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Tapies Condominium

Tapies Condominium

Bill Bonstra, partner at Bonstra Haresign Architects, LLP, share insights into the design of Tapies, located in the 16th Street Historic District of Northwest Washington, D.C. Hear how Bonstra created a monument to contemporary architecture in a neoclassical area.

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Downtown

733-10th St and G St

733-10th St and G St

3:00

1050 K Street

1050 K Street

3:05

2805 Chesterfield Place

2805 Chesterfield Place

3:00

 
Automobile District

Automobile District

2:41

Botanic Gardens

Botanic Gardens

2:42

Capitol Building

Capitol Building

2:56

 
Catholic University of America

Catholic University of America

2:08

Center for Strategic and International Studies

Center for Strategic and International Studies

3:50

Citta 50

Citta 50

3:01

 
Corcoran Gallery Of Art

Corcoran Gallery Of Art

2:47

Cramton Auditorium

Cramton Auditorium

2:56

Deanwood Professional Arts Building

Deanwood Professional Arts Building

2:04

 
DC Boogie Woogie

DC Boogie Woogie

3:19

Eastern Market

Eastern Market

2:54

Flats at Gage School

Flats at Gage School

3:20

 
Hirshhorn Museum

Hirshhorn Museum

2:30

Howard University Library

Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden

2:46

Howard University Library

Howard University Library

2:26

 
Langston Terrace

Langston Terrace

2:51

Library of Congress

Library of Congress

2:54

Metropolitan Community Church 1

Metropolitan Community Church 1

2:22

 
Metropolitan Community Church 2

Metropolitan Community Church 2

2:46

Monumental Core

Monumental Core

2:42

National Building Museum

National Building Museum

2:54

 
National Gallery Museum

National Gallery Museum

3:02

National WWII Memorial

National WWII Memorial

3:08

Newseum

Newseum

2:49

 
Octagon Building - Why is it called Octagon?

Octagon Building - Why is it called Octagon?

0:34

The Octagon

The Octagon House

1:04

Office of Thrift Supervision

Office of Thrift Supervision

2:47

 
Palladino Pension Bldg

Palladino Pension Bldg

3:27

PNC Place

PNC Place

2:27

Pre-Columbian Pavillion

Pre-Columbian Pavillion

2:58

 
Q 14

Q 14

2:49

Ridge Street Townhouses

Ridge Street Townhouses

2:55

School Without Walls 1

School Without Walls 1

2:52

 
School Without Walls 2

School Without Walls 2

2:36

Studio Theater

Studio Theater

2:54

Supreme Court

Supreme Court

1:56

 
Tapies

Tapies

2:58

The Jordan

The Jordan

2:58

Townhouse at 5th St NW and O St NW

Townhouse at 5th St NW and O St NW

2:40

 
Tree Huggers

Tree Huggers

2:47

True Reformer

True Reformer

2:42

Union Station

Union Station

2:56

 
Union Station Bike Station

Union Station Bike Station

3:06

U.S. Green Building Council Headquarters

U.S. Green Building Council Headquarters

2:57

Washington National Cathedral

Washington National Cathedral

3:16

 
Watha T. Daniel Shaw Library

Watha T Daniel Shaw Library

2:33

Woodley Wardman

Woodley Wardman

2:48

Wooly Mammoth Theatre

Wooly Mammoth Theatre

3:06

 

Maryland

UMES Student Services Center

UMES Student Services Center

3:32

 

Northern Virginia

Annandale Demonstration Project

Annandale Demonstration Project

2:59

Tall Skinny House

Tall Skinny House

2:57

Tysons Corner

Tyson Corner

2:03

 

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