Archive for August, 2010

Fountain Place Dallas

Fountain Place is a 62-story skyscraper located in the Arts District in Dallas, Texas. It is the fifth tallest building in the city and currently the 15th tallest in the state of Texas. It is considered as one of the city’s famous most recognizable buildings due to its unique architecture. Fountain Place History The skyscraper […]

The Grossmunster Church

The Grossmunster is a Protestant church located in Zurich, Switzerland. It’s name means “great minster” and is considered as one of the more important churches in the Protestant Reformation. It is a Romanesque style church that is also considered one of the important and visible landmarks in Zurich. Grossmunster History The present Grossmunster stands on […]

Republic Plaza Singapore

Republic Plaza is a skyscraper located in the central business district in Singapore. It is considered as one of the three tallest skyscrapers in the city. The three skyscrapers actually share the title since Republic Plaza, OUB Centre and UOB Plaza One all share the same stated building height. Republic Plaza Profile Republic Plaza was […]

Grand National Theater Of China

The Grand National Theater of China is a modern opera house located in Beijing, People’s Republic of China. It is also known as the National Center for the Performing Arts (NCPA). It also has acquired the nickname, “The Egg” due to its unusual and unique shape. Grand National Theater Profile The Grand National Theater was […]

Chilehaus Hamburg

Chilehaus is a unique building that is located in Hamburg, Germany. It is considered as one of the city’s more interesting buildings. And because of this, it is one of the more popular landmarks in the city and has gone through renovation to protect and preserve its legacy. Chilehaus History Chilehaus is one of the […]