Take a look at some of the most beautiful and interesting architecture from around the world at All That Is Interesting!
The Simple Serenity Of The Salk Institute
While the Salk Institute for Biological Studies is a independent, non-profit, scientific research institute, its architecture--designed by the major Lewis Kahn architecture firm--is worthy of study in and of itself.
Chicago’s Astounding Aqua Tower
Soaring into the Chicago skies, Aqua Tower is notable not only for its wave-like limestone slabs but also for being the tallest building in the world whose lead architect was a woman.
The World’s Five Weirdest Houses
Made from crashed planes and Cold War relics, people choose some strange places to call home -- an awesome look at the world's weirdest houses!
The Most Famous Designs Of Frank Lloyd Wright
Internationally renown for pushing the limits in architecture, a fascinating tour of the most famous designs of Frank Lloyd Wright!
The Graham House: Clean, Contemporary Architecture
Found in Washington State, this lovely modern masterpiece known as the Graham House was designed by E. Cobb architects.
The Most Famous Frank Gehry Designs
Renowned for his creative architectural flair, All That Is Interesting takes a fascinating look at the the most famous Frank Gehry designs and architecture!
Spain’s Gorgeous Guggenheim Museum
Designed by none other than Frank Gehry himself, the Bilbao Guggenheim Museum houses some of the world's finest modern and contemporary art.
The World’s Tiniest Houses
Pill or egg-shaped, narrow or stout, people have come up with incredible ways to forge the tiniest houses in the smallest of spaces!
Monticello: Jefferson’s Heaven On Earth
If the francophile and former president couldn't retire in France, he would simply bring the French countryside to him.
A Modern Castle
No, this regal edifice isn't found in Germany, England or Spain; rather it is found in none other than Austin, Texas.
A Look Up The Sears Tower
One has to crane his or her neck up quite high to see a swath of sky beyond the monolithic structure that is the Sears Tower. Or as it is known today, the Willis Tower.