Architecture is meant to fulfill both practical and expressive requirements, and thus it serves both utilitarian and aesthetic purposes. When you look at a structure, you can distinguish these two ends but they cannot be separated, and the relative weight each of them carry can vary widely. Plus, every society has its own, unique relationship to the natural world and its architecture usually reflects that as well, allowing people from other places to learn about their environment, as well as history, ceremonies, artistic sensibility, and many aspects of daily life.

However, architecture is better seen, not described. So, let me introduce you to "the beautiful impossibilities that we want to live in", a subreddit dedicated to high-quality images of some of the most impressive (concept) buildings out there. This online community already has over 617K members, and the pictures they share are absolutely gorgeous. Continue scrolling and take a look!

#1

Semi-Destroyed In 1979 By The Earthquake In Albania. Rebuilt Two Years Ago

Semi-Destroyed In 1979 By The Earthquake In Albania. Rebuilt Two Years Ago

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Nea
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3 months ago

What a wonderful recovery!

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#2

The Russian Ministry Of Agriculture, In Kazan

The Russian Ministry Of Agriculture, In Kazan

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Mihai Mara
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3 months ago

Awesome building, Always liked it. Whoever decided to put mirrored glass behind the tree made the right choice ;)

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#3

The Art Nouveau ‘Gran Hotel Ciudad De México’, 1899, By French Architect, Jacques Grüber

The Art Nouveau ‘Gran Hotel Ciudad De México’, 1899, By French Architect, Jacques Grüber

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Nea
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3 months ago

Wow!! Is it real??

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Urbany also pointed out the importance of smart home technology. "Anyone with a smartphone or voice-activated speakers, like Amazon Echo or Google Home, knows the convenience of home features that can be controlled via a simple swipe, utterance, or in-home video panel," the architect said.

"Not only are these features convenient, but many — including lighting and heating/cooling control — can reap real rewards on monthly utility bills. For architects, the challenge becomes creating spaces to house any mechanicals and the necessary wiring that goes along with them."

#4

This Spiral Staircase Carved From A Single Tree In 1851 - Located In Lednice Castle, Czech Republic

This Spiral Staircase Carved From A Single Tree In 1851 - Located In Lednice Castle, Czech Republic

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Mimi777
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3 months ago

From a single tree?? That’s impressive.

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#5

Pavillion Of The Enlightened, Bangkok

Pavillion Of The Enlightened, Bangkok

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Raven Sheridan
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3 months ago

I feel enlightened just looking at it!

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#6

Wisteria Blossoms Surrounding The Entrance Of A Victorian Townhouse In San Francisco

Wisteria Blossoms Surrounding The Entrance Of A Victorian Townhouse In San Francisco

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Johnny Rodriguez
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3 months ago

It seens like it's painted in 'Vantawhite'..

Lisa Johannesson
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2 months ago

How, it's practically beige brown

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RoseTheMad
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2 months ago

Beautiful! Reminds me of an instagram account I once saw that posted the "beautiful front doors" of London, a lot had wisteria. :)

Christina Gude
Community Member
2 months ago

Gorgeous BUT....not wishing to be a killjoy, BUT...wisteria is extremely invasive and has a mind of its own. If not tended to on a regular basis can and does all but destroy wooden features of a home e.g. the eaves and window frames. Again...I agree this is gorgeous but owners, BEWARE!!!! "She" needs a lot of TLC!!!

Rcath
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2 months ago

It appears they have been taking excellent care of both the wisteria and the house for a very long time. It's obvious they have provided ample TLC.

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Melanie Gallegos
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3 months ago

Gorgeous!

Nathan Jones
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2 months ago

Wisteria is beautiful, but it's a nightmare on structures. People don't understand the power it has to bring down entire buildings. For this reason, it's a terrible choice for landscaping.

Christina Gude
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2 months ago

I wrote the same thing (see above!!!)....it has been known to take whole houses down!! Beauty isn't always a gentle "soul" and can be more of a beast than its looks imply!!

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Cynthia Humphreys
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2 months ago

Would love to see the interior!

