Virtual Tours

Join Eric for dozens of quick, informative, virtual tours from all around the Pacific Northwest!

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Amherst College Science Center(2018) A multidisciplinary ‘state of the art’ classroom/laboratory/gathering space designed by Boston-based Payette architects. #payettearchitects ... See MoreSee Less

Tobin Hall (1972) Classical references in this thoroughly Brutalist beauty designed by the Coletti Brothers. A significant addition to the Modernist inventory at UMass-Amherst. #ilovebrutalistarchitecture ... See MoreSee Less

Herter Hall (1969) Another important addition to the Modernist landscape at UMass. The Coletti Brothers of Boston designed two of the best Brutalist buildings on campus. #colettibrothers ... See MoreSee Less

Southwest Residential Area (1966)
This ambitious project designed by Hugh Stubbins and Associates includes 17 dormitory buildings, 3 dining commons and today houses about 5,000 UMass undergraduates. #hughstubbinsarchitect
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Center for the Arts (1975)
Referencing a classical portico, this 624’ long covered entry runs the length of this 220,000 sq ft performing and fine arts center. Designed as both an arts center and massive gateway to the campus with views into the campus quad. #kevinrochearchitect
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Parking Garage (1969)
Designed by Marcel Breuer to serve the contemporaneous nearby hotel and campus center. Some would say this poured concrete monolith suggests a giant waffle iron. What would you call it? #betonbrutarchitecture
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Lincoln Campus Center/Hotel (1970)
One of the pivotal buildings defining the heart of the university campus. Architect Marcel Breuer was one of the most noteworthy Bauhaus-trained designers who brought their Modernist vision to the US. #ilovebrutalistarchitecture
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DuBois Library (1973)
Tallest library building in the world when it was built; it stands as a towering landmark in the center of the UMass campus in Amherst. #edwarddurellstonearchitecture
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I spent many weekends researching at that library while at college in Vermont! Thank you for the flashback of memories.

Chicago Union Station (1925)
A Beaux Arts temple of passenger rail transportation. Restored to its former glory and still serving regional and national rail travelers. #danielburnhamarchitect
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Was there only once but wow!

Winona Railroad Depot (1888)
Built for the Chicago, Milwaukee and St Paul RR (aka The Milwaukee Road) this venerable building now serves Amtrak passengers on the Empire Builder. #empirebuildertrain
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St Paul Union Depot (1923)
A restored survivor from the Golden Age of passenger rail travel. The barrel-vault ceiling and skylight highlights the Beaux Arts feel of this grand old building. #stpaularchitecture
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Washburn Park Water Tower (1931)
A decorative poured concrete landmark designed by noted architect Harry Wild Jones. #harrywildjones
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