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November 28, 2020

“2001” Metal Monolith Found in the Utah Desert

A Towering Monolith Reminiscent of the Film "2001" Recently, employees from the Utah Department of Public Safety happened upon a silver monolith in the remote desert while doing an aerial survey. The structure, almost 12-foot-tall,… Continue Reading

April 19, 2019

Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris by Louis Daguerre (1838)

When Louis Daguerre created the photographic process that bears his name (daguerreotype), he proudly proclaimed, "I have seized the light. I have arrested its flight." This image from 1838 by Daguerre is an example of… Continue Reading

April 19, 2019

Minimalist Wooden Chapel in a Bavarian Forest

Constructed from sixty-one Douglas fir logs, this intimate chapel sits in a forest near the village of Unterliezheim in southwestern Germany. Its architect, John Pawson, was commissioned to create the elegant minimalist structure as a… Continue Reading

January 25, 2019

Christian Benimana is leading the next generation of African architects

Rwandan architect, Christian Benimana, asserts his positive vision for the future of African cities: a continent-wide movement that's socially inclusive, environmentally sustainable, and globally inspiring.     Continue Reading

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