SoozeeQ
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2 months ago

Yep. Me too!

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JD Lee
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2 months ago

The subtle shades of white are spot on. That wisteria just pops elegance ❤️

*insert funny name*
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2 months ago

It's like a waterfall of flowers

Dylan(He/Them)
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2 months ago

I just love my city

Jeanie Roundy
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2 months ago

Please god- put a gay couple (or many) on my block.

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Cassie
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2 months ago

Asian wisteria is invasive in the US and I'm pretty sure the only US native wisteria is specific to the east coast. Wisteria is pretty, but please stop planting invasive species. Native plants are pretty, too.

Memere
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2 months ago

Wisteria can also cause severe damage to wood structures! It twines into every crevice & can literally pull a building apart.

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Zophra
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2 months ago

Classy.

Claire Armstrong
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2 months ago

OK, I know it doesn't look like it but this reminds me of the house from Charmed lol, and both make me want to move to San Francisco lol

Christina Gude
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2 months ago

I adore SF and live w/in 35 plus or minus minutes from there but unless you have a stash of beaucoup bucks somewhere.....need I say more?

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Maddy_BobaTea
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2 months ago

i.love.this

Becca Gizmo the Squirrel
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3 months ago

Wisteria! Reminds me of desperate housewives! That show was the best!

Watching
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3 months ago

Now that's a $10 million house there. LOL

Amalie Plougmann
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3 months ago

give me

Tedd Szalay
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1 month ago

Embellished facade of gingerbread

Grace Gwozdz
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2 months ago

I wish my Wisteria looked like that.

Jennifer Brown
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2 months ago

Looks like it belongs in Notting Hill

Ms Nopa
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2 months ago

I live in SF and near these type of gorgeous Victorians, which owners choose to paint in the most drab colors. It pains me greatly.

okpkpkp
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2 months ago

I have painted a few houses like this in San Francisco and Sacramento. Fun challenges and a break from the mundane jobs.

Susie Swearingen-Kamachi
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2 months ago

My mother loved wisteria.

Faith Nicole
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2 months ago

These are my favorite style houses , so beautiful

Luuta
Community Member
2 months ago

It has faux turret thingies. Love it.

Christina Gude
Community Member
2 months ago

Okay....I only mentioned the invasive "personality" of wisteria NOT for this home as it looks well under control...BUT for anyone who, in this forum, oohs and aahs and wants to plant some, themselves, I just wanted to forewarn you of its potential tendencies of destruction of one's home. This one, to repeat, is beautifully taken care of along with every other aspect of it.

Patricia Kasprowski
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2 months ago

Beautiful!

Marsha Sturgill
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2 months ago

Beautiful

OTTER
Community Member
2 months ago

Every inch a Lady!!

Carolyn Legg
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2 months ago

Fanrasy House!

Agustin Melendez
Community Member
2 months ago

I thought it was a wedding cake. It’s absolutely beautiful! I just hate that the neighbors are so close.

Susie Main
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2 months ago

Absolutely stunning. Looks so clean and fresh, and the Wisteria makes it look so inviting as well.

Barb Braun
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2 months ago

I just love this and wish we could see the inside.

Doris Bennett
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2 months ago

So beautiful!!!

Jane W.
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2 months ago

I am familiar with this place. Wisteria can be so fabulously used, and this is a great example.

Znaya
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2 months ago

Reminds me of pictures from the 1800's

Emma Hinchman
Community Member
2 months ago

It's got a wedding cake look.

MAKtheknife
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2 months ago

How did they build that other building so close (the one on the left)? Must have been skinny carpenters.

Barbar Stewart
Community Member
2 months ago

So beautiful I love Victorian homes.

Onion rings like to make your breath smelly
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2 months ago

ooh i love that! Its so classy

Gail Watkins
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2 months ago

Could I live there please

Angela
Community Member
2 months ago

So beautiful and the gorgeous scent of wisteria along with it.

Janet Redbond
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2 months ago

Wow - I love the Wisteria...............

Yolande Labbé
Community Member
2 months ago

Beautiful!

