Below are the first three watercolor studies from my History of
Architecture and Furniture course. The first is of the TWA Terminal
in New York. It was designed Eero Saarinen and finished in 1962.
The second is of Notre Dame in Paris. Construction took almost two
centuries and was overseen by multiple architects. Third is the Basque
Health Department Headquarters in Bilbao, Spain. The facade is an
exoskeleton of glass that creates privacy and shields the offices inside
from the sounds of the city.