This web page is dedicated to share with you my interests in the field of architecture –my chosen profession– and other areas like goldsmithing, which have given me much creative pleasure.
Esta página web está dedicada a compartir con usted mis intereses en el campo de la arquitectura –mi profesión escogida– y otras áreas como la orfebrería, la cual me ha dado muchas satisfacciones en el campo de la creatividad.
The 1 mile Provincetown Causeway or also known as Breakwater Walk crosses the harbor. Constructed in 1911 to protect the town’s harbor from the shifting of the sand dunes on Long Point.
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Franconia Falls is located at the end of one of the flattest long-distance strolls in the White Mountains.
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Gerry Island is a a 1.6-acre small island that was named after Thomas, the father of Elbridge Gerry.
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The Arboretum was formalized in 1986, it consists of 64 acres of woods, meadows, swamp, ponds, old apple orchards, a glacial esker, and a bog.
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The State Capitol was design in the Eastlake Style or Eastlake architecture which is part of the Queen Anne style of Victorian architecture.
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The Newport Car Museum opened in 2017 in a former missile manufacturing facility .
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The construction started in 1964 and it was completed in 1967, two years after the death of the Swiss architect Le Corbusier. This museum was his final project.
Continue reading “Pavillon Le Corbusier – Zurich, Switzerland”