As I entered the Bridges Hall of Music, it felt as if I was transported back to ancient roman times. The exterior of the building was astounding! Once we opened the doors to the music hall, our breath was completely taken away.
Students from SCI-Arc in L.A. have just paved the way to affordable, beautiful homes by teaming up with Homes for Habitat. In a crime-filled part of town, where Los Angeles County donated a piece of land to the cause, these great thinkers made a safe, affordable and eco-friendly home.
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A continuation of our blog The Most Beautiful Architecture on Earth, this is part 2. This week, we travel to China to visit its Great Wall and across the Earth to Turkey, where the very first temple in the world still stands. You will definitely want to read this!
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As I think back to the trip my mom and I took to Italy, I was amazed by how the immaculate Roman Colosseum's architecture was. And first gazing at the tall buildings in New York City during a perfomance trip with my sister- our jaws literally hit the floor. Although these sites were both immensely stunning, their was a HUGE difference in architecture. Nothing compares to the most beautiful ancient architecture Earth has to offer. This week, we take a look.
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