 kb, 1 April 2004)
  1228. Paris, France: St Etienne du Mont: spiral stone staircase (part of choir screen) (112 kb, 25 June 2004)
  1229. Paris, France: St Vincent de Paul, 95 Rue de Sèvres: aisle (1817) (77 kb, 5 March 2004)
  1230. Paris, France: UNESCO, Place de Fontenoy: façade (1958, Pier Luigi Nervi, Bernard Zehrfuss, Marcel Breuer) (90 kb, 26 April 2009)
  1231. Peterborough, England: Peterborough Cathedral: altar and Ciborium (1894) (90 kb, 8 December 2007)
  1232. Peterborough, England: Peterborough Cathedral: choir stall detail (late Victorian, carved by Thompsons of Peterborough) (109 kb, 8 December 2007)
  1233. Peterborough, England: Peterborough Cathedral: view from choir stalls to Sanctuary (Presbytery) (99 kb, 8 December 2007)
  1234. Piscataway, New Jersey (NJ): Robert Wood Johnson Medical School (originally Rutgers Medical School): Daniel Kessler Teaching Laboratories, cantilevered ('floating') staircase (1966-1970, George McDowell and Stanley Goldstein) (81 kb, 16 March 2007)
  1235. Poissy, France: old bridge ('vieux pont', 'pont ancien') (138 kb, 19 December 2003)
  1236. Prague, Czech Republic: Celetná, U bíé/ho Iva (House at the White Lion): decoration over door (58 kb, 9 October 2010)
  1237. Prague, Czech Republic: Celetná, U černého slunce (House at the Black Sun): decoration over door (73 kb, 9 October 2010)
  1238. Prague, Czech Republic: Na Poříčí, Legionářská banka (Legiobanka): top of tower (2005-2007, PSP Architekten Ingenieure) (56 kb, 9 October 2010)
  1239. Prague, Czech Republic: U Prašné Brány 3: gate (1903-1904, Bedrich Bendelmayer) (101 kb, 9 October 2010)
  1240. Princeton, New Jersey (NJ): Paul Robeson Center for the Arts: view (2008, Michael Graves) (102 kb, 22 July 2008)
  1241. Princeton, New Jersey (NJ): Princeton University: Fisher-Bendheim Hall (1991, Robert C. Venturi) (78 kb, 22 July 2008)
  1242. Princeton, New Jersey (NJ): Princeton University: Jadwin Gymnasium, cantilevered staircase (1964-1969, Walker O. Cain and Associates) (128 kb, 22 July 2008)
  1243. Princeton, New Jersey (NJ): Princeton University: Jadwin Gymnasium, interior (1964-1969, Walker O. Cain and Associates) (88 kb, 22 July 2008)
  1244. Princeton, New Jersey (NJ): Princeton University: Lewis Science Library, view from north-west (2008, Frank Gehry) (88 kb, 22 July 2008)
  1245. Princeton, New Jersey (NJ): Princeton University: Lewis Science Library, view from north-west (2008, Frank Gehry) (93 kb, 22 July 2008)
  1246. Princeton, New Jersey (NJ): Princeton University: Lewis Science Library, view from south-east (2008, Frank Gehry) (82 kb, 22 July 2008)
  1247. Princeton, New Jersey (NJ): Princeton University: Robertson Hall (Woodrow Wilson School of International and Public Affairs) (1965, Minoru Yamasaki Associates) (63 kb, 22 July 2008)
  1248. Rastatt, Germany: Kaiserstraße 36: lion decoration over window (78 kb, 18 April 2008)
  1249. Rastatt, Germany: Kaiserstraße 36: top of façade (62 kb, 18 April 2008)
  1250. Rastatt, Germany: Pagodenburg: balcony (1722) (61 kb, 18 April 2008)
  1251. Rastatt, Germany: Pagodenburg: view (1722) (49 kb, 18 April 2008)
  1252. Rastatt, Germany: Poststraße 12 (Braustüb'l): decoration over door (67 kb, 18 April 2008)
  1253. Rastatt, Germany: Poststraße 12 (Braustüb'l): façade decoration (64 kb, 18 April 2008)
  1254. Rastatt, Germany: Poststraße 12 (Braustüb'l): ironwork sign (83 kb, 18 April 2008)
  1255. Rastatt, Germany: Rathaus (town hall): view (1721, after plans by Johann Michael Ludwig Rohrer; extended 1903 and restored 1979) (62 kb, 18 April 2008)
  1256. Rastatt, Germany: Schiffstraße, Hotel Schiff: ironwork sign (82 kb, 18 April 2008)
