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Bethlehem, Palestinian Territory

Church of the Holy Nativity

The Church of the Nativity is one of the most sacred Christian sites in the world, and its ongoing restoration will enable visitors from around the world to fully appreciate its significance for centuries to come.
Chinguetti, Mauritania

Chinguetti Mosque

Surrounded and sometimes nearly engulfed by the shifting dunes of the western Sahara, Chinguetti was established in the thirteenth century and is considered one of Islam's seven holy cities.
Completed Project
Dampier Archipelago, Australia

Dampier Rock Art Complex

The Dampier archipelago stretches from northwestern Australia into the Indian Ocean, its landscape marked by crags and ridges that were formed by the erosion of Precambrian lava activity.
Hasankeyf, Turkey


The ancient city of Hasankeyf is rich with cultural history and archaeological significance, but the Ilisu Dam project threatens to flood the site.
Distrito de Machu Picchu, Peru

Santuario Histórico Machu Picchu

Perched atop the Andean peak bearing its name, in clouds high above the Urubamba Valley, Machu Picchu overlooks the Vilcanota River.
Completed Project
Lesvos, Greece

Churches of Lesvos

The island of Lesvos contains a large number of historic churches, many with fine religious iconography.
Completed Project
Grosse Pointe Farms, Michigan, United States

Grosse Pointe Public Library

Grosse Pointe Public Library, built by Bauhaus-trained architect Marcel Breuer in 1953, is one of the architect’s first major public commissions in the United States.
Shikarpoor Municipality, Pakistan

Shikarpoor Historic City Center

Shikarpoor was founded in 1617 as a walled city and, due to its strategic location, became a main stop on the trade route between Central Asia and India in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries.
Completed Project
Hopi Tribal Land, United States

Tutuveni Petroglyph Site

The Tutuveni Petroglyph site boasts more than 5,000 Hopi clan symbols inscribed during the ceremonial pilgrimage to Ongtupqa, the Hopi the point of their people's emergence into the world.
Completed Project
New York, United States

New York State Pavilion

The New York State Pavilion was designed by architect Philip Johnson in collaboration with Richard Foster and structural engineer Lev Zetlin for the 1964 World's Fair.