Architectural Illustration

The most iconic architecture has an aesthetic presence engineered into it's structure. The purpose of these works is to not only pay homage to the architecture, but to exemplify the structurally vivid presence through the use of bright hues. 

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Carlyle 1988

The Carlyle - Miami, Florida

Arch: Kiehnel & Elliot   c. 1941

Painted as restored by the Miami Design Preservation League, 1988

Carlyle 1996

The Carlyle - Miami, Florida

Arch: Kiehnel & Elliot   c. 1941

Shown as the building is presented for the 1996 film, The Birdcage.

Carlyle 2019

The Carlyle - Miami, Florida

Arch: Kiehnel & Elliot   c. 1941

The building as it currently exists in 2021.

Arcosanti

Arcosanti, Crafts 3 - Arcosanti, Arizona

Arch: Paolo Soleri         c.1970

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The Water Works Building (abandoned) - Waco, Texas

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The Coca-Cola Building (abandoned) - Waco, Texas

Arch: Robert V. Derrah       c.1938

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The Paramount - Austin, Texas

Arch: John Eberson       c.1915

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The Jones Center - Austin, Texas

Arch: Lewis Tsuramaki Lewis Architects       reno. 2017

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The Texas Capitol - Austin, Texas

Arch: Elijah E. Myers       c. 1881

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Stability or Ixtapas

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The Pendulum

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The Robie House - Chicago, Illinois

Arch: Frank Lloyd Wright       c. 1910

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The Frank Lloyd Wright Studio - Oak Park, Illinois

Arch: Frank Lloyd Wright       c. 1911

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Unity Temple - Oak Park, Illinois

Arch: Frank Lloyd Wright       c. 1910

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Natoma Alley - San Francisco, CA

As seen from the 5th floor of Architect Mario Botta's San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.

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Via Sol - Palm Springs, CA

Arch:  Donald J Wexler     c. 1957

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The Elrod Home - Palm Springs, CA

Arch:  John Lautner     c. 1968

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The Kaufman House - Palm Springs, CA

Arch:  Richard Neutra     c. 1946