  1257. Rastatt, Germany: Schloß (Castle): façade (baroque, 1700-1712, designed by Domenico Rossi) (73 kb, 18 April 2008)
  1258. Rastatt, Germany: Schloß (Castle): façade detail (baroque, 1700-1712, designed by Domenico Rossi) (59 kb, 18 April 2008)
  1259. Rastatt, Germany: Schloß (Castle): top of façade (baroque, 1700-1712, designed by Domenico Rossi) (71 kb, 18 April 2008)
  1260. Rastatt, Germany: water tower (wasserturm): view (47.3m high) (1901, architect F. Ratzel) (42 kb, 18 April 2008)
  1261. Ribblehead, England: railway viaduct (on the Settle and Carlisle line, 24 arches, 32m high, 400m long, limestone, built 1870-1875, restored 1988-1991) (68 kb, 15 August 2004)
  1262. Richmond, Virginia (VA): St Paul's Episcopal Church: central ceiling medallion (1845, architect Thomas S. Stewart) (76 kb, 20 July 2010)
  1263. Richmond, Virginia (VA): Virginia Museum of Fine Arts: atrium seating (2005-2010, Rick Mather and SMBW) (51 kb, 20 July 2010)
  1264. Richmond, Virginia (VA): Virginia Museum of Fine Arts: Fire Screen, 1891, William A.S. Benson (35 kb, 20 July 2010)
  1265. Richmond, Virginia (VA): Virginia Museum of Fine Arts: two windows for Avery Coonley Playhouse (Riverside, IL, 1912, Frank Lloyd Wright) (49 kb, 20 July 2010)
  1266. Richmond, Virginia (VA): Virginia State Capitol: rotunda, George Washington (1785-1796, sculptor Jean-Antoine Houdon, architect Thomas Jefferson and Charles-Louis Clérisseau) (80 kb, 20 July 2010)
  1267. Rome, Italy: Arco di Settimio Severo (Triumphal Arch of Settimio Severo): view from east (built 203 AD) (92 kb, 17 December 2006)
  1268. Rome, Italy: Arco di Trionfo di Constantio (Arch of Constantine): view from northeast (monument built 315 AD) (104 kb, 17 December 2006)
  1269. Rome, Italy: Arco di Trionfo di Constantio (Arch of Constantine): view from south (monument built 315 AD) (85 kb, 15 December 2006)
  1270. Rome, Italy: Colosseo (Colosseum): exterior view (81 kb, 15 December 2006)
  1271. Rome, Italy: Pantheon: dome (dates from Hadrian, 117-138 AD) (63 kb, 15 December 2006)
  1272. Rome, Italy: Piazza Pio XII: glass telephone kiosk (79 kb, 16 December 2006)
  1273. Rome, Italy: Santa Maria d'Aracoeli: marble floor (work of the Cosmati) (114 kb, 15 December 2006)
  1274. Rome, Italy: Santa Maria d'Aracoeli: wood pulpit (perhaps executed on basis of drawing by Gian Lorenzo Bernini) (85 kb, 15 December 2006)
  1275. Rome, Italy: Santa Maria sopra Minerva: tomb of Ottaviano Ubaldino (1700) (90 kb, 15 December 2006)
  1276. Saint-Léon-s-Vézère, France: Château de Belcayre: view (85 kb, 29 August 2001)
  1277. Salem, Massachusetts (MA): Peabody Essex Museum: interior (2003, architrect Moshe Safdie) (78 kb, 3 September 2013)
  1278. San Francisco, California (CA): Xanadu Gallery (was V.C. Morris Gift Store): entrance (1943-1948, Frank Lloyd Wright) (108 kb, 14 July 2011)
  1279. San Francisco, California (CA): Xanadu Gallery (was V.C. Morris Gift Store): interior (1943-1948, Frank Lloyd Wright) (69 kb, 14 July 2011)
  1280. San Francisco, California (CA): Xanadu Gallery (was V.C. Morris Gift Store): interior (1943-1948, Frank Lloyd Wright) (61 kb, 14 July 2011)
  1281. San Francisco, California (CA): Xanadu Gallery (was V.C. Morris Gift Store): interior (1943-1948, Frank Lloyd Wright) (60 kb, 14 July 2011)
  1282. San Francisco, California (CA): Xanadu Gallery (was V.C. Morris Gift Store): lights (1943-1948, Frank Lloyd Wright) (27 kb, 14 July 2011)
  1283. San Rafael, California (CA): Marin County Civic Center: cafeteria (1960-1962, Frank Lloyd Wright) (77 kb, 13 July 2011)
