Cupola, Building, & Structure Index
Index by Building Name: A to G

Jump to: Search & Site Directory / Artist Index / Art Title Index / Landscape Index by Location /
Architect Index: A to L / Architect Index: M to Z / Unknown Architect Building Index /
Building Name Index: A to G / Building Name Index: H to Q / Building Name Index: R to Z

BUILDING NAME LOCATION DATE ARCHITECT DESCRIPTION & LINK
Amboise - Chateau Amboise, Chapel of St. Hubert (Château d' Amboise) Amboise, France begun 1492 Leonardo Da Vinci Detail showing gargoyles on top of a Flamboyant Gothic church, originally the Queen's oratory. Da Vinci is buried here
Amboise - Chateau Amboise (Château d' Amboise) Amboise, France begun 1492 Unknown Architect, built mostly under Charles VIII View of chateau from the garden courtyard. The Minimes Tower (big, round tower at right) contains a spiral ramp which allowed horsemen to enter
Antonius & Faustina, Temple of Rome, Italy begun 141 A.D. Unknown Architect, built under the Roman Emperor Tiberius Front elevation. Columns, base, and stair are all that is left of temple.  The Church of San Lorenzo in Miranda that is behind the columns was built in 1602
Arizona State University Architecture Building Tempe, Arizona 1989 Hillier Group (Alan Chimacoff, designer) Exterior light detail with the building's south elevation in the background
Arizona State University Architecture Building Tempe, Arizona 1989 Hillier Group (Alan Chimacoff, designer) Oblique south elevation with main entrance at the top of the incline
Aztec Pueblo Ruins Aztec Ruins National Monument, New Mexico circa 1110 Anasazi Indians Southwest American Indian Ruins
Baldwin House (Charles H. Baldwin House) Newport, Rhode Island 1877-78 Potter and Anderson (William Appleton Potter and Robert Anderson Robertson partnership) Arts and Crafts
Bandelier, Cliff Dwellings Bandelier National Monument, New Mexico early 1300s Anasazi Indians Southwest American Indian Ruins
Bandelier, Petroglyph Bandelier National Monument, New Mexico early 1300s Anasazi Indians Southwest American Indian Ruins
Bandelier, Tyuonyi Pueblo Ruin Bandelier National Monument, New Mexico early 1300s Anasazi Indians Southwest American Indian Ruins
Barbour House (James Barbour) Barboursville, Virginia (on grounds of Barboursville vineyards winery) 1814-22 Thomas Jefferson Ruins of a classically inspired villa, built for one of Jefferson's friends. The house burned on Christmas Day, 1884
The Basilica, a secular meeting hall (Palazzo della Ragione) Vicenza, Italy begun 1549 Andrea Palladio Oblique elevation from the plaza. This is considered the popular source of the Palladian window, an arched window flanked by two smaller rectangular ones
Bell House (Isaac Bell House) Newport, Rhode Island 1881-83 McKim, Mead, and White (Charles Follen McKim, William Rutherford Mead, and Stanford White partnership) Arts and Crafts
Belvedere Land Company Belvedere, California 1905 Albert Farr Arts and Crafts
Betatakin Cliff Dwelling Navajo National Monument, Arizona 1260-70 Anasazi Indians Southwest American Indian Ruins
Bixby Creek Bridge On Highway 1, about 15 miles south of Carmel, California completed 1932 Charles H. Purcell (state highway engineer) and F. W. Panhorst (acting bridge engineer) Oblique elevation of the arched concrete bridge from the valley side
Bixby Creek Bridge On Highway 1, about 15 miles south of Carmel, California completed 1932 Charles H. Purcell (state highway engineer) and F. W. Panhorst (acting bridge engineer) Oblique view of the bridge looking through one end toward the beach below
Bixby Creek Bridge On Highway 1, about 15 miles south of Carmel, California completed 1932 Charles H. Purcell (state highway engineer) and F. W. Panhorst (acting bridge engineer) Scenic view of a graceful, arched concrete bridge along the Pacific Coast
Bixby Creek Bridge On Highway 1, about 15 miles south of Carmel, California completed 1932 Charles H. Purcell (state highway engineer) and F. W. Panhorst (acting bridge engineer) Side elevation of the arched concrete bridge looking west toward the Pacific Ocean
