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Michelangelo had several models made of the St. Peter dome during the time he worked on it. Discovered in an attic and newly restored, these models are now a main attraction at the Vatican Museum. Architects over the centuries have made models to check details in 3D and help clients understand dimensional perspectives. Many architects of renown also collected models, not only for their exquisite workmanship but also for their value as décor in homes and especially offices. AM offers a small but no less fascinating collection of early stair models and dome buildings. Cherry and birch wood finished in subtle shades of light and dark honey. Sinuous curves and arches in beautifully finished wood add a fluid touch to private or corporate quarters.
During the age of the Grand
Tour wealthy visitors to Italy and Greece were immersed in the study of classic culture and other distractions, including shopping for souvenirs. Models of temples and architectural detail were much in vogue. One such model was the ...
It‘s 1939. PanAm receives the first
Boeing 314, the ultimate in luxury aircraft. Complete with sleeping berths and a real dining salon. It was the biggest plane of its time, carrying 74 passengers. The big flying boats were replaced after the war by land ...
Built plank on frame by master
craftsmen (just like real wooden ships), this model is detailed down to the iron nails on the sides. A classic pond yacht style, the Ironsides adds some extra style: just because it can.