Caroline Driver
Community Member
2 months ago

Oh, I could so live there

Roberto Durante
Community Member
2 months ago

true Victorian style, look like lace

Heather Hayllar
Community Member
2 months ago

Idyllic

Cybele Spanjaard
Community Member
2 months ago

I would like to take this house entirely into a new area with similar terraced homes surrounding it. It seems so tucked away like this.The wisteria obviously loves the aspect so abundant.

23AClark
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2 months ago

💖💖💖💖💖

Memere
Community Member
2 months ago

Yeah, it's pretty, but NOT architectural - planting a wisteria, or any tree/shrub/bush is gardening, or if you want to get all fancy with it, call it landscaping. And planting a wisteria right up against your house is flat-out stupid - without constant cutting back, that vine is gonna pull the porch apart.

BlahBlahBlackSheepah
Community Member
2 months ago

The housing market in san fran is the most disparate in the US.

Vataman Mihaela
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2 months ago

Little piece of heaven

skyfire the nightwing-seawing
Community Member
2 months ago

beautiful

Jack Centner
Community Member
2 months ago

This is an amazing house! I would love to live here (as long as there's wifi lol)

Mary Rose Kent
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2 months ago

I think this house is in Alamo Square. If I’m wrong, I’m sure someone will let me know.

Yort
Community Member
2 months ago

It’s so white, those buildings are supposed to be colorful!

Christina Gude
Community Member
2 months ago

Doncha think it's pretty, though? I certainly wouldn't balk at it should it be presented to me!!!

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Vicky Z
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2 months ago

So my dream house is in San Francisco apparently...😍😍😍

Child
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2 months ago

Woah mama that’s hot

Giles Gallie
Community Member
2 months ago

(Pauline) dreamy.

Exotic Panda
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2 months ago

inverted! gru

BisexualMageperson
Community Member
2 months ago

my favourite one so far

Bettie-Jean Neal
Community Member
2 months ago

I wish Wisteria wasn't so hard to grow in my area. This is gorgeous!

Christina Gude
Community Member
2 months ago

See my two postings scattered above ^^^^^....you may have saved yourself lots of architecturally ruined structure(s) as the plant is terribly invansive.

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Lily Mae Kitty
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2 months ago

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put some color on the damn house

Christina Gude
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2 months ago

Lemme ask you....what color choices would you have used??? I may be talking out of turn with no backing to my lack of knowledge, but doubtful there were many colors to choose from back when this house was built and a lot of Victorian home enthusiasts like to keep honest with the theme of that day (yesteryear!). There's a book called PAINTED LADIES that shows variations (some sublime...others ridiculous) on the theme of colored Victorians.

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Samantha PandaNotBored
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3 months ago

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What’s so special about that ?

Verena Gitterle
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3 months ago

It is beautiful

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Another important aspect of contemporary architecture is sustainability. After all, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA), buildings generate nearly 40% of annual global GHG emissions.

"It's no surprise the trend is towards creating more energy-efficient buildings, but also to develop homes that use, and leak less energy," Urbany explained.

"The pinnacle of this type of design is a net-zero home that literally has no net energy consumption. This is achieved by not only reducing energy consumption but by adding energy creation on the site, typically in the form of solar panels."

#7

Zhongshuge Bookstore In Chengdu, China

Zhongshuge Bookstore In Chengdu, China

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kristy sickles
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3 months ago

Belle's dream!

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#8

A Spiral Staircase Designed By Leonardo Da Vinci In The Year 1516

A Spiral Staircase Designed By Leonardo Da Vinci In The Year 1516

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Mimi777
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3 months ago

It’s amazing how something so intricate and detailed was designed and built so long ago.

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#9

The Kansas City Public Library

The Kansas City Public Library

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James016
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3 months ago

Amazing

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Even if net-zero is too lofty a goal, architects are urged to implement as many sustainable features as possible. These include well-sealed building envelopes, efficient insulation, multi-panel windows, and energy-efficient appliances and systems.