  1284. San Rafael, California (CA): Marin County Civic Center: library (1960-1962, Frank Lloyd Wright) (68 kb, 13 July 2011)
  1285. San Rafael, California (CA): Marin County Civic Center: looking down to ground floor (1960-1962, Frank Lloyd Wright) (69 kb, 13 July 2011)
  1286. San Rafael, California (CA): Marin County Civic Center: terrace fountain towards cafeteria (1960-1962, Frank Lloyd Wright) (74 kb, 13 July 2011)
  1287. San Rafael, California (CA): Marin County Civic Center: terrace fountain towards view (1960-1962, Frank Lloyd Wright) (84 kb, 13 July 2011)
  1288. San Rafael, California (CA): Marin County Civic Center: top floor (1960-1962, Frank Lloyd Wright) (roof added later) (69 kb, 13 July 2011)
  1289. San Rafael, California (CA): Marin County Civic Center: tower (1960-1962, Frank Lloyd Wright) (38 kb, 13 July 2011)
  1290. San Rafael, California (CA): Marin County Civic Center: view along building (1960-1962, Frank Lloyd Wright) (99 kb, 13 July 2011)
  1291. San Rafael, California (CA): Marin County Civic Center: view along roof (1960-1962, Frank Lloyd Wright) (81 kb, 13 July 2011)
  1292. San Rafael, California (CA): Marin County Court (Hall of Justice): floor decoration (1966-1969, possibly Aaron Green; building architect Frank Lloyd Wright) (80 kb, 13 July 2011)
  1293. San Rafael, California (CA): Marin County Court (Hall of Justice): view of the building over road (1966-1969, Frank Lloyd Wright) (67 kb, 13 July 2011)
  1294. San Rafael, California (CA): Marin Post Office: view (1960-1962, Frank Lloyd Wright) (58 kb, 13 July 2011)
  1295. San Rafael, California (CA): Marin Veterans' Memorial Auditorium: view (1971, Taliesin Associated Architects) (53 kb, 13 July 2011)
  1296. San Simeon, California (CA): Hearst Castle: Casa Grande, Gothic Study (111 kb, 18 July 2011)
  1297. San Simeon, California (CA): Hearst Castle: lantern (64 kb, 18 July 2011)
  1298. San Simeon, California (CA): Hearst Castle: Neptune Pool (121 kb, 18 July 2011)
  1299. San Simeon, California (CA): Hearst Castle: Neptune Pool (110 kb, 18 July 2011)
  1300. San Simeon, California (CA): Hearst Castle: Roman Pool (107 kb, 18 July 2011)
  1301. San Simeon, California (CA): Hearst Castle: Roman Pool, diving board area (114 kb, 18 July 2011)
  1302. Sandwich, Massachusetts (MA): Boardwalk: bridge (57 kb, 21 August 2013)
  1303. Santiago, Chile: office building (69 kb, 11 February 2000)
  1304. Santiago, Chile: office building (54 kb, 11 February 2000)
  1305. Savannah, Georgia (GA): Talmadge Memorial Bridge: view (1988-1991, T. Y. Lin International, Man-Chung Tang) (44 kb, 16 July 2010)
  1306. Scarborough, England: beach: beach huts (Edwardian?) (76 kb, 3 September 2012)
  1307. Scarborough, England: beach: beach huts (Edwardian?) (93 kb, 5 September 2012)
  1308. Scarborough, England: beach: modern (1970s?) beach huts (94 kb, 8 September 2011)
  1309. Scarborough, England: beach: tea room (Edwardian?) (91 kb, 5 September 2012)
  1310. Scarborough, England: Spa Bridge: view (1826-1827) (65 kb, 3 September 2012)
  1311. Scarborough, England: Spa Bridge: view along bridge (1826-1827) (95 kb, 5 September 2012)
  1312. Scarborough, England: Spa: Sun Court and bandstand (1914-1918, Thomas Edwin Cooper) (117 kb, 3 September 2012)
  1313. Scarborough, England: Spa: Sun Court and bandstand (1914-1918, Thomas Edwin Cooper) (119 kb, 2 September 2014)
  1314. Scarborough, England: Spa: Sun Court and bandstand, façade (1914-1918, Thomas Edwin Cooper) (62 kb, 3 September 2012)
  1315. Scarborough, England: St Andrew's Church: view (1864, Lockwood and Mawson) (62 kb, 3 September 2012)
  1316. Scarborough, England: St Martin-on-the-Hill: rood screen (1890-1894, George Frederick Bodley) (110 kb, 3 September 2014)