Bixby Creek Bridge On Highway 1, about 15 miles south of Carmel, California completed 1932 Charles H. Purcell (state highway engineer) and F. W. Panhorst (acting bridge engineer) Slightly oblique elevation of the arched concrete bridge from the valley side
Bixby Creek Bridge On Highway 1, about 15 miles south of Carmel, California completed 1932 Charles H. Purcell (state highway engineer) and F. W. Panhorst (acting bridge engineer) View from the valley side of one the bridge's major supports and end of arch
Bixby Creek Bridge On Highway 1, about 15 miles south of Carmel, California completed 1932 Charles H. Purcell (state highway engineer) and F. W. Panhorst (acting bridge engineer) View of the bridge from near one end and slightly below the top
Bixby Creek Bridge On Highway 1, about 15 miles south of Carmel, California completed 1932 Charles H. Purcell (state highway engineer) and F. W. Panhorst (acting bridge engineer) View of the bridge from the beach below
Bixby Creek Bridge On Highway 1, about 15 miles south of Carmel, California completed 1932 Charles H. Purcell (state highway engineer) and F. W. Panhorst (acting bridge engineer) View of the end of the bridge from the beach below
Blois - Chateau Blois, Francis I Wing (Château de Blois, François I Wing) Blois, France 1515-24 Unknown Architect View of the monumental spiral stair tower from the chateau's courtyard
Blois - Chateau Blois, Louis XII Wing (Château de Blois) Blois, France 1498-1503 Unknown Architect Courtyard elevation
Blois - Chateau Blois, Louis XII Wing (Château de Blois) Blois, France 1498-1503 Unknown Architect Front entry elevation showing an equestrian statue of Louis XII above the gate
Bowman House (George F. Bowman House) San Francisco, California Samuel Newsom ca. 1892 Arts and Crafts
Brown House (James Nash Brown - Alice Scott - Reginald Knight Smith House) San Francisco, California 1895 Ernest Coxhead Arts and Crafts
Burgtheater Vienna, Austria 1873-88 Gottfried Semper Front elevation of a Beaux Arts Neoclassical theater
Canal and Bridge Venice, Italy 16C? Unknown Architect Closer view of one of the small pedestrian bridges that appear all over the old city
Canal and distant Bridge Venice, Italy 16C? Unknown Architect A typical canal scene in Venice
Canyon de Chelly, Antelope House Ruin Canyon de Chelly, Chinle Arizona expanded 1050-1270 Anasazi Indians Southwest American Indian Ruins
Canyon de Chelly, First Ruin Canyon de Chelly, Chinle Arizona 1050-1150 Anasazi Indians Southwest American Indian Ruins
Canyon de Chelly, Mummy Cave Ruin Canyon de Chelly, Chinle Arizona mostly 12-13C Anasazi Indians Southwest American Indian Ruins
Canyon de Chelly, Overlook Canyon de Chelly, Chinle Arizona n/a Anasazi Indians Southwest American Indian Ruins
Canyon de Chelly, White House Ruin Canyon de Chelly, Chinle Arizona 1060-1275 Anasazi Indians Southwest American Indian Ruins
Carolands (a.k.a. The Chateau, built for Francis & Harriet Pullman Carolan) Hillsborough, California 1912-15 Ernest Sanson (designer) with Willis Jefferson Polk (supervising architect) Northeast? elevation of a French Baroque Revival chateau. This was scene of a tragic murder and attempted murder of two young women by the caretaker in the early 1980's
Carolands (a.k.a. The Chateau, built for Francis & Harriet Pullman Carolan) Hillsborough, California 1912-15 Ernest Sanson (designer) with Willis Jefferson Polk (supervising architect) Northwest? view of a Chateuesque home built for Francis and Harriet Pullman Carolan. Inspired by the Chateau Vaux le Vicomte in France
Carolands (a.k.a. The Chateau, built for Francis & Harriet Pullman Carolan) Hillsborough, California 1912-15 Ernest Sanson (designer) with Willis Jefferson Polk (supervising architect) South? elevation of the chateau. Fate of house has been in question for many years
