Interiors

Cleveland, Ohio, United States

Gartner Auditorium

A grand organ's renovated concert space is housed in an unexpected institution.

Launceston, Tasmania, Australia

Elphin Sports Center

Table tennis is played at the highest levels of global sporting competition—at the Olympics, Commonwealth Games, and Paralympics.

Fort Myers, Florida, United States

Burroughs Home & Gardens

A mansion that hosted a cast of characters that were the envy of all Ft. Myers.

Puerto Vallarta, Mexico

Cuixmala

This Mexican resort was once the private mansion of British tycoon Sir James Goldsmith.

Milan, Italy

Marchesi 1824

Beginning solely as a confectioner, the shop garnered a widespread reputation.

Lisbon, Portugal

Lisbon Geographic Society

This exploration society emerged as a great connector of Portugues citizens and students living across the globe.

Rochester, New York, United States

George Eastman Museum

He not only invented roll film, his coined slogan told the success story simply and pointedly, ‘You push the button, we do the rest.’

Admont, Austria

Admont Abbey Library

This design of this monastery library - the largest in the world - was inspired by the ideals of the Age of Enlightenment.

Chicago, Illinois, United States

Medinah Athletic Club

Once an exclusive men's club, this completely renovated hotel feels like stepping into Chicago's extravagant past.

Leeds, United Kingdom

Leeds Corn Exchange

Though the corn merchants cleared their stalls long ago, a new era of creative merchants have taken over these iconic stalls.

New York, New York, United States

Minetta Tavern

Established in the years following Prohibition, the Tavern quickly became a hotspot to enjoy a spirit in public, along with a dash of camaraderie.

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Brooklyn, New York, United States

Peter Luger Steak House

The beloved New York steakhouse has stood in Brooklyn’s Williamsburg neighborhood for over a century.

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Devonport, Tasmania, Australia

MS Spirit of Tasmania

The Spirit of Tasmania I made waves in the media when she endured rough waters along the Bass Strait and returned safely.

Selvogur, Iceland

Strandarkirkja

This seaside Icelandic church has mystical beginnings - and a divine legacy.

Hampton, Virginia, United States

Hampton Coliseum

This stadium became a mecca for devoted Deadheads who flocked to “The Mothership,” named for the building’s spaceship-like exterior.

Istanbul, Turkey

Topkapı Palace

Home to the Spoonmaker's Diamond, the fourth largest diamond in the world.

Norman, Oklahoma, United States

Bizzell Memorial Library, University of Oklahoma

George McLaurin, OU's first African American student, studied in the mezzanine of the Bizzell Memorial Library while earning his doctorate, because he was not allowed in the Great Reading Room due to his race.

Washington DC, United States

Hillwood Estate

A mid-1950s Estate belonging to the heir of an American cereal empire showcases a lifestyle of 18th century European décor while also providing a space for the occasional philanthropic party…or two.

Washington DC, United States

The Renwick Gallery

Became the first museum intentionally designed for art to "encourage American genius," and so was dubbed the "American Louvre" to establish Washington as the cultural center of the nation.

Washington DC, United States

Larz Anderson House

Once described as a “Florentine villa in the midst of American independence,” this turn-of-the-20th century aristocratic mansion was built in a European state of mind with its dominating English and Italian influences.

Washington DC, United States

Union Station

The 96-foot high Main Hall coffered ceiling is an example of an interior indebted to Burnham’s signature neoclassical design as its gold leaf trim reflects the natural light entering from the large Diocletian windows.

Detroit, Michigan, United States

Ralph Bunche Elementary School

This elementary school is named for Ralph Bunche, the first African American to be awarded the Nobel Peace Prize.

Taipei, Taiwan

Guandu Temple

Built in 1712, the Guandu Temple honors the Buddhist diety Mazu, the goddess of the sea.

Recife, Brazil

Cine São Luiz

The Cine São Luiz is one of the only theaters in the world that has stained-glass windows.

Bila Tserkva, Ukraine

The Church of St. John the Baptist

Prominently situated overlooking Bila Tserkva, The Church of St. John the Baptist is believed to built above ruins of an ancient "white church".

Los Angeles, California, United States

Getty Center

The Getty Center is the namesake of J. Paul Getty, an American oil tycoon and at one time the world's wealthiest man.

Edinburgh, Scotland

Old Waverley Hotel

The Old Waverley Hotel is a former temperance hotel located in Edinburgh's famed Princes Street.

Amsterdam, Netherlands

Royal Concertgebouw

Built in 1886, the Royal Concertgebouw is heralded as on of the finest concert halls with world-renowned acoustics.

Zürich, Switzerland

Kunsthaus Zürich

When a group of friends got together in 1787 to talk about art, their passions evolved into the Kunsthaus Zurich, the soon-to-be largest art museum in Switzerland.

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