Washington, DC

  • Lego Lincoln Memorial

    Published 02/11/14 in People
    Lego Lincoln Memorial

    Warren Elsmore, based in Edinburgh, Scotland, recreates famous buildings and landmarks out of Lego parts. The former IT consultant, now a full-time Lego artist, uses special computer software to map…   See the Image

  • Martin Luther King, Jr., August 28, 1963

    Martin Luther King, Jr. delivered his "I Have a Dream" speech on the mall in Washington, D.C. on August 28, 1963.    See the Image

  • Watergate South Penthouse, Full Bar

    Not only is this huge penthouse apartment minutes from the White House, the Capitol, the World Bank, the State Department, the Kennedy Center, but it is also just a stumble to Sterling Archer's own…   See the Image

  • Watergate South Penthouse, Closet

    If Sterling Archer had real clothes, we think this massive custom closet would suit him nicely.    See the Image

  • Watergate South Penthouse, Spying Area

    The floor-to-ceiling windows are great for jumping out of if you're a cartoon like Sterling Archer or for spying on your neighbors if you work for G. Gordon Liddy.    See the Image

  • Home Exterior: Converted Firehouse in Washington, D.C.

    Built in 1884, Engine House No. 7 has been converted into a stunning private home with five bedrooms, five bathrooms and an impressive studio space.   See the Gallery

  • Bathroom: Simple, Natural Style

    The elegant bath in this Capitol Hill townhouse offers an interesting mix of classic and contemporary.   See the Gallery

  • Washington, D.C.: Greatest Cycling Cities in America

    Thanks to its temperate weather and stately architecture, our nation's capital is ideal for both urban and recreational bike riding. With a bike commuter percentage of 2.17, D.C.'s small-town…   See the Image

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