  1317. Scarborough, England: St Martin-on-the-Hill: rood screen and chancel (1890-1894, Bodley) (101 kb, 7 September 2011)
  1318. Scarborough, England: St Martin-on-the-Hill: view up aisle (87 kb, 3 September 2012)
  1319. Scarborough, England: University of Hull: library, clock (48 kb, 3 September 2012)
  1320. Scarborough, England: Valley Bridge: fence (69 kb, 3 September 2012)
  1321. Sheffield, England: Winter Garden: roof structure (2003, Pringle Richards Sharratt Architects, structural engineer Buro Happold) (111 kb, 18 December 2013)
  1322. Shenton, England: Shenton Station: train arriving (105 kb, 1 June 2014)
  1323. Snettisham, England: St Mary: view (building 14th century, onwards) (54 kb, 31 May 2009)
  1324. Southampton, New York (NY): St. Andrew's Dune Church: view (60 kb, 26 August 2013)
  1325. St Augustine, Florida (FL): Cedar House Inn, Cedar Street: angel weather vane (103 kb, 15 July 2010)
  1326. St Augustine, Florida (FL): Gonzalez-Alvarez House (Oldest House), St Francis Street: view (pre-1800) (76 kb, 15 July 2010)
  1327. St Augustine, Florida (FL): Villa Zorayda, King Street: view 1883, Franklin W. Smith owner and builder and designer) (81 kb, 15 July 2010)
  1328. St Geoirs, France: Grenoble Isère Airport: roof support structure (2001, architect Atelier A) (81 kb, 24 February 2006)
  1329. St Geoirs, France: Grenoble Isère Airport: window wall (2001, architect Atelier A) (75 kb, 22 February 2006)
  1330. Stamford, Connecticut (CT): First Presbyterian Church (The Fish): altar and organ (1956-1957, architect Wallace K Harrison of Harrison & Abramovitz) (72 kb, 28 August 2013)
  1331. Stamford, Connecticut (CT): First Presbyterian Church (The Fish): chairs (1956-1957, architect Wallace K Harrison of Harrison & Abramovitz) (51 kb, 28 August 2013)
  1332. Stamford, Connecticut (CT): First Presbyterian Church (The Fish): entrance (1956-1957, architect Wallace K Harrison of Harrison & Abramovitz) (60 kb, 28 August 2013)
  1333. Stamford, Connecticut (CT): First Presbyterian Church (The Fish): interior (1956-1957, architect Wallace K Harrison of Harrison & Abramovitz) (99 kb, 28 August 2013)
  1334. Stamford, Connecticut (CT): First Presbyterian Church (The Fish): Maguire Memorial Carillon Tower (1968, Walter K Harrison of Harrison & Abramovitz) (50 kb, 28 August 2013)
  1335. Stamford, Connecticut (CT): First Presbyterian Church (The Fish): Maguire Memorial Carillon Tower, stairs (1968, Walter K Harrison of Harrison & Abramovitz) (78 kb, 28 August 2013)
  1336. Stamford, Connecticut (CT): First Presbyterian Church (The Fish): view (1956-1957, architect Wallace K Harrison of Harrison & Abramovitz) (69 kb, 28 August 2013)
  1337. Stamford, Connecticut (CT): First Presbyterian Church (The Fish): view end on (1956-1957, architect Wallace K Harrison of Harrison & Abramovitz) (65 kb, 28 August 2013)
  1338. Stansted, England: Stansted Airport: terminal building (1981-1991, Norman Foster and Partners) (67 kb, 26 April 2005)
  1339. Stansted, England: Stansted Airport: terminal building roof detail (1981-1991, Norman Foster and Partners) (67 kb, 22 February 2006)
  1340. Stegna, Pomerania, Poland: brick church (16th-18th c) (85 kb, 17 July 2005)
  1341. Swaffham Prior, England: St Cyriac's Church: tower (79 kb, 31 January 2009)
  1342. Swaffham Prior, England: St Mary's Church: rood screen (1907) (84 kb, 31 January 2009)
  1343. Swaffham Prior, England: St Mary's Church: rood screen Crucifixion (1907) (93 kb, 31 January 2009)
  1344. Swaffham Prior, England: St Mary's Church: tower (square and octagonal part, 12th century; 16-sided part 13th century) (76 kb, 31 January 2009)
