Archive for October, 2011

Grundtvig's Church

Grundtvig’s Church is a uniquely designed church located in Bispebjerg district in Copenhagen, Denmark. Its original name is the Grundtvig’s Memorial Church but has since been shortened to its current name. Its unique design is one of the rare examples of expressionist style of church architecture. And because it comes with an unusual design for […]

Tribune Tower

The Tribune Tower is a neo-Gothic skyscraper located in the city of Chicago in Illinois. It is the headquarters of the Tribune Company and the home of the Chicago Tribune newspaper. It is also considered as a Chicago landmark. Tribune Tower History The Tribune Tower was a product of a design competition that was held […]

Belvedere Palace

The Belvedere is a historical palatial complex located in the city of Vienna in Austria. The palace complex consists mainly of two Baroque palaces called the Upper and Lower Belvedere, the Orangery and the Palace Stables. The most striking building of the lot is the Upper Belvedere palace, noted for its sweeping Baroque architecture settled […]

Cathedral Of Learning

The Cathedral of Learning is a 42-story Late Gothic Revival cathedral located in the city of Pittsburgh in Pennsylvania, USA. It stands as the centerpiece for the main campus of the University of Pittsburgh. Despite being called a cathedral, this building is not built to be a house of religious worship. It was primarily built […]