TMD STUDIO, a London-and-Prague-based group of young professionals operating within the fields of architecture, visualizations, interior design, and research, agrees that sustainable architecture holds the key to an environmentally positive future.

"Only by living more economically with our resources can we hope to protect our environment and climate," TMD STUDIO wrote.

#10

Natural History Museum, London

Natural History Museum, London

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Nea
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3 months ago

Oh my god!!

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#11

Vietnam's Golden Bridge

Vietnam's Golden Bridge

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Nea
Community Member
3 months ago

What a wholesome composition!

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#12

Budapest Hungary

Budapest Hungary

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Nea
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3 months ago

Fairyland 😍

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#13

Early 1900's Craftsman Home In Seattle

Early 1900's Craftsman Home In Seattle

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James016
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3 months ago

The Baggins residence

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"By keeping the energy we consume within our buildings for as long as possible, we need less supply in the first place," TMD STUDIO said. "Using less energy to keep us comfortable means that we can become environmentally responsible and more resource-efficient, which are both vital to reducing the effects of climate change."

According to the organization, there are three overriding concerns when designing buildings with better considerations towards ecological impact: the first is the materials used for construction, the second concern is the energy efficiency of the building and the last factor to consider is the location of the building itself.

"The building might be energy efficient and use low impact construction technologies but this would not mean anything if the ecosystem suffers as a result of the building. A greater holistic approach to all of these design factors is becoming more prevalent in mainstream architecture."

#14

This Apartment Building In Tel Aviv, Israel

This Apartment Building In Tel Aviv, Israel

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Mihai Mara
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3 months ago

There's one extra solution if you accidentally lock yourself out: Parkour!

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#15

House In Art Nouveau Style, Brussels, Belgium

House In Art Nouveau Style, Brussels, Belgium

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Mimi777
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3 months ago

It’s so cool I love it. I wonder what it looks like inside.

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#16

The Ceiling Of The Shah Mosque In Isfahan, Iran

The Ceiling Of The Shah Mosque In Isfahan, Iran

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Nea
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3 months ago

Salute to the artists who painted those roofs and walls

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#17

This Stone Cottage In England

This Stone Cottage In England

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kristy sickles
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3 months ago

Ohmygoodness I want to live here

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Urbany said that housing multiple generations of one's family under one roof was commonplace before the middle of the last century, but after WWII, single-family homes became more popular, spurred by the post-war boom and desire to achieve the American Dream.

"Today, people are living much longer which has created a so-called 'sandwich generation' that's both caring for young children and older parents. Therefore, the demand for housing with features that cater to multi-gen living is growing. According to the AIA survey, the most popular features include first-floor master suites, elevators, and laundry facilities on multiple levels, all of which can be found in Dixon Leasing's extensive portfolio."

#18

Winter Has Come In Iceland. Hallgrímskirkja In Reykjavík. Photo By Gunnar Freyr

Winter Has Come In Iceland. Hallgrímskirkja In Reykjavík. Photo By Gunnar Freyr

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Anna Banana
Community Member
3 months ago

Cool! I've never been to Iceland but somehow this is exactly what I would've expected to see there.

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#19

"Azure Blue Pool" At Hearst Castel, San Simeon, California. It Was Built By Architect Julia Morgan Between 1919 And 1947

"Azure Blue Pool" At Hearst Castel, San Simeon, California. It Was Built By Architect Julia Morgan Between 1919 And 1947

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kristy sickles
Community Member
3 months ago

Fun fact-- It will cost you over $1,000 to swim here! But it is beautiful!

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#20

Restaurant On The River Ill Flowing Through The Historic Petite France Quarter Of Strasbourg, France

Restaurant On The River Ill Flowing Through The Historic Petite France Quarter Of Strasbourg, France

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ADHORTATOR
Community Member
3 months ago

That was my neighborhood 25 years ago

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#21

Thorncrown Chapel, Arkansas, By E. Fay Jones

Thorncrown Chapel, Arkansas, By E. Fay Jones

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James016
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3 months ago

Symmetry, glorious symmetry

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Lastly, we should also keep in mind flexibility. For the most part, families and households are more diverse than ever, meaning one person's need for a formal dining room is another person's demand for a quiet office for their home-based business.