  1345. Swarthmore, Pennsylvania (PA): Swarthmore College: McCabe Library, windows (1967, architect Vincent G. Kling and Associates) (101 kb, 18 July 2008)
  1346. Swarthmore, Pennsylvania (PA): Swarthmore College: Scott Amphitheatre (1942, designed by Thomas W. Sears) (113 kb, 18 July 2008)
  1347. Swarthmore, Pennsylvania (PA): Swarthmore College: Scott Amphitheatre (1942, designed by Thomas W. Sears) (113 kb, 18 July 2008)
  1348. Titusville, Florida (FL): Astronaut Hall of Fame site: view of one building (53 kb, 21 July 2007)
  1349. Tokyo, Japan: Ginza Tanagokoro: thin building (76 kb, 18 July 2006)
  1350. Tokyo, Japan: Japan Nursing Association: cone, at night (2002-2004, Kisho Kurokawa Architects & Associates) (87 kb, 19 July 2006)
  1351. Tokyo, Japan: Mikimoto Ginza 2: view (2005, architect Toyo Ito & Associates) (54 kb, 18 July 2006)
  1352. Tokyo, Japan: Prada Aoyama: view at night (2003, architects Herzog and de Meuron) (94 kb, 19 July 2006)
  1353. Tokyo, Japan: Tokyo International Forum: information booth (1996, architect Rafael Vinoly) (69 kb, 18 July 2006)
  1354. Tokyo, Japan: Tokyo International Forum: interior (1996, architect Rafael Vinoly) (96 kb, 18 July 2006)
  1355. Tokyo, Japan: Tokyo International Forum: roof structure (1996, architect Rafael Vinoly) (119 kb, 18 July 2006)
  1356. Toronto, Ontario, Canada: Lester B. Pearson International Airport: Terminal 3, interior (c 2006) (87 kb, 16 August 2009)
  1357. Toruń, Poland: House Under the Star: façade (1697) (111 kb, 13 July 2005)
  1358. Toruń, Poland: ulica Łazienna: decoration over door (56 kb, 14 July 2005)
  1359. Toruń, Poland: ulica Piekary: old granary façade (92 kb, 13 July 2005)
  1360. Utica, New York (NY): Grace Church: altar (125 kb, 11 July 2014)
  1361. Utica, New York (NY): Tompkins Memorial Chapel (Masonic Care Community): view down nave (89 kb, 11 July 2014)
  1362. Utrecht University, Netherlands: Educatorium, Levenlaan 19: view (1997, architect OMA / Rem Koolhaas) (79 kb, 28 February 2007)
  1363. Utrecht University, Netherlands: Hugo R. Kruyt Building (Gebouw): tiled seating in reception area (1974) (64 kb, 28 February 2007)
  1364. Utrecht University, Netherlands: Minnaert Building (Gebouw), Leuvenlaan 4: interior rainwater collection and cooling pool (1997, Neutelings Riedijk Architecten) (65 kb, 28 February 2007)
  1365. Utrecht University, Netherlands: Minnaert Building (Gebouw), Leuvenlaan 4: view (1997, Neutelings Riedijk Architecten) (70 kb, 28 February 2007)
  1366. Utrecht University, Netherlands: Nicolaas Bloembergen (NMR) Building (Gebouw), Padualaan 8: view (2000-2001, architect UNStudio / Ben van Berkel) (74 kb, 28 February 2007)
  1367. Utrecht, Netherlands: Kromme Nieuwegracht 43 (De Truttige Tuyl): window (18th century?) (76 kb, 28 February 2007)
  1368. Utrecht, Netherlands: Maliebaan 16 (Andersson Elffers Felix): view from front (1897, architect S.J. de Rooy; converted and extended, 2000, Mecanoo Architecten) (99 kb, 28 February 2007)
  1369. Vatican City: Basilica di San Pietro (St Peter's Basilica): Baldacchino (Baldaquin) (bronze, 1624-1633, Gian Lorenzo Bernini) (94 kb, 16 December 2006)
  1370. Vatican City: Basilica di San Pietro (St Peter's Basilica): view from Piazza San Pietro (St Peter's Square) (various architects including Michelangelo, Gian Lorenzo Bernini and Carlo Maderno) (60 kb, 16 December 2006)
  1371. Vatican City: Vatican Museum: dome modeled on Pantheon (near Cortile ottagonale del Belvedere) (55 kb, 16 December 2006)
  1372. Vineland, New Jersey (NJ): Gerresheimer (ex-Kimble) Glass: view (1937, architect William Lescaze) (60 kb, 18 July 2008)