Carson House (William Carson House) Eureka, California 1884-86 Samuel Newsom & Joseph C. Newsom Front elevation of a mostly Queen Anne Victorian with an imposing tower
Carson House (William Carson House) Eureka, California 1884-86 Samuel Newsom & Joseph C. Newsom Front elevation with tower/ cupola
J. Milton Carson House (Carson the Younger House) Eureka, California 1887 Samuel Newsom & Joseph C. Newsom Corner view of a Queen Anne house. Built for one of the sons of William Carson, whose mansion is across the street
J. Milton Carson House (Carson the Younger House) Eureka, California 1887 Samuel Newsom & Joseph C. Newsom Front elevation with tower/ cupola
Carter House (Mark Carter House) Eureka, California 1884 & 1981 Samuel Newsom & Mark Carter Corner view of a Queen Anne home. Originally designed by Samuel Newsom and built in San Francisco by Samuel Newsom; it was destroyed in the 1906 earthquake and fire. Mark Carter created this replica from some antique plans in 1981
Castle Rock Garrison, NY 1881 Jarvis Morgan Slade View of a mock castle on the Hudson River from below
Castor and Pollux, Temple of Rome, Italy 6 B.C. Unknown Architect, built under the Roman Emperor Tiberius Exterior view of the ruins at the Roman Forum.  3 columns at right are what's left of the temple
Chaco Canyon, Casa Rinconada ruin (Great Kiva) Chaco Canyon, New Mexico 1070-1110 Anasazi Indians Southwest American Indian Ruins
Chaco Canyon, Small House on Casa Rinconada Trail Chaco Canyon, New Mexico 9-12C Anasazi Indians Southwest American Indian Ruins
Chaco Canyon, Chetro Ketl Ruin Chaco Canyon, New Mexico 1005-1105 Anasazi Indians Southwest American Indian Ruins
Chaco Canyon, Kin Kletso Ruin Chaco Canyon, New Mexico 1100-30 Anasazi Indians Southwest American Indian Ruins
Chaco Canyon, Pueblo Bonito Ruin Chaco Canyon, New Mexico 9-12C Anasazi Indians Southwest American Indian Ruins
Chaco Canyon, Pueblo del Arroyo Ruin Chaco Canyon, New Mexico 1070-1105 Anasazi Indians Southwest American Indian Ruins
Chaco Canyon, Talus Unit Number 1 Ruin Chaco Canyon, New Mexico late 11C Anasazi Indians Southwest American Indian Ruins
Chambord - Chateau Chambord (Château de Chambord) near St-Dyé, France 1519-47 Domenico da Cortona Garden facade with cupolas on round towers
Chambord - Chateau Chambord (Château de Chambord) near St-Dyé, France 1519-47 Domenico da Cortona Detail of lantern/ cupola over main stair
Chantilly - Chateau Chantilly (Château de Chantilly) Chantilly, France 1560 Jean Bullant View of the chateau and lake in the rain
Cheney House (Edwin H. Cheney House) Oak Park, Illinois 1903 Frank Lloyd Wright Front elevation of a single story brick Prairie Style home
Chiericati Palace (Palazzo Chiericati) Vicenza, Italy 1550's Andrea Palladio Oblique front elevation
Cluny House, the Chapel (Hôtel de Cluny) Paris, France 1500 Unknown Architect Flamboyant stone vaulting
Colosseum Rome, Italy 69-80 A.D. Unknown Architect, built under the Roman Emperor Vespasian Another interior view looking across what would have been the central ring. Capacity of 50,000 persons
Colosseum Rome, Italy 69-80 A.D. Unknown Architect, built under the Roman Emperor Vespasian Interior view looking across what would have been the central ring. The basement is now clearly exposed
Colosseum Rome, Italy 69-80 A.D. Unknown Architect, built under the Roman Emperor Vespasian Interior view of perimeter arcade along the lower level
Coonley House (Avery Coonley House) Riverside, Illinois 1907 Frank Lloyd Wright Close-up of Harry Robinson's sympathetically remodeled wing, originally the master bedroom area in Wright's design
Coonley House (Avery Coonley House) Riverside, Illinois 1907 Frank Lloyd Wright Detail showing Wright's stylized stained glass windows and intricate wall tiles (redone after the 1977 fire)
Coonley House (Avery Coonley House) Riverside, Illinois 1907 Frank Lloyd Wright Guest wing (now family bedrooms).  The open air passage below leads to the main entry courtyard.