"Homes and layouts that can flexibly accommodate any number of residents, and better yet, evolve with those residents over time, are especially appealing," Urbany explained. "For architects, that can mean creating spaces that are easily divided or expanded with pocket or barn doors. Designers can aid flexibility by incorporating consistent themes and materials throughout."

We might not be colonizing Mars soon, but recent architectural trends are giving plenty of reasons to get excited about the future of construction.

#22

Duomo Di Milano, Italy

Duomo Di Milano, Italy

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kristy sickles
Community Member
3 months ago

That had to have taken a looong time to build. So intricate. Absolutely superb!

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#23

Shades Of Blue Highlight This San Francisco Victorian Home

Shades Of Blue Highlight This San Francisco Victorian Home

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kristy sickles
Community Member
3 months ago

◑﹏◐ It's blueautiful

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#24

Clermont-Ferrand Cathedral In France - Built Entirely Of Black Lava Stone

Clermont-Ferrand Cathedral In France - Built Entirely Of Black Lava Stone

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Mihai Mara
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3 months ago

"You haven't unlocked this building yet"

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#25

Grundtvig’s Church In Copenhagen, Denmark. Was Completed In 1940 And Its Design Is A Combination Between A Cathedral And The Style Of Old Danish Country Houses

Grundtvig’s Church In Copenhagen, Denmark. Was Completed In 1940 And Its Design Is A Combination Between A Cathedral And The Style Of Old Danish Country Houses

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Nea
Community Member
3 months ago

So serene- should help those praying inside.

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#26

Park Royal Hotel Singapore

Park Royal Hotel Singapore

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Tambot
Community Member
3 months ago

Looks like a living building, beautiful.

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#27

Hohenzollern Castle, Germany

Hohenzollern Castle, Germany

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kristy sickles
Community Member
3 months ago

I would love to take a tour!

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#28

Windows Inside Dos Bosco Chapel- Brasilia, Brazil

Windows Inside Dos Bosco Chapel- Brasilia, Brazil

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Grumble O'Pug
Community Member
3 months ago

Sadly Brasilia didn’t live up to its designer’s dream

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#29

The Tomb Of Ramesses Vi, The Valley Of Kings, Egypt

The Tomb Of Ramesses Vi, The Valley Of Kings, Egypt

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Gandalf the Pink
Community Member
3 months ago

3000 years old, that is

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#30

Very Narrow Corner House, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Very Narrow Corner House, Amsterdam, Netherlands

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James016
Community Member
3 months ago

I've seen this with my own eyes. Took a moment to process it.

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#31

Fallingwater Under Snow, Designed By Frank Lloyd Wright In 1935

Fallingwater Under Snow, Designed By Frank Lloyd Wright In 1935

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Full of Giggles
Community Member
3 months ago

If you ever find yourself in Phoenix, Arizona, I highly recommend taking a Frank Lloyd Wright tour or catch a performance at Gammage Auditorium at Arizona State University. The man was a genius.

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#32

19th Century Italianate Orangery Of The Castle Ashby House, Northamptonshire, East Midlands, England

19th Century Italianate Orangery Of The Castle Ashby House, Northamptonshire, East Midlands, England

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Grumble O'Pug
Community Member
3 months ago

At prep school we took classes in an orangery. Basically a converted greenhouse

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#33

The Stunning Shah-I-Zinda Necropolis In Samarkand, Uzbekistan

The Stunning Shah-I-Zinda Necropolis In Samarkand, Uzbekistan

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Nea
Community Member
3 months ago

I wont stop taking pictures here. So captivating each tile.

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#34

The Entrance To A Nightclub In Seoul, South Korea Designed By Mdrdv

The Entrance To A Nightclub In Seoul, South Korea Designed By Mdrdv

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Johnny Rodriguez
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3 months ago

Behind the curtain, in the paaaantomime..