  1373. Vineland, New Jersey (NJ): Gerresheimer (ex-Kimble) Glass: view (1937, architect William Lescaze) (71 kb, 18 July 2008)
  1374. Washington, DC: Capitol Building: view (1793-1829, William Thornton, Benjamin Henry Latrobe, Charles Bulfinch, since extended) (67 kb, 20 March 2007)
  1375. Washington, DC: Department of Commerce (15th Street NW): pediment (1934, James Earle Fraser) (60 kb, 20 March 2007)
  1376. Washington, DC: Department of Commerce (15th Street NW): pediment (1934, James Earle Fraser) (67 kb, 20 March 2007)
  1377. Washington, DC: Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden: fountain (1969-1974, Gordon Bunshaft of Skidmore, Owings and Merrill) (64 kb, 21 July 2010)
  1378. Washington, DC: Lincoln Memorial: view (1914-1922, architect Henry Bacon) (65 kb, 21 July 2010)
  1379. Washington, DC: Lincoln Memorial: view at night (1914-1922, architect Henry Bacon) (45 kb, 20 July 2010)
  1380. Washington, DC: National Gallery of Art East Building (Madison Drive NW): view (1974-1978, I.M. Pei) (50 kb, 20 March 2007)
  1381. Washington, DC: Supreme Court (1st Street SE): view (1932-1935, Cass Gilbert and John Rockart) (54 kb, 20 March 2007)
  1382. Washington, DC: Vietnam Veterans Memorial: finding the name (1982, designed by Maya Lin) (98 kb, 21 July 2010)
  1383. Washington, DC: Walker Building, 15th Street NW: decoration over door (1936, architect Porter & Lockie, artist John Joseph Earley) (96 kb, 21 July 2010)
  1384. Washington, DC: Washington Monument: view (1848-1885, Robert Mills) (24 kb, 20 March 2007)
  1385. Washington, DC: World War II Memorial: view (2001-2004, design architect Friedrich St. Florian) (66 kb, 20 March 2007)
  1386. Washington, DC: World War II Memorial: view at dusk (2001-2004, design architect Friedrich St. Florian) (72 kb, 20 July 2010)
  1387. Whitby, England: Abbey: ruins (91 kb, 4 September 2012)
  1388. Whitby, England: Abbey: ruins (75 kb, 4 September 2012)
  1389. Whitby, England: Church of Saint Mary: view (12th/13th century) (71 kb, 4 September 2012)
  1390. Whitby, England: Church Stairs: bottom of 199 steps down from Abbey to town (80 kb, 4 September 2012)
  1391. Williamstown, Massachusetts (MA): Clark Art Institute: extension (completed 2014, architect Tadao Ando) (128 kb, 21 July 2014)
  1392. Willingham, England: St Mary and All Saints Church: sedilia (seating for clergy, 13th century, restored 1890 and 1983) (76 kb, 3 November 2007)
  1393. Willingham, England: St Mary and All Saints Church: tower (71 kb, 7 November 2009)
  1394. Winterthur, Delaware (DE): Winterthur estate: chandelier (47 kb, 20 July 2008)
  1395. Winterthur, Delaware (DE): Winterthur estate: Montmorenci Stair Hall (from 1822 plantation home in North Carolina) (64 kb, 20 July 2008)
  1396. Winterthur, Delaware (DE): Winterthur estate: Visitor Center (1961, architects Victorine and Samuel Homsey) (131 kb, 20 July 2008)
  1397. Wrexham, Wales: Parish Church of St Giles: chancel gates (1707, attributed to Robert Davies, said to have been given by Elihu Yale) (111 kb, 15 October 2005)
  1398. Wymondham, England: Wymondham Abbey (The Abbey Church of St Mary and St Thomas of Canterbury): choir, altar and screen (93 kb, 9 June 2014)
  1399. Yosemite National Park, California (CA): Ahwahnee Hotel: Dining Room (1926-1927, architect Gilbert Stanley Underwood, interior design Phyllis Ackerman and Arthur Upham Pope) (115 kb, 16 July 2011)
  1400. Yosemite National Park, California (CA): Ahwahnee Hotel: Great Lounge (1926-1927, architect Gilbert Stanley Underwood, interior design Phyllis Ackerman and Arthur Upham Pope) (92 kb, 16 July 2011)