What most people don't know is that Seattle is one of the greatest cities in the world. Here is a look at some of the design Seattle offers.
love the harmonies guys
the old Macy's buildings are the best for design, they have so much character...
Tom Douglas your my hero!
Glass art by Chihuly
This 7000 ton iron beauty is design at its best, its hard to believe that anyone ever detested this feminine, phallic creature protruding from the earth.
French engineer Gustave Eiffel built her for the Universal Exhibition and she narrowly escaped being demolished... Someone got the bright idea to put a radio antenna at the crown of the tower. Today she continues to be an important part of television and radio broadcasting.
Originated for the International Exhibition of Paris of 1889 the Eiffel Tower remains to be one of the worlds iconic structures.... More to come...
If your a fan of Spanish architecture then might I suggest a trip to Ojai, Ca.
Ojai is a diminutive town just a slightly north east of Ventura. This small city is a gifted artist community with plentifully galleries, a meditation center, culinary adventure, and of course wine... Making this the perfect weekend getaway!
There are a few interior decor stores with decadent and interesting home furnishings.
The Oaks at Ojai
Rooftop of the vintage store.
Came across some new artist at Human Art... I'm Looking forward to reviewing!
Fountain Complete with swimming kids on a warm summers day.
Ojai Olive Oil is a family own farm with some tasty products. A must on your Ojai trip.
I love, love, Love Spanish architecture! Looking forward to another Ojai trip soon.
Constructed in the 1920’s, this distinctive piece of architectural history is a flashback to dramatic times long forgotten. Before the bridge was constructed many died trying to cross the rigorous terrain of the Arroyo Seco. Restored in 1993 the Colorado Street Bridge was part of the famed Route 66 until 1940. Complete with Neo Classical arches, multi globed lamps, and old world charm the bridge still hangs on to its melancholic past. Yet it’s hard not to fall in love with the over 1400 feet of masculine concrete known as the Colorado Street Bridge.