e hënë, 5 nëntor 2007

Buildings uploaded for November 5, 2007

Here are the latest uploads to Google’s Cities in Development section of the 3D Warehouse since my last post.

Nagoya, Japan

Matsuzakaya South Annex

Nagoya Dome

Matsuzakaya North Annex

Nagoya City Science Museum

Buenos Aires, Argentina

Azopardo 728

Alem 702

Buenos Aires Plaza

Corrientes 701

Crowne Plaza Panamericano North

Edificio Proa

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Koppers Building

The Koppers Building in downtown Pittsburgh is one of the cities best examples of Art Deco styling. The Architects responsible for the design include Chicago architects Graham, Anderson, Probst and White. It is 475 feet (145 meters) tall. It was built in 1929. Model by Lars Zimmerman.

Bellefield Presbyterian Church

The Bellefield Presbyterian Church was originally located closer to the town center of Pittsburgh, but moved to the Oakland neighborhood onto a piece of donated land in 1801. The final stage of construction was completed in 1899. It is one of the oldest buildings in Pittsburgh. This building has many features common to a church constructed at this time; it had a largely axial design with large circular congregation areas, arched openings and tall ceilings. The large stone block construction and 3 intricate stained glass windows define this as a place of worship. Model constructed my Adam Hecht.

St. Louis, Missouri

Continental Life Building

This building is located in St. Louis, Missouri. It is the tallest of the buildings that make up the mid town skyline. Built in 1930 the 286 foot tall Art Deco structure was completed by Ittner Architects. The Continental life building was an office building until in 2001- 2002 when it took a major transformation and was converted into condominiums and apartments. Model by Austin Metzger.

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