Blog Category: Architecture Page 1 of 5 Ralph Rapson – Part II: The Scandinavian Embassies December 9th, 2011 Ralph Rapson’s designs for the Stockholm and Copenhagen US Embassy buildings earned him design awards home and abroad in 1955, as well as international recognition Continue Reading Rapson-Inc. Exhibition November 26th, 2011 Danish Teak Classics will soon be collaborating with Rapson-Inc. in an event to introduce a selection of Ralph Rapson […] Continue Reading Art Hors-les-Normes October 26th, 2011 The beautiful Luxembourg theatre by Parisian architect Alain Bourbonnais and the home he built for the works of artists ‘outside the standard’ Continue Reading Musée d’Art Moderne Grand-Duc Jean October 17th, 2011 Ieoh Ming Pei’s museum of contemporary art in Luxembourg, Luxembourg Continue Reading The Church of Christ the King October 4th, 2011 A Modernist misfit in the Republic of Ireland Continue Reading The Scandinavian Summer House September 18th, 2011 Fall temperatures have whipped into the twin cities, reminding us that summer does not last forever in Minnesota. The […] Continue Reading The Man Behind the Void September 15th, 2011 Minoru Yamasaki and his monument to world peace Continue Reading Museum Insel Hombroich September 9th, 2011 One of my very favorite places that I've traveled in my short life has been an off-the-beaten-path landscape museum […] Continue Reading Architecture, Espionage and an Impossible Friendship September 8th, 2011 An unlikely collaboration between a Jewish architect and a Muslim businessman during the conflicts of the 1930s-40s shows the human side of a political conflict Continue Reading Danish Teak Classics in New Construction! August 24th, 2011 Each year members of the International Interior Design Association (IIDA) gather together to celebrate and recognize outstanding projects by […] Continue Reading The Tate Modern July 7th, 2011 One highlight from my recent stopover in London, which will soon demand a second visit after the completion of Herzog and De Meuron’s new addition Continue Reading In the eye of the beholder July 2nd, 2011 cringe-worthy treatment of the vintage Aalto Chair 69 that is, to some, heartwarming and more priceless than the chair itself Continue Reading Older Posts Get the Latest Sign up to receive emails about our design inspirations, projects, sales events, and more. Email* NameThis field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged. This iframe contains the logic required to handle Ajax powered Gravity Forms.