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Atrium Collection

The atrium, a captivating architectural feature found in various parts of the world, has long been admired for its grandeur and significance

Background imageAtrium Collection: Large atrium in the Lloyds Building, designed by Richard Rogers, City of London

Large atrium in the Lloyds Building, designed by Richard Rogers, City of London, London, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imageAtrium Collection: Human heart anatomy, artwork

Human heart anatomy, artwork
Human heart anatomy, cutaway computer artwork

Background imageAtrium Collection: Diagram of the heart, lungs and windpipe

Diagram of the heart, lungs and windpipe

Background imageAtrium Collection: Leadenhall Market, City of London, London, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Leadenhall Market, City of London, London, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imageAtrium Collection: Atrium of Sponza Palace or Divona, Dubrovnik, Croatia

Atrium of Sponza Palace or Divona, Dubrovnik, Croatia

Background imageAtrium Collection: Home in ancient Rome

Home in ancient Rome
Roman house, viewed from the atrium through the tablinumin to the peristyle and a garden. Hand-colored woodcut of a 19th-century illustration

Background imageAtrium Collection: Italy. Cremona Cathedral. Main facade

Italy. Cremona Cathedral. Main facade
Cremona Cathedral. 12th - 15th centuries. Main facade

Background imageAtrium Collection: 3・2・1・Zero

3・2・1・Zero
YASUTOSHI HONJO

Background imageAtrium Collection: Female heart anatomy, illustration

Female heart anatomy, illustration
Female heart anatomy, computer illustration

Background imageAtrium Collection: The Orchard at Hamad International Airport, Doha, Qatar

The Orchard at Hamad International Airport, Doha, Qatar

Background imageAtrium Collection: Phoenix International Media Centre (designed by Beijing Institute of Architectural Design

Phoenix International Media Centre (designed by Beijing Institute of Architectural Design), Beijing, China

Background imageAtrium Collection: Russia, Moscow, Red Square, Gum Department Store, Interior

Russia, Moscow, Red Square, Gum Department Store, Interior

Background imageAtrium Collection: Anatomy of heart interior, frontal section

Anatomy of heart interior, frontal section

Background imageAtrium Collection: Atrium stairs

Atrium stairs
Linda Wride

Background imageAtrium Collection: Vestibule of the Palace of Justice in Rome

Vestibule of the Palace of Justice in Rome
3559121 Vestibule of the Palace of Justice in Rome by Fratelli Alinari (fl.1854-1920); (add.info.: Artist: Calderini, Guglielmo Date of Artwork: 1888 -1910 Location: Palace of Justice, vestibule)

Background imageAtrium Collection: Elevation and floor plan of a house in Pompeii, showing the oecus, exedra, triclinium, cubiculum

Elevation and floor plan of a house in Pompeii, showing the oecus, exedra, triclinium, cubiculum, peristylium
FLO4686908 Elevation and floor plan of a house in Pompeii, showing the oecus, exedra, triclinium, cubiculum, peristylium, viridarium, piscina, apotheca, tablinum, libreca, atrium, ala, impluvium

Background imageAtrium Collection: Upwards

Upwards
Azriel Yakubovitch

Background imageAtrium Collection: 'I Do'

"I Do"
Renee Doyle

Background imageAtrium Collection: Speeding up

Speeding up
Kay PK

Background imageAtrium Collection: the language of space

the language of space
Linda Wride

Background imageAtrium Collection: Atrium of New West Baden Springs Hotel, West BadenSprings, Ind. between 1900 and 1915

Atrium of New West Baden Springs Hotel, West BadenSprings, Ind. between 1900 and 1915. Creator: Unknown
Atrium of New West Baden Springs Hotel, West BadenSprings, Ind. between 1900 and 1915

Background imageAtrium Collection: The atrium, West Baden Springs Hotel, West Baden, Indiana, between 1900 and 1910. Creator: Unknown

The atrium, West Baden Springs Hotel, West Baden, Indiana, between 1900 and 1910. Creator: Unknown
The atrium, West Baden Springs Hotel, West Baden, Indiana, between 1900 and 1910

Background imageAtrium Collection: Atrium in the House of Pansa, Saratoga, N.Y. c1901. Creator: Unknown

Atrium in the House of Pansa, Saratoga, N.Y. c1901. Creator: Unknown
Atrium in the House of Pansa, Saratoga, N.Y. c1901

Background imageAtrium Collection: lights and shadows

lights and shadows
Atsushi Inamura

Background imageAtrium Collection: Elevation and floor plan of a house in Pompeii

Elevation and floor plan of a house in Pompeii, showing the oecus, exedra, triclinium, cubiculum, peristylium, viridarium, piscina, apotheca, tablinum, bibliotheca, atrium, ala, impluvium, officina

Background imageAtrium Collection: Anatomy of the human heart, lithograph, published in 1876

Anatomy of the human heart, lithograph, published in 1876
Anatomy of the human heart. Lithograph, published in 1876

Background imageAtrium Collection: Abstract of the Citypoint Building atrium, City of London building, London, England, Uk

Abstract of the Citypoint Building atrium, City of London building, London, England, Uk

Background imageAtrium Collection: Atrium at London Marriott Hotel County Hall, London, England

Atrium at London Marriott Hotel County Hall, London, England

Background imageAtrium Collection: City of London glass abstract architecture, London

