Fresh from my visit to the architectural playground of Seattle’s Central Library, I’m looking through some of the more interesting architecture I’ve found along the way on my travels. There was the intricately ornate Iglesia de Nuestra Senora de La Merced in Antigua, Guatemala.
The view of towers surrounding New York’s 9/11 Memorial, still under construction at the time of my visit, will stay with me forever.
I’ll never forget my surprise at seeing the soaring interior of the Franciscan Monastery of Mount St. Sepulchre on the outskirts of Washington DC.
Last but not least, the warm and cosy facade of Bewley’s coffee shop on Dublin‘s Grafton Street, all decked out for the holidays. It is still one of my favourite places to snuggle up with a cup of coffee.
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Looking forward to seeing what you construct for this week’s theme.
“I call architecture frozen music.” – Johann Wolfgang von Goethe