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Tag Archives: architecture
I’m a big fan of the Art Deco style of architecture, which means I know I’ll love Buena Vista at Disney California Adventure when I finally get a chance to visit. In the meantime, I’ve seen plenty of photos, but … Continue reading
In a great piece of history telling, Yesterland dives into the urban myth that the iconic sculptures for the Swan and Dolphin hotels were accidentally incorrectly placed by the construction helicopter during construction leading to a forced name change for … Continue reading
Architect Peter H. Dominick Jr’s designs impressed Michael Eisner at the time when Eisner was looking to make The Walt Disney Company a leader in architectural design for its hotels and buildings. His initial presentation to Eisner made a deep … Continue reading
The Theme Building at Los Angeles International Airport is that iconic arched structure with the round observation deck and restaurant in the middle. I remember hearing that it was in need of some repairs, but I had now idea how … Continue reading
Architect Clive Wilkinson created this architectural wonderland for The Disney Store headquarters back in 2007. That’s when it was operated by The Children’s Place. I haven’t heard if The Disney Store will move back to its Glendale headquarters now that … Continue reading