Pink

A "pop of pink" is a quintessential element of the AWA aesthetic. This popular collection provides a feast for the eyes that upon further inspection sets up some equally enchanting stories.

Derby Line, Vermont, United States

Haskell Free Library & Opera House

Purposely built to pledge allegiance to two flags, this structure automatically enrolls performers into an international tour.

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Seattle, Washington, United States

Graduate Seattle

An Art Deco hotel with a rooftop view of the mountains.

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Los Angeles, California, United States

The Harlan Residences

Golden Age of Hollywood apartments that once housed a speakeasy.

Joshua Tree, California, United States

Monument House

A home built to embrace the desert.

Vienna, Austria

MAK Museum

In 2014, the MAK Museum became the first museum to use bitcoin to acquire art.

Cleveland, Ohio, United States

Mimi Ohio Theatre

A downtown theater resurrected by a determined group of individuals.

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Los Angeles, California, United States

Pico House

Pico may translate to "peak," but the city of Los Angeles was only just getting started during the construction of this landmark

Madrid, Spain

Cine Doré

Madrid’s famed theater is sure to hook you with its beaming brick-orange facade, then reel you in with its story of renaissance, resistance, and rebirth.

Cincinnati, Ohio, United States

Esquire Theater

This historic theater was almost turned into a fast food chain.

Santa Barbara, California, United States

Old Mission Santa Barbara

Saint Barbara is the patron saint of those who face danger and architects, which is a good thing for the Old Mission in Santa Barbara, California which has been under the control of three countries and has experienced several devastating earthquakes.

Faro, Portugal

Palacio do Estoi

They say patience is a virtue, and it’s a good thing this pink palace took that advice to heart.

Schwetzingen, Germany

Schwetzingen Palace

What Schwetzingen lacks for in size, it more than makes up for in amenities.

Munich, Germany

ORAG-Haus

Surviving a world war, this pink lady is back due to a city's decision to rebuild from the rubble.

Svalbard and Jan Mayen, Norway

Pyramiden

Accessible only by sea or snowmobile this former Russian coal-mining village located on the Norwegian archipelago of Svalbard is now a ghost town.

Stampa-Coltura, Switzerland

Palazzo Castelmur

Gone for centuries, a family returned back to its ancestral home.

Sao Paulo, Brazil

Martinelli Building

This sunset pink structure was the tallest in Latin America. And just kept growing.

Coral Gables, Florida, United States

Biltmore Hotel

This grand hotel was the place to be in America's Jazz Age--and some patrons of that era have stuck around.

Poznań, Poland

Collegium Maius

Now a school of medicine, this university can trace its roots back to a king.

Helsinki, Finland

Ihantola

Ihantola translates to “Wonderful Place” and oh, what a wonder it is!

Des Moines, Iowa, United States

Iowa Capitol Building

A State Capitol building that provides many reasons why you "Ought to Give Iowa A Try."

Sylt Westerland, Germany

Hotel Stadt Hamburg

This seaside hotel is the secret cure to all your Victorian ailments.

Singapore, Singapore

Redhill Station

Sitting "Pretty in Pink," this station and its surrounding area get their name from an intruiging local legend.

Hamilton, New Zealand

Hot Air Balloon

It is tradition that each time a hot-air balloon lands, champagne is shared.

Dresden, Germany

Yenidze

A building of novel design that could satisfy city regulations while also providing clever advertising for his Turkish cigarettes.

Wroclaw, Poland

BGZ BNP Paribas Branch

A colorful example of architecture that the early inhabitants of modern Wrocław were determined to clear as it represented remaining traces of German habitation.

Nairn, Scotland

Cawdor Castle

In Macbeth, the Scottish king is referred to as the Thane of Cawdor, but his connection to this castle is rooted in fiction.

Istanbul, Turkey

Cat

Without the cat, Istanbul would lose a part of its soul.

Tallinn, Estonia

Toompea Castle

According to legend, the Toompea Castle sits on a hill created by hand by an ancient woman named Linda.

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