She won the "Nobel prize of architecture" 13 years ago.
Famed architect Philip Johnson built it in the 1960s.
We're talking billions here.
Imagine everyday cities splashed with color — this photographer did.
"Stranger things have happened on Mulholland."
They may not be the Brooklyn Bridge or Golden Gate, but they deserve your attention too.
A young baker in Paris creates these beautiful architectural cakes.
Nope, the White House isn't on the list.
Training grounds, remote runways, and missile silos are a strange sight once they've been abandoned.
And it's going to be record-breaking.
These domed stadiums, airport terminals, bridges, and skyscrapers have seen better days.
It's not exactly cozy.
But it's still sure to incite controversy.
Take a look at the most sensational skylines across the globe.
And they just placed third in a very unique design competition.