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The Rietveld Schröder House, also known as Schröder House, is a house designed by Gerrit Rietveld in Utrecht, Netherlands. It constructed for Mrs. Truus Schröder-Schräder and her three children in 1924. The style of the building is De Stijl – a Dutch artistic movement founded in 1917, also known as neoplasticism.

The Muuratsalo Experimental House, also known as Aalto Summer House, is a house designed by Alvar Aalto in 1953. It located at on the western shore of the island of Muuratsalo, Finland. It is a small house consists of the main building in 1952 and a questroom-wing in 1953.

The Everson Museum of Art is a museum in Downtown Syracuse, New York, exactly at 401 Harrison Street, near the Oncenter complex. It is directly accessible from Interstate 81 Exit 18 (Adams Street / Harrison Street). The building designed by I. M. Pei(Ieoh Ming Pei).

The Venice Beach House is a unique house designed by Frank Owen Gehry in 1986. It located at Venice California using light wood framing as the construction. The house showed Gehry’s conscious play with conventional materials. He used large wood, tile, beams, cinderblocks and also exterior plywood to make many unique forms.

The Baths of Caracalla or in italian called as Terme di Caracalla is a Roman public baths located in Rome, Italy. It built during the reign of the Emperor Caracalla from 212 until 216. In the 6th century the hydraulic installation of the building destroyed during the Gothic War. Started from that time, the building […]

The Jantar Mantar or Yantra Mantra is a collection of architectural astronomical instruments located in west central India. Built by Maharaja Jai Singh II of Jaipur in 1727 until 1734, it consist five location. Each site has multiple building of unique form and each building has a specialized function for astronomical measurement.

The Moser House is a house designed by Josef Hoffmann for Koloman Moser. It constructed in 1901 until 1903 at Vienna, Austria. The building using brick covered stucco as the construction. It is a large house using to accommodate more than one family. Using pre-modern as the style, the building still contains a little classic […]

The Bank of China Tower is a skycrapers building in central Hong Kong, exactly at 1 Garden Road, in Central and Western District on Hong Kong Island. Designed by I. M. Pei(Ieoh Ming Pei), the winner of Pritzker Prize, it houses the headquarters for the Bank of China in Hong Kong.

The Gund Hall is a building by John Andrews at Havard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts. the building used as architecture school. It using concrete and stell trusses as the construction system, makes a modern style on it. The building provide a stimulating environment in which to work(studio and office area for 500 students and more […]

The Austrian Postal Savings Bank is a building for Österreichische Postsparkasse(a postal savings bank in Austria, owned by the Austrian Mail and thus by the government) designed by Otto Wagner. It start the construction in 1904 and finish it in 1912. Located at Vienna, Austria, the building has an early modern style with reinforced concrete […]