Matthias Church is a Roman Catholic church located in Budapest, Hungary. The current building was constructed in the florid late Gothic style in the second half of the 14th century and was extensively restored in the late 19th century. It was the second largest church of medieval Buda and the seventh largest church of medieval Hungarian Kingdom. // edit by me
Imam Mosque, formerly known as Shah Mosque is a mosque in Isfahan, Iran standing in south side of Naghsh-i Jahan Square.
The interior decor of the Ettal Abbey, located in in Bavaria, Germany
The Illumination of the Cross in Saint Peter’s Basilica on Good Friday, by Giovanni Battista Piranesi (etching) and Louis Jean Desprez (watercolor), at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, 1787
Ely Cathedral Choir were rehearsing for their Advent service when we visited today. Two choristers sang from galleries in the Octagon and by the clock at the far end of the nave. Pretty sublime.
Hearst Castle by Julia Morgan
The indoor mosaic-tiled pool is inspired by Roman baths.
Saint John of the Cross Church (formerly known as Saint Andrew Church), Valencia, Spain (1601-1615)
Baroque decoration by Hipólito Rovira and Luis Domingo, 1750-1765.
some photos I took of Dejima in Nagasaki. It’s a mix of Dutch and Japanese interior styles and my reference for the Hand Merchant’s living quarters.
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In Vertical Churches, Richard Silver captures the interior of churches from the front doors to the altar.
Richard takes between 6 and 10 vertical images, and then combines them in Photoshop.
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