It is unsurprising that Athens, the city widely considered to be the cradle of Western civilization, would have made as celebrated a contribution to architecture as it has to countless other human pursuits. Built on a hilltop above the contemporary city, the weathered marble complex known as the Acropolis stands as a faded remnant from the former city-state’s ancient glory years, surrounded by the products of the centuries that followed. The greatest of these landmarks, the Parthenon, captures an age long past when Athens was the wealthiest and most powerful city-state in Greece and beyond.
04:00 - 25 January, 2017
https://www.archdaily.com/803931/ad-classics-the-parthenon-ancient-greece-ictinus-callicrates Luke Fiederer
01:00 - 7 February, 2014
LocationElgin, Moray IV30, United Kingdom
Design TeamRod Duncan, Steven Milford, Claire Ford
https://www.archdaily.com/474145/moray-college-jmarchitects Daniel Sánchez