Coonley House (Avery Coonley House) Riverside, Illinois 1907 Frank Lloyd Wright View of the kitchen and service wing, originally with a narrow driveway running beneath to the entry courtyard. The dining room wing is on the right
Coonley House (Avery Coonley House) Riverside, Illinois 1907 Frank Lloyd Wright View of the master bedroom and guest wings. This area was extensively remodeled by a former Wright apprentice years later, adding a sunroom, a garage, and reversing the guest and family bedroom wings
Coonley House (Avery Coonley House) (many more photos of this incredible home available via the Internet Archive's copy of Radu Brad's extensive Coonley House site) Riverside, Illinois 1907 Frank Lloyd Wright View of the original master bedroom (left) and guest wing (right) by Wright. This estate is probably Wright's finest Prairie style design. Original photo from a reprint of Wright's Ausgefuhrte Bauten of 1911
Covered Bridge Number 1 near Eureka, California mid 1930s Unknown Architect Distant view over a field of a covered bridge on a rural road in Northern California
Covered Bridge Number 1 near Eureka, California mid 1930s Unknown Architect View of a one lane covered bridge looking through from one side
Covered Bridge Number 1 near Eureka, California mid 1930s Unknown Architect View of a one lane covered bridge looking through from the other side
Covered Bridge Number 2 near Eureka, California mid 1930s Unknown Architect View of a one lane covered bridge looking through from one side
Covered Bridge Number 2 near Eureka, California mid 1930s Unknown Architect View of a one lane covered bridge looking through from the other side
Corbit-Sharp House Odessa, Delaware 1774 Unknown Architect Front door elevation of a Georgian style colonial home
Davenport House (E. Arthur Davenport House) River Forest, Illinois 1901 Frank Lloyd Wright Front elevation of a small 2 story wood and plaster Prairie Style home
Davenport House (E. Arthur Davenport House) River Forest, Illinois 1901 Frank Lloyd Wright Detail of the bay window
De Zonnebloem (the sunflower) row house Zurenborg District. Antwerp, Belgium 1900 Jules Hofman Art Nouveau
Deified Caesar, Temple of the Rome, Italy 31 B.C. Unknown Architect, built under Octavian (the later Emperor Augustus) Exterior view of the ruins at the Roman Forum.  Low wall at back edge of courtyard is what's left of the temple
Doges' Palace, loggia Venice, Italy 1404 Unknown Architect View from the campanile of Palladio's Church of San Giorgio Maggiore across the Grand Canal toward St. Mark's Square. Library and Mint are at far left. Doges' palace is white building in center
Doges' Palace, loggia Venice, Italy 1404 Unknown Architect View looking down the second floor loggia that faces the Grand Canal
Doges' Palace, loggia Venice, Italy 1404 Unknown Architect View looking out of the second floor loggia toward Palladio's Church of San Giorgio Maggiore, across the Grand Canal
Douglas Mansion Jerome, Arizona 1916 James Douglas A large Mission Revival home, almost Art Deco in feel, built on a hill overlooking the copper mining town
Drottningholm Palace Stockholm, Sweden begun 1662, enlarged 1744-56 Nicodemus Tessin (the elder), followed by Nicodemus Tessin (the younger), Carl Harleman, and Eric Rehn Rear (garden) elevation of a built in the same time period as Versailles
Drottningholm Palace, Garden Pavilion Stockholm, Sweden 1768? C. F. Adelcrantz? Oblique elevation of a wooden garden folly in the form of a tent with an Eastern flavor
Dubrovnik Old City Dubrovnik, Croatia begun 8C Unknown Architect Panoramic view of the medieval Old City looking south from the hill north of town. Harbor is at left
Dubrovnik Old City Dubrovnik, Croatia begun 8C Unknown Architect View of eastern half of city from above. The 13C cathedral, was rebuilt in the 18C (in the center with the tallest dome)
Dubrovnik Old City Walls Dubrovnik, Croatia 8-16C Unknown Architect View along the top of the western walls
Dubrovnik Old City Walls Dubrovnik, Croatia 8-16C Unknown Architect View along the top of the western walls looking toward Lovrjenac Fortress
Dubrovnik Old City Walls Dubrovnik, Croatia 8-16C Unknown Architect View of the walls along the Adriatic Sea
Dubrovnik Old City Walls Dubrovnik, Croatia 8-16C Unknown Architect View of the walkway that runs on top of the walls
Dubrovnik Old City Walls and Harbor Dubrovnik, Croatia 8-16C Unknown Architect Old city to right of road. Dominican Monastery, 14C, with tower at right. Revelin Fortress, 16C, center, at end of city walls
Dumbarton Oaks, the Gardens Washington, D.C. 1922-47 Beatrix Farrand (garden design) Graceful, sinuous, concrete stairway leading into the formal gardens
Empire Cottage (Bourn cottage at the Empire Mines) Grass Valley, California 1895-97 Willis Jefferson Polk Front door elevation
Empire Cottage (Bourn cottage at the Empire Mines) Grass Valley, California 1895-97 Willis Jefferson Polk Oblique front elevation of a Neo-Flemish? stone "cottage" for the wealthy owner of the nearby gold mines