City of London glass abstract architecture, London

Background imageAtrium Collection: City of London abstract architecture, London

City of London abstract architecture, London

Background imageAtrium Collection: Casa Del Estudiante, interior, Santiago de Cuba, Santiago de Cuba Province, Cuba

Casa Del Estudiante, interior, Santiago de Cuba, Santiago de Cuba Province, Cuba

Background imageAtrium Collection: USA, Oklahoma, Oklahoma City, Devon Tower, tallest building, built 2012 atrium

USA, Oklahoma, Oklahoma City, Devon Tower, tallest building, built 2012 atrium

Background imageAtrium Collection: Sony Center, Potsdammer Platz, Berlin, Germany

Sony Center, Potsdammer Platz, Berlin, Germany

Background imageAtrium Collection: Portugal, Douro Litoral, Porto. The lobby of the Five Star Yeatman Hotel, part of

Portugal, Douro Litoral, Porto. The lobby of the Five Star Yeatman Hotel, part of the Fladgate Partnership

Background imageAtrium Collection: The Basilica of San Vicente, a Romanesque church outside the walled city of Avila

The Basilica of San Vicente, a Romanesque church outside the walled city of Avila, Spain, Europe

Background imageAtrium Collection: The atrium at the Zappeion Hall convention center, Athens, Attica, Greece

The atrium at the Zappeion Hall convention center, Athens, Attica, Greece

Background imageAtrium Collection: Messe Basel New Hall #01

Messe Basel New Hall #01
Alessio Forlano

Background imageAtrium Collection: Atrium of an elementary school in via Gattamelata, Milan

Atrium of an elementary school in via Gattamelata, Milan Milan via Gattamelata. Date of Photograph:1940-1945

Background imageAtrium Collection: Main lobby of a primary school in via Gattamelata, Milan

Main lobby of a primary school in via Gattamelata, Milan Milan via Gattamelata. Date of Photograph:1940-1945

Background imageAtrium Collection: Atrium Asylum Ines Bonazzi, Arzignano

Atrium Asylum Ines Bonazzi, Arzignano Arzignano. Date of Photograph:1930-1940

Background imageAtrium Collection: An internal courtyard of a moorish palace

An internal courtyard of a moorish palace Europe. Date of Photograph:1920 - 1930

Background imageAtrium Collection: Portal of a Turin palace next to a barber-hairdresser's shop

Portal of a Turin palace next to a barber-hairdresser's shop Turin. Date of Photograph:1925-1930 ca

Background imageAtrium Collection: The atrium of the University Building in Genoa. In tfe Foreground the staircase

The atrium of the University Building in Genoa. In tfe Foreground the staircase Genoa Building Baroque, Renaissance-Baroque styles and periods, Europe, First and Second Millennium A.D

Background imageAtrium Collection: The atrium of Palazzo Balbi Senarega in Genoa

The atrium of Palazzo Balbi Senarega in Genoa Genoa Atrium, Building Late Renaissance, Renaissance, Renaissance-Baroque styles and periods, Europe, First and Second Millennium A.D

Background imageAtrium Collection: The counter-faade of the entrance to the Certosa di San Lorenzo in Padula

The counter-faade of the entrance to the Certosa di San Lorenzo in Padula Padula Certosa di San Lorenzo, atrium. Date of Photograph:1960-1970 ca

Background imageAtrium Collection: The Renaissance atrium of the Church of Santa Maria Maddalena de Pazzi after the Florence flood of

The Renaissance atrium of the Church of Santa Maria Maddalena de Pazzi after the Florence flood of November 4, 1966 Florence Church of Santa Maria Maddalena de Pazzi, atrium

Background imageAtrium Collection: Florence. Atrium of the Istituto Statale d'Arte di Porta Romana

Florence. Atrium of the Istituto Statale d'Arte di Porta Romana. Postcard sent by the photographer to Vincenzo Balocchi Florence Istituto Statale d'Arte




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The atrium, a captivating architectural feature found in various parts of the world, has long been admired for its grandeur and significance. From the large atrium in the Lloyds Building, designed by Richard Rogers in the City of London, to the stunning artwork depicting human heart anatomy, this space holds both aesthetic and educational value. Imagine standing beneath a soaring ceiling within an atrium adorned with a diagram showcasing the intricacies of the heart, lungs, and windpipe. The beauty of such displays can also be witnessed at Leadenhall Market in London or even at Sponza Palace in Dubrovnik, Croatia. Travel back through time to ancient Rome where homes were centered around an open-air courtyard known as an atrium. In Italy's Cremona Cathedral, one can witness a magnificent main facade leading into an awe-inspiring interior. Delve deeper into understanding our own bodies with cross-sections revealing the inner workings of our hearts. These illustrations serve as reminders that life is sustained by this vital organ housed within us all. Step into history once more as you explore Herculaneum's House with Wooden Partition featuring a Tuscan-style atrium complete with a marble impluvium. This glimpse into Roman architecture showcases their mastery of design even centuries ago. In modern times, we find ourselves marveling at contemporary interpretations like those seen inside Dubai's Burj Al Arab hotel or Tokyo's Shinjuku NS Building. These spaces redefine what it means to create breathtaking environments that leave visitors awestruck. Ultimately, whether it be through artistry or engineering prowess, these diverse examples remind us that there is something truly special about gathering under one roof - hand in hand - within an enchanting atrium setting.