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"Architects: Masters of Design and Creation" From the iconic Bauhaus Building to the majestic Highclere Castle, architects have left an indelible mark on our world

Background imageArchitect Collection: A zig zag bridge and a Pavilion on the West Lake in foggy morning, Hangzhou

A zig zag bridge and a Pavilion on the West Lake in foggy morning, Hangzhou, Zhejiang, China

Background imageArchitect Collection: Bauhaus Building

Bauhaus Building
The Bauhaus building in Dessau, manufacturing city in eastern Germany. The building was built in 1925 - 26 by the German architect Walter Gropius. Date: 1930s

Background imageArchitect Collection: The Fox Theatre, Detroit, Michigan - The Auditorium

The Fox Theatre, Detroit, Michigan - The Auditorium. Opened in 1928 as a flagship movie palace in the Fox Theatres Chain. The first theatre to be designed to incorporate a speaker system for sound

Background imageArchitect Collection: Roman Empire (4th c. AD). Scale model of the

Roman Empire (4th c. AD). Scale model of the city of Rome

Background imageArchitect Collection: Highclere Castle (Downton Abbey)

Highclere Castle (Downton Abbey)
Highclere Castle (architect Sir Charles Barry). Date: 1889

Background imageArchitect Collection: Falling Water in Autumn, Mill Run, Pennsylvania, USA

Falling Water in Autumn, Mill Run, Pennsylvania, USA

Background imageArchitect Collection: Suspension Pier, Seaview, Isle of Wight, Hampshire, England

Suspension Pier, Seaview, Isle of Wight, Hampshire, England
The elegant Suspension Pier, Seaview, Isle of Wight, Hampshire, England. The suspension pier was designed by Frank Caws, a Seaview-born engineer/architect then working in Sunderland

Background imageArchitect Collection: The Salisbury Hotel pub, Green Lanes, Harringay, London

The Salisbury Hotel pub, Green Lanes, Harringay, London
The Salisbury Hotel, a Grade II listed pub on Grand Parade - at the junction of St. Anns Road / Green Lanes, Harringay, London - built by the prolific Scottish builder J C Hill

Background imageArchitect Collection: The Forum, Norwich, Norfolk, England

The Forum, Norwich, Norfolk, England

Background imageArchitect Collection: Guggenheim Museum by night, Bilbao, Basque Country, Spain

Guggenheim Museum by night, Bilbao, Basque Country, Spain

Background imageArchitect Collection: Fuxi and Nuwa, found in the tombs of Astana Cemetery, Turfan (painted silk)

Fuxi and Nuwa, found in the tombs of Astana Cemetery, Turfan (painted silk)
LSE3512892 Fuxi and Nuwa, found in the tombs of Astana Cemetery, Turfan (painted silk) by Chinese School (7th century); National Museum, Seoul

Background imageArchitect Collection: Fountain in the Piazza Maggiore, Fano, Italy (b / w photo)

Fountain in the Piazza Maggiore, Fano, Italy (b / w photo)
6016681 Fountain in the Piazza Maggiore, Fano, Italy (b/w photo) by American Photographer (19th century) (after); Private Collection; (add.info.: Fountain in the Piazza Maggiore, Fano, Italy)

Background imageArchitect Collection: Park Guell, Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain

Park Guell, Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain

Background imageArchitect Collection: The Camden Turkish Baths, 11a Kentish Town Road, London

The Camden Turkish Baths, 11a Kentish Town Road, London
Board-mounted promotional poster for The Camden Turkish Baths, 11a Kentish Town Road, London - designed and erected under the personal superintendence of Mr. H. H. Bridgeman ARIBA Arch

Background imageArchitect Collection: Senate House (University of London) from Store Street

Senate House (University of London) from Store Street. Date: 1938

Background imageArchitect Collection: Senate House London

Senate House London
The Senate House, University of London, was designed by the architect Charles Holden in 1932. Some say it owes its lines to the USA skyscraper, others to European Modernism. Date: 1950s

Background imageArchitect Collection: Truant School, Hightown, Liverpool

Truant School, Hightown, Liverpool
Design for the Liverpool School Board Truant School at Hightown, Liverpool, by the architect Thomas Mellard Reade. Date: 1878

Background imageArchitect Collection: Victoria and Albert Museum, London - Aston Webb Front

Victoria and Albert Museum, London - Aston Webb Front - the final modified design - opened in 1909. Date: 1903

Background imageArchitect Collection: LIBYA. TRIPOLI. Leptis Magna. Forum of Septimius

