Ferry Building Designs

The San Francisco Ferry Building is a terminal for ferries that travel across the San Francisco Bay, a food marketplace and an office building. It is located on The Embarcadero in San Francisco, California.

The restored Beaux Arts-style Ferry Building, once described as “a famous city’s most famous landmark,” is the quintessential picture of elegance with a 660-foot-long skylit nave with 11 monumental brick and terracotta arches, 34 clathri windows each 11 feet tall; 12 steel arched trusses, and 35 other arches restored.

 

Ferry Terminal Building Designs

Symmetry in Designs

New Bern – The Blades House

The Blades House, also known as the W.B. Blades House, is a historic house located in New Bern, North Carolina. Built in 1907 for lumber magnate William B. Blades, the home is among the state’s finest combinations of Queen Anne style with Colonial Revival details by prolific local architect Herbert Woodley Simpson. On January 14, 1972, it was added to the National Register of Historic Places.

New Bern – The Blades House

New Bern – Christ Episcopal Church

Christ Episcopal Church and Parish House is a historic Episcopal church located  in New Bern, North Carolina. It was built in 1871, incorporating the brick shell of the previous church built in 1824. It is a brick church building in a restrained Gothic Revival style.

New Bern – Christ Episcopal Church

Christ Episcopal Church Stained Glass Window Reflections

New Bern – Centenary United Methodist Church

Centenary Methodist Church is a historic church located in New Bern, North Carolina. It was built in 1904-1905, and is an irregularly shaped, brick multiple-use church complex. The front facade includes an entrance five-bay arcade beneath a low conical roof flanked by square corner towers of unequal height.

It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1972

New Bern – Centenary United Methodist Church

Bar Harbor – Estates on a Rock

A cruise from Bar Harbor, Maine among the islands and shorelines of beautiful Acadia National Park and Mount Desert Island leads past some of the most breathtaking scenery in New England. From the shear granite cliffs of Great Head to smooth rock beaches, once can see a rugged maritime landscape etched by glaciers and battered by sea and wind. Magnificent summer homes along millionaires’ row, built during the “summer cottage” era of Bar Harbor are also featured.

Bar Harbor – Perched on the Rocks

Bar Harbor – Estate on a Rock