For all its appearances of being fit for flight, this 1969 Futuro home is actually more like a boat than an aircraft.
A Union Jack, whipping in the breeze from the Admiralty Arch, forms a frame for the scene on London's famed mall as the wedding procession of …
“Architectural Digest: AD at 100, a Century of Style,” by Architectural Digest. Abrams.
When the Blanton Museum of Art reopened in its 190,000-square-foot new home on the University of Texas campus in 2006, Austin finally boasted an art facility worthy of its artistic spirit. But it took another 12 years for the Blanton's crowning piece to debut: a 2,715-square-foot granite chapel designed by New York painter and sculptor Ellsworth Kelly before his death.
On Nov. 17, 1800, Congress held its first session in the partially completed U.S. Capitol building.
A look inside Frank Lloyd Wright's final residential design, the Norman Lykes House, which recently sold at auction for $1,677,500.
Beer lovers will have to wait a while longer to quench their thirsts at a downtown Lake Geneva church-turned-brewery.
Families can seek ongoing inspiration from the words and work of clergyman and civil rights leader, Dr. King, through a visit to this monument in West Potomac Park. The memorial, located adjacent to the National Mall near the FDR Memorial and framing views of the Tidal Basin, features quotes extracted from the leader's eloquent speeches emphasizing four of King's primary messages: justice, democracy, hope and love. Site tours and Junior Ranger badge activities are available and can help extend the experience for children.
Open since April, 2018, the six-acre memorial was conceived with the hope of creating a meaningful site where people could gather, learn and reflect on America's history of racial inequality. Using sculpture, art and design to contextualize racial terror, the outdoor memorial, as well as the nearby Legacy Museum, were the inspiration of Bryan Stevenson, founder and executive director of the Equal Justice Initiative. Both are designed to provide comprehensive content about the legacy of slavery through contemporary issues including the mass incarceration of African American men and the current proliferation of mass shootings. Located less than a mile apart, a shuttle service runs between the museum and the memorial.