LIBYA. TRIPOLI. Leptis Magna. Forum of Septimius Severus. Forum built after the rise to the empire of Lucius Septimius Severus in 193. Sculptural detail with Gorgons head. Roman art. Early Empire

Background imageArchitect Collection: MANUSCRIPT ILLUMINATION. God as the great Architect of the Universe

MANUSCRIPT ILLUMINATION. God as the great Architect of the Universe. Illumination from the 13th century French Bible

Background imageArchitect Collection: PAXTON, Joseph (1801-1865). Crystal Palace. 1851

PAXTON, Joseph (1801-1865). Crystal Palace. 1851. First building with revolutionary modular, prefabricated design, and use of glass. Built for the Universal Exhibition of 1851 in Hyde Park, London

Background imageArchitect Collection: Pynes House, Exeter, Devon, 1825

Pynes House, Exeter, Devon, 1825
Pynes House, Exeter, Devon, the seat of Sir Stafford Henry Northcote 1792-1850. Queen Anne style red brick house with slate roof and four brick chimney stacks built by architect Inigo Jones

Background imageArchitect Collection: Fountain of the four Rivers, Piazza Navona, Rome, Lazio, Italy

Fountain of the four Rivers, Piazza Navona, Rome, Lazio, Italy

Background imageArchitect Collection: Bristol - University - Wills Memorial Building

Bristol - University - Wills Memorial Building designed by Sir George Oatley in memory of Henry Overton Wills III (of Wills Cigarettes). Date: 1936

Background imageArchitect Collection: London - St. Georges Hospital, Hyde Park Corner

London - St. Georges Hospital, Hyde Park Corner
London - St. Georges Hospital (now The Lanesborough hotel), Hyde Park Corner. Date: 1912

Background imageArchitect Collection: Reichstags Dome by Norman Foster (b. 1935). Berlin. Germany

Reichstags Dome by Norman Foster (b. 1935). Berlin. Germany
Dome of the Reichstag, seat of the German Parliament, designed by Norman Foster (b.1935). Interior. Berlin. Germany

Background imageArchitect Collection: Pampulha Church, Belo Horizonte, Brazil

Pampulha Church, Belo Horizonte, Brazil
Church of St Francis of Assisi at Pampulha, Belo Horizonte, Minas Gerais, Brazil, designed by the architect Oscar Niemeyer in the organic modern style

Background imageArchitect Collection: St Pancras Station

St Pancras Station and Midland Grand Hotel London, designed by Victorian architect George Gilbert Scott, circa 1905. (Photo by London Stereoscopic Company/Getty Images)

Background imageArchitect Collection: Leicester - Municipal Buildings

Leicester - Municipal Buildings - Architect: Frederick Roper Date: 1907

Background imageArchitect Collection: Tilla Kari Madrasa. 1646-1660. UZBEKISTAN. Samarkand

Tilla Kari Madrasa. 1646-1660. UZBEKISTAN. Samarkand. Registan Square. Islamic art. Architecture

Background imageArchitect Collection: Argentina - Buenos Aires - Kavanagh Building

Argentina - Buenos Aires - Kavanagh Building and Parque Retiro. Built in the 1930s in the Rationalist style, by the architects Gregorio S£ hez

Background imageArchitect Collection: Millau Bridge France

Millau Bridge France

Background imageArchitect Collection: Kings Cross Station / 1895

Kings Cross Station / 1895
A view of the platforms at the terminus for the Great Northern Railway, designed by the architect Lewis Cubitt, built in 1851-52

Background imageArchitect Collection: Millau viaduct spanning the Tarn Gorge, southern France. At 336 metres the cable-stayed Viaduc de

Millau viaduct spanning the Tarn Gorge, southern France. At 336 metres the cable-stayed Viaduc de Millau is the highest
MAB-72 Millau viaduct spanning the Tarn Gorge, southern France At 336 metres the cable-stayed Viaduc de Millau is the highest bridge in the world and 2.5 kms long

Background imageArchitect Collection: James Braid, Golfer

James Braid, Golfer
James Braid. Scottish golfer and course architect, winner of five British Open Championships

Background imageArchitect Collection: Leeds / Town Hall 1858

Leeds / Town Hall 1858
Leeds, Yorkshire: the Town Hall (architect Cuthbert Brodrick)

Background imageArchitect Collection: Sir Christopher Wren, English architect, c1680

Sir Christopher Wren, English architect, c1680. Christopher Wren (1632-1723) rebuilt fifty-one churches in the City of London after the Great Fire, constructed the new St Pauls Cathedral

