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Ibn Danan Synagogue ark doors, 1998.
Completed Project
Fez, Morocco

Rabbi Shlomo Ibn Danan Synagogue

Fez was also the location of two well known temples, Rabbi Shlomo Ibn Danan Synagogue, built and founded by the Ibn Danan family, and the nearby Mansano Synagogue.
THA Chao Phraya - hero
Bangkok, Thailand

Chao Phraya River

The proposed construction of an elevated promenade threatens to irreversibly transform the city of Bangkok's historic relation to the Chao Phraya River.
Sultan Qa'itbay Complex, 1999.
Completed Project
Cairo, Egypt

Sultan Qa'itbay Complex

Mamluk sultan Qa’itbay’s fountain-school complex was constructed in 1477 in central Cairo.
Warsaw, Poland

Prózna Street

The best-preserved remnant of Warsaw’s once densely populated Jewish district consists of four large tenement buildings near Grzybowski Square.
Allenby Street, Tel Avivi. Photo: ChameleonsEye for Shutterstock
Tel Aviv, Israel

The White City

One of the largest concentrations of Bauhaus architecture is located on the Israeli coast of the Mediterranean Sea.
Completed Project
Cusco, Peru

Cusco Historic Center

In a fertile valley in southeastern Peru, at an elevation of 3,400 meters, the Incas established the important settlement of Cusco in the twelfth century.
Tour and Taxis, 1997
Brussels, Belgium

Tour and Taxis (Transport Hub)

Beginning in the early 20th century, Belgian railroad, customs, and maritime interests converged at Tour and Taxis, a model transportation hub designed by architect Van Humbeek.
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States

Eastern State Penitentiary

More than 300 prisons around the world were based on the design and system used at Eastern State Penitentiary.
Completed Project
Granada, Spain

Moorish Houses of Granada

The neighborhood of Albayzin in Granada, Spain, contains several Moorish houses, some dating to the period of the Alhambra, many of which were built in the 16th century.
Completed Project
Yucatán State, Mexico

Yucatán Indian Chapels

The “visiting” chapels created by the Spanish to evangelize the indigenous Maya populations in the Yucatán region of Mexico are known, collectively, as the Capillas de Indios, or Indian Chapels.
Completed Project
Veracruz, Mexico

San Juan de Ulúa Fort

For nearly 350 years, the San Juan de Ulúa Fort in Veracruz served as the primary military stronghold of the Spanish Empire in the Americas.
Completed Project
Hué City, Huong Tho Village, Vietnam

Minh Mang Tomb

King Minh Mang, the second ruler of the Nguyen Dynasty, governed southern and central Vietnam from 1820 to 1840.