Sitting on the shore of one of the worlds greatest natural harbors is an engineering masterpiece, the Sydney Opera House. Designed with sweeping lines to appear as sails of ships in the harbor. The architect was Jørn Utzon, a relatively unknown 38 year old Dane when his design submission was announced the winner of the international competition to design an opera house for Sydney’s Bennelong Point in January 1957. His design was so complex that it took years to work out the engineering.
These giclée prints are available in several sizes, custom printed for each individual order on archival, museum grade paper using fade resistant inks.
Join us as we visit historic treasures, natural wonders and vibrant cities set against backdrops that are endlessly changing and visually magnificent. Celebrate a world of travel experiences with these decorating accessories that are perfect for framing.