Architecture

Door Peters Valley Craft Center Delaware Water Gap, Delaware, USA 11-02013

Architecture is also a broad area that includes specific building design and interiors. I’ve also included construction of buildings in this category and as a stretch large equipment used in industry.

Traditional Village

These are traditional Korean houses that are used for guests. They had Japanese paper doors and windows. The roofing was thatch.

Korean Traditional Window

These are the traditional windows found in the Korean models.

NYC Highline parking

To address the issue of parking many cities build elevated parking. This was is New York City in Chelsea. Visually I found them fascinating.

This is a hotel/resort in Pingdong County, Taiwan. It is near a port.

This is a hotel/resort in Pingdong County, Taiwan. It is near a port.

Building in a Important Shopping Area in Taipei

Hsimen Ding is one of the important shopping areas in the older part of Taipei. It is one of the favored meeting places for students.

Tillamook Naval Air Base Blimp Hanger_4504

This is the inside of the blimp hanger at the Tillamook Naval Air Base in Oregon. It is one of the largest wood hangers in the world with the capacity of holding eight blimps. For more information on the building click on the Air Museum’s link, http://www.tillamookair.com/building.html

Traditional Korean Temple with Chinese Characters

Traditional Korean temples that had Chinese characters written on the entrance. Because of the continued and growing interest in the Christian church the temples have been used less and less. In Taiwan, the temple is the center of a community.

Bridge Construction in Taiwan for a roadway going over a steep sided valley.

Bridge Construction in Taiwan for a roadway going over a steep sided valley.

This part of the NanHua University in Taiwan.

This is a view of the periodical display area in the library of the NanHua University in Taiwan.

Many Japanese houses dot the older sections of cities in Taiwan. This one was across from where we liked in Taichung City.

Many Japanese houses dot the older sections of cities in Taiwan. This one was across from where we liked in Taichung City.

condo sales building-Taiwan-72dpi

Condo sales are important but the building that houses the sales usually looks nothing like the finished building. This is a good example. This sales site was designed by a Taiwanese architect using a cartoon artist from Japan.

Longman Hospital Buildings at Presidio0512-blog

This is a section of the exterior of the Longman Hospital Building at the Presidio, San Francisco. The hospital is converted into businesses.

timber operation-blog

Timber operations in Oregon.

Purple House-Cloverdale OR

This was a purple house/business in Cloverdale, OR

Montgomery St Barracks

These are the Montgomery St. barracks at the Presidio in San Francisco.

Kinmen roofs-screen

Traditions Swallow Tail roofs found in Kinmen County, Taiwan.

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10 Comments on “Architecture

  1. nice photos.
    Actually i never pay attention on that beautiful view in the Nanhua university library. i really like the way you saw that corner

    • Thank you. I think it is one of the most striking parts of the campus. The glass ceiling on the fourth flora of the library is also stunning. Thank you for looking at my blog.

  2. Scrolling up and down several times through this series is quite a trip! It gives a good feeling and sense of this world’s various cultural aspects—its vast range—its people who, even when not pictured, are powerfully and appreciatively felt through what they construct functionally and aesthetically!

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