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May 28, 2006

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Leonardo_bridge Leonardo Bridge Project. In 1502 Leonardo da Vinci did a simple drawing of a graceful bridge with a single span of 720-foot span. Da Vinci designed the bridge as part of a civil engineering project for Sultan Bajazet II of Constantinople. The bridge was to span the Golden Horn, an inlet at the mouth of the Bosphorus River in what is now Turkey. The Bridge was never built

Architecture of the Arctic. Buildings of the Canadian territory of Nunavut, where high winds, freezing temperatures, and the difficulty of transporting raw materials pose some interesting architectural constraints. All of the buildings below are in the city of Iqaluit, except for the flying saucer, which is in Igloolik

Gulliver Park in Valencia, Spain. (From Folderol)

The new Apple Store, Fifth Avenue. Scroll down to the bottom of Jack Cheng’s post: "We know what the next entry in your blog is going to be"

Churches and Chathedrals in France, photographed by Arnaud Frich. Also, The Beauty of The Loire Valley

Howard Roark on trial

Tibetan architecture

West Coast Woman To Build Crash Pad Out of an Old 747

By the way, who is your favorite living architect?

Many More Unusual architectural Links Here

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