Here are the buildings uploaded since my last post.
Naujakiemio 2, Klaipeda - Penkiaaukstis gyvenamasis namas
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Edificio Sevilla 1
50 Bank Street, London
50 Bank Street is the shortest of the current 5 buildings in the Heron Quays Compex, standing at 63m (205ft) tall and 11 storeys high. The building is the shorter twin of 40 bank street design by the ame architect, Cesar Pelli Associates. Built in 2002 the office contain 19,230 sq m of floor space.
Plaza de la Bandera - Lima
square located in "pueblo libre" ,near in lima.
San Jose, California
San Jose Repertory Theatre
"Founded by James P. Reber in 1980 as San Jose’s first resident professional theatre, the Rep soon became the fastest growing regional theatre in the country. The arrival of Timothy Near as Artistic Director in 1987 signalled a more focused commitment to making the Rep an integral part of the life of San Jose. Ms. Near gave the Rep a mission to produce plays that spoke to the city’s diverse community both directly or by inflection. Innovative productions of the classics, combined with daring contemporary works and a commitment to developing new plays, have won the Rep a distinctive identity and respected place in American theatre. The company’s 1997 move from the quaint but restrictive old Montgomery Theatre into a new, purpose-built home in the heart of downtown enhanced its ability to offer San Jose a wide range of programming, produced to the highest artistic and technical standards. Meanwhile, the Rep’s imaginative education and outreach programs —particularly its Red Ladder Theatre Company for disadvantaged youth and other underserved groups—have enabled the Rep to make a significant contribution to improving the quality of life in the broader community." -Wikipedia
San Jose Museum of Arts
"The San Jose Museum of Art is a museum in Downtown San Jose, California, USA, founded in 1969 as the "Civic Art Gallery". The oldest part of the Museum was originally built as the San Jose post office in 1892, and then served as the city's library from 1937 to 1969. In 1972 the building was named a California Historical Landmark (#854), and in 1973 it was added to the National Register of Historic Places. The "New Wing", comprising the majority of the current exhibition space, opened in 1991. The permanent collection focuses on 20th- and 21st-century art, with a focus on US West Coast artists and a growing emphasis on art of the Pacific Rim. The collection includes more than 2,000 works in a variety of media, including sculpture, paintings, prints, digital media, photographs, and drawings by artists such as Robert Arneson, Milton Avery, Gregory Barsamian, Joan Brown, Deborah Butterfield, Jim Campbell, Enrique Chagoya, Dale Chihuly, Ron Davis, Jay DeFeo, Roy DeForest, Tony Delap, Richard Diebenkorn, Jim Dine, Rupert Garcia, Philip Guston, Oliver Jackson, Hung Liu, Michael McMillen, Manuel Neri, Long Nguyen, Manuel Ocampo, Nathan Oliveira, Deborah Oropallo, Alan Rath, Raymond Saunders, Richard Shaw, Wayne Thiebaud, Bill Viola, and William Wiley." -Wikipedia
Market St. Garage, San Jose
Parking Building near Santa Clara Street. Also birthplace of the Bank of America founder A.P. Giannini. "Amadeo Peter Giannini, founder of the Bank of Italy and now the Bank of America was born at 79 North Market Street on May 6, 1870. Perhaps San Jose's most famous native, He is considered by many to be the greatest figure in American banking. A liberal in a conservative field, he revolutionized and humanized banking practices, creating the world's largest and most powerful branch-banking system while maintaining his commitment to the ideal of equal treatment and opportunity for all people. Now a parking structure Banks of Historical San Jose " original post by JimboCruzn
1st and Santa Clara retail buildings
Group of retail building on the corner of N 1st and Santa Clara in San Hose. On Santa Clara - 55: Washington Mutual, One North St. building: Lincoln Law School and Ameritrade. On 1st - DNE, Golden Bay restaurant and Gross/Holmes Building with No 25 - 55. Created for San Jose Planning Division from supplied photos of Downtow San Jose gallery (No 4) by Lukasz Swiniarski
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
This model was developed by Cana McCoy of the Amherst Planning Department in the spring and summer of 2006.
Amherst Montessori School and Second Chances Consignment Shop
Commercial and Retail at 460 West St, Amherst
This model was developed by Cana McCoy of the Amherst Planning Department in the spring and summer of 2006. This structure includes the Amherst Athletic Club, Amherst Fish Market, The Moan & Dove, The Trading Post, Zhang's Kitchen Chinese Restaurant, Shear Bliss Salon & Global Cuts. The portion of the building in the back (current home of the Amherst Athletic Club, Amherst Fish Market & the Trading Post), was originally the home of the South Amherst Cold Storage Facility.
Academy of Medicine
The Brotherhood of Physicians of Atlanta was founded by thirteen physicians in 1854. Eventually, their name changed to Fulton County Medical Society, and they declared their HQ in this building, the Academy of Medicine. The neoclassical building was designed by Philip T. Shutze and R. Kennon Perry. Model by Zach Moore.
Atlantic Plaza is Located in Atlanta, GA. This building is a sister building to the One Atlantic center Building, located in Mid Town just across Peachtree Street to the East. This building has tall vertical lines, giving the impression of being taller than its actual 24 stories. Also on the site are two parking garages serving both buildings. Model created by Adam Hecht.
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
First Canadian Place
First Canadian Place is a skyscraper in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. At 298 metres, or 978 feet (355 metres with antenna included), it is Canada's tallest skyscraper and the eleventh tallest building in North America. It is the third tallest free-standing structure in Canada, after CN Tower, also in Toronto, and the Inco Superstack in Sudbury, Ontario. First Canadian Place is located at the northwest corner of the intersection of King and Bay streets in Toronto, the centre of Canadian financial industry. It is home to the Toronto headquarters of the Bank of Montreal, the oldest Canadian bank
Toronto City Hall
e hënë, 9 korrik 2007
Here are the buildings uploaded since my last post.