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Exterior, July 2011
Completed Project
Selby, United Kingdom

Selby Abbey

Although Selby Abbey is now a parish church, it was one of England's great monastic churches, built on a grand scale and to a high level of architectural and artistic mastery.
Completed Project
Glasgow, United Kingdom

Saint Vincent Street Church

Saint Vincent Street Church is the sole survivor of three churches designed for the city of Glasgow by the influential and renowned Scottish architect Alexander Thomson.
Facade from angle, Dec-96
Completed Project
East Manchester, United Kingdom

Saint Francis Church and Monastery

Edward Pugin’s Saint Francis Church and Monastery in Gorton, Manchester is recognized as a masterpiece of Victorian Gothic architecture.
Completed Project
Isle of Wight, United Kingdom

Brading Roman Villa

Discovered in 1879, Brading Roman Villa is an important Roman country house on the Isle of Wight notable for its mosaics.
Completed Project
Bairam Ali, Turkmenistan

Ancient Merv Archaeological Site

The oasis of Merv is strategically sited in the Karakum desert and formed an essential military headquarters and staging post on major east-west trade routes.
Southwestern view, May 1997
Completed Project
Güzelyurt, Sivrihisar, Cappadocia, Turkey

Red Church

Kizil Kilise, also known as the Red Church, is one of the oldest churches on the vast plains of the Cappadocia region of Turkey.
Completed Project
Istanbul, Turkey

Hagia Sophia

Justinian I, one of the earliest Byzantine rulers, ordered the architects Anthemius of Tralles and Isidorus of Miletus to design Hagia Sophia in the heart of what was then Constantinople.
Completed Project
Selçuk, Turkey

Ephesos Archaeological Site

The ancient city of Ephesos (also known as Ephesus) has a rich history dating back to 6000 BC.
The Algazi Synagogue interior view, the Bimah, the Tevah and the seats, June 7, 2007
Completed Project
Izmir, Turkey

Central Izmir Synagogues

At the end of the fifteenth century, Jews fleeing the Spanish Inquisition began to settle in the Kemeralti district of Izmir.
Completed Project
Çumra, Konya, Turkey

Çatalhöyük Archaeological Site

Çatalhöyϋk, one of the earliest Neolithic, matriarchal societies in Anatolia, existed from approximately 7500 to 5700 BC.
Ani Cathedral: view from mosque minaret with Redeemer in background, June 2009
Priority Project
Ani, Turkey

Ani Cathedral

Located in modern-day eastern Turkey, Ani Cathedral is one of the most significant architectural structures remaining from the prosperous Armenian Bagratid period in the 10th and 11th centuries AD.
View of Tetrapylon, 2010
Active Project
Geyre Beledesi, Turkey

Aphrodisias Archaeological Site

Aphrodisias, named after its patron goddess Aphrodite, was founded in the 2nd century BC on the site of a rural sanctuary of Aphrodite.