Background imageArchitect Collection: Alfred Waterhouse

Alfred Waterhouse
ALFRED WATERHOUSE English architect; champion of Gothic revival

Background imageArchitect Collection: Germany / Dessau / Bauhaus

Germany / Dessau / Bauhaus
The Bauhaus building in Dessau, manufacturing city in eastern Germany. The building was built in 1925 - 26 by the German architect Walter Gropius

Background imageArchitect Collection: The Tempio Malatestiano, Rimini, Romagna, Italy

The Tempio Malatestiano, Rimini, Romagna, Italy
The Tempio Malatestiano (Italian Malatesta Temple) - the cathedral church of Rimini, Italy. The upper part of the facade, which was supposed to include a gable end, was never finished Date: 1903

Background imageArchitect Collection: Leon Battista Alberti

Leon Battista Alberti
LEON BATTISTA Italian mathematician, architect, painter and writer. Date: 1404 - 1472

Background imageArchitect Collection: USA, Oklahoma, Bartlesville, Price Tower, only skyscraper designed by Frank Lloyd Wright

USA, Oklahoma, Bartlesville, Price Tower, only skyscraper designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, built in 1956

Background imageArchitect Collection: Konak clock tower at sunset, Konak Square, Izmir, Turkey

Konak clock tower at sunset, Konak Square, Izmir, Turkey

Background imageArchitect Collection: St Martins Church, Ashton on Mersey, Cheshire (engraving)

St Martins Church, Ashton on Mersey, Cheshire (engraving)
7164119 St Martins Church, Ashton on Mersey, Cheshire (engraving) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: St Martins Church, Ashton on Mersey, Cheshire)

Background imageArchitect Collection: Infirmary - Havil Street, Camberwell

Infirmary - Havil Street, Camberwell
Its the circular ward block for the workhouse infirmary, designed in 1889 by architect R.P. Whellock, and opened the following year at Havil Street, Camberwell

Background imageArchitect Collection: Cleopatras Needle and Shell Mex House, London

Cleopatras Needle and Shell Mex House, London. Date: circa 1940

Background imageArchitect Collection: Eye of Horus. False door of Senenmut. Egypt

Eye of Horus. False door of Senenmut. Egypt
False door of Senenmut, architect and official government. Detail of the Eye of Horus. Sandstone. New Kingdom. 18th Dynasty. 1480-1460 BC. West Thebes. Neues Museum. Berlin. Germany

Background imageArchitect Collection: Kingston Bridge, Kingston upon Thames

Kingston Bridge, Kingston upon Thames
A view of Kingston Bridge over the River Thames - designed by Edward Lapidge and opened on 17th July 1828. The bridge is built of Portland stone and comprises five elliptical arches. Date: circa 1908



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"Architects: Masters of Design and Creation" From the iconic Bauhaus Building to the majestic Highclere Castle, architects have left an indelible mark on our world. They possess a unique ability to transform mere blueprints into breathtaking structures that stand the test of time. In autumn's embrace, Falling Water in Mill Run, Pennsylvania emerges as a masterpiece amidst nature's vibrant palette. Its harmonious integration with its surroundings showcases an architect's skillful blend of form and function. The Fox Theatre in Detroit, Michigan stands tall as a testament to architectural grandeur. Its magnificent auditorium transports visitors to another era, where opulence reigns supreme. Traveling back through history, we find ourselves immersed in the Roman Empire. A scale model reveals how architects meticulously crafted awe-inspiring structures that still captivate us today. Nestled within London's bustling streets lies The Salisbury Hotel pub—a hidden gem showcasing architectural charm from days gone by. It serves as a reminder that even small spaces can hold great beauty and character. Stepping into the realm of artistry, manuscript illumination unveils God as the great Architect of the Universe—an inspiration for architects who strive to create wonders that transcend human imagination. Park Guell in Barcelona beckons us with its whimsical designs and colorful mosaic creations. Here, architecture becomes poetry in motion—a celebration of creativity intertwined with urban landscapes. Venturing further into London's rich tapestry is The Camden Turkish Baths—an architectural marvel offering respite from city life since times long past. Architects shape spaces not only for practicality but also for moments of solace and rejuvenation. Pynes House in Exeter stands proudly as an embodiment of Georgian elegance—its regal façade capturing hearts throughout centuries. Architects breathe life into buildings, infusing them with stories waiting to be told. The Suspension Pier on Seaview Isle captures both our attention and admiration—a testament to engineers turned architects who dare to push boundaries and challenge the limits of what is possible.