Empire Cottage (Bourn cottage at the Empire Mines) Grass Valley, California 1895-97 Willis Jefferson Polk Right front corner view of a Ruskinesque dwelling
Empire Cottage (Bourn cottage at the Empire Mines) Grass Valley, California 1895-97 Willis Jefferson Polk View of the "cottage" from the rear entrance court and garden
Empire Cottage Gardens (Bourn cottage at the Empire Mines) Grass Valley, California 1895-97 Willis Jefferson Polk View of the back of the house and first floor porch from beneath an arch in the walled garden area
Empire Cottage Gardens Grass Valley, California 1895-97 Willis Jefferson Polk View of the back of the house and its terraced gardens
Empire Cottage Gardens Grass Valley, California 1895-97 Willis Jefferson Polk View of the stepped passage through the terraced gardens
Empire Cottage Gardens Grass Valley, California 1895-97 Willis Jefferson Polk View of the stepped water fountain in front of the house
Empire Cottage Gardens Grass Valley, California 1895-97 Willis Jefferson Polk View of the stepped water fountain looking up the channel
Empire Mine Buildings Grass Valley, California late 19C? Unknown Architect Front elevation of park headquarters. Probably an old mine building, although it might be a 20C park service addition
Empire Mine Buildings Grass Valley, California late 19C Unknown Architect General view of buildings near the mine entrance
Empire Mine Buildings Grass Valley, California late 19C Unknown Architect View of one of the larger vernacular mine buildings made of stone with a two story wood porch
Filoli, the William B. Bourn Estate Woodside, California 1916 Willis Jefferson Polk Front door elevation of a Georgian Revival mansion
Filoli, the William B. Bourn Estate Woodside, California 1916 Willis Jefferson Polk Front (east) elevation. House seen in opening credits for the TV show, "Dynasty"
Filoli, the William B. Bourn Estate Woodside, California 1916 Willis Jefferson Polk South elevation of the mansion from the Italian gardens, which were designed by Bruce Porter and Isabella Worn
Filoli, the William B. Bourn Estate Woodside, California 1916 Willis Jefferson Polk View of a crystal chandelier in the ballroom
First Congregational Church Alameda, California 1904 Daniel F. Oliver Arts and Crafts
Florence Cathedral (Duomo di Santa Maria del Fiore) Florence, Italy 1420-36 Filippo Brunelleschi Side view of the double shelled central dome with cupola on top
Florence, Italy Florence, Italy various Unknown Architect View of the city from a nearby hill, looking toward the Uffizi and the Cathedral
Fontainebleu - Chateau Fontainebleu (Château de Fontainebleu) Fontainebleu, France begun 1528 Gilles Le Breton Front elevation of a large French Renaissance chateau
Franciscan Monastery Dubrovnik, Croatia 14C Unknown Architect View of the arcade in the cloister (an interior garden courtyard)
Frederiksborg Castle (Frederiksborg Sløt) Hillerød, Denmark begun 1560 Unknown Architect Front elevation with towers/ cupolas
Frederiksborg Castle (Frederiksborg Sløt) Hillerød, Denmark begun 1560 Unknown Architect Oblique view of the castle entry and moat
Frederiksborg Castle (Frederiksborg Sløt) Hillerød, Denmark begun 1560 Unknown Architect View of the gallery built over the moat reflected in the water
Gila Cliff Dwelling Ruins Gila Cliff Dwelling National Monument, New Mexico 1270-90 Mogollon Indians Southwest American Indian Ruins
Gilroy Town Hall Gilroy, California 1905 Samuel Newsom Corner view of a very eclectic Victorian public building
Gilroy Town Hall Gilroy, California 1905 Samuel Newsom Front elevation with clock tower/ cupola
Gilroy Town Hall Gilroy, California 1905 Samuel Newsom Side elevation detail of one of the bays
Goslinsky House (Samuel Goslinsky House) San Francisco, California 1909 Bernard Maybeck Arts and Crafts
Governor's Palace Colonial Williamsburg, Virginia 1706-23 Unknown Architect Front elevation. This opened in 1934 after a complete reconstruction
Governor's Palace Colonial Williamsburg, Virginia Early 20C? Unknown Architect Entrance gate to a utility building behind the garden maze.  Probably part of the 1934 reconstruction
Granary at Skansen Park Stockholm, Sweden 19C? Unknown Architect Vernacular farm building with cone topped cupola
Grand' Place Brussels, Belgium 1698 Willem de Bruyn A tall, narrow rowhouse along the main square
Grand' Place Brussels, Belgium 1698 Willem de Bruyn Belgian Baroque rowhouses along the main square
Greenleaf House (David Greenleaf House, sometimes misspelled as Greenlease) Alameda, California 1891 Ernest Coxhead Arts and Crafts
Building Index by Architect: A to L / M to Z / Unknown Architect's Buildings
Index by Building Name: A to G / H to Q / R to Z
 
Site Index Link
Site
Index
Cupola Home Page Link
Back to
Cupola Home
Top of Page Link
Top of
Page

This page was last updated on 09/07/2014
Copyright © 1998-2014 by Cupola Consulting,
the owner of Cupola Creations