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#35

Neo-Gothic House In Budapest Circa 1894

Neo-Gothic House In Budapest Circa 1894

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Nea
Community Member
3 months ago

Magical

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#36

Mr Thomas’s Chop House. Manchester. Mills And Murgatroyd. 1901

Mr Thomas’s Chop House. Manchester. Mills And Murgatroyd. 1901

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Grumble O'Pug
Community Member
3 months ago

Marvelous

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#37

Bucktown, Chicago / USA

Bucktown, Chicago / USA

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Grumble O'Pug
Community Member
3 months ago

So much detail

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#38

Neuschwanstein Castle, Bavaria, Germany

Neuschwanstein Castle, Bavaria, Germany

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Meike H
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3 months ago

Been there! Beautifully decorated on the inside as well

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#39

Setenil De Las Bodegas In Cadiz, Spain

Setenil De Las Bodegas In Cadiz, Spain

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Hannah Edwards
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3 months ago

Meteor

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#40

Trinity College, Dublin. Geology Building Designed By Thomas Deane And Benjamin Woodward

Trinity College, Dublin. Geology Building Designed By Thomas Deane And Benjamin Woodward

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Samantha PandaNotBored
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3 months ago

I love the blue brick, that almost looks silver in different lights . Very nice

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#41

The National Shrine Basilica Of Our Lady Of Las Lajas In Nariño, Colombia

The National Shrine Basilica Of Our Lady Of Las Lajas In Nariño, Colombia

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kristy sickles
Community Member
3 months ago

I am amazed at how truly pristine most of these are to this day. Gorgeous!

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#42

Hotel In The City Of Quebec, Canada

Hotel In The City Of Quebec, Canada

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Chich
Community Member
3 months ago

I have to get back to Quebec city. It has been years.

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#43

19th Century Double-Gallery House In New Orleans, Louisiana

19th Century Double-Gallery House In New Orleans, Louisiana

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kristy sickles
Community Member
3 months ago

Would love to hear some of the stories that have been told on that porch!

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#44

Les Espaces D'abraxas, Noisy-Le-Grand, France

Les Espaces D'abraxas, Noisy-Le-Grand, France

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Anna Banana
Community Member
3 months ago

This is certainly intersting and different but I don't find it pretty nor would I like to live there.

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#45

Art Nouveau Doorway

Art Nouveau Doorway

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Mihai Mara
Community Member
3 months ago

Very beautiful! Seems right out of a fairy tale.

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#46

Museum Of Coastal Geomorphology In Vancouver

Museum Of Coastal Geomorphology In Vancouver

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Raven Sheridan
Community Member
3 months ago

Escheresque!

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#47

This Apartment Building In Singapore

This Apartment Building In Singapore

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Gandalf the Pink
Community Member
3 months ago

Amazing. What if buildings could replace as much plantlife as they remove. Oxygen making skyscrapers!

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#48

Wedekindhaus, A Half-Timbered Renaissance Style House With Carved Oak Facade Originally Built In 1598 By The Merchant Hans Storre, Then Later Completely Destroyed During A Wwii Air Raid Before Being Rebuilt In The 1980s. Hildesheim, Lower Saxony, Germany

Wedekindhaus, A Half-Timbered Renaissance Style House With Carved Oak Facade Originally Built In 1598 By The Merchant Hans Storre, Then Later Completely Destroyed During A Wwii Air Raid Before Being Rebuilt In The 1980s. Hildesheim, Lower Saxony, Germany

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Bettie-Jean Neal
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2 months ago

I'd love to see a painting or sketch of the original to compare with how it was rebuilt.

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#49

Well Court, Designed As Model Housing For Local Workers And Finished In 1886 In Dean Village, Edinburgh, Scotland

Well Court, Designed As Model Housing For Local Workers And Finished In 1886 In Dean Village, Edinburgh, Scotland

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kristy sickles
Community Member
3 months ago

Whomever looks after this place is very good at their job! Very well maintained!

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#50

Warsaw University Of Technology Main Building (1899)

Warsaw University Of Technology Main Building (1899)

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MagicalUnicorn
Community Member
3 months ago

wow, gorgeous!

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