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Hundreds of free 3D walkthough architectural computer models are available here at the Great Buildings Online web site, plus links to the free DesignWorkshop® Lite architectural 3D walkthrough software used to view them, for Windows 95/98/ME/XP/NT/2000 and Macintosh (classic).
 
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The models range in detail from very simple formal massing models of just a few cuboid blocks, through basic interior/exterior spatial walkthrough models, up to detailed interior/exterior models complete with furnishings and landscaping. Built with DesignWorkshop®, these live 3D walkthrough models are all free for your own personal architectural enjoyment, experience, and understanding.   For any commercial or public use, licensing is required.
In addition to these Great Buildings models, free 3D models of classic architect-designed houses are available in DesignWorkshop editable format in the Classic Homes Collection online at ArchitectureWeek.

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88 Wood Street, by Richard Rogers, at London, England, 1993 to 2001.

Aalsmeer House, by Bijvoet and Duiker, at Aalsmeer, The Netherlands, 1924.

Aalto Studio, by Alvar Aalto, at Munkkiniemi, Helsinki, Finland, 1954 to 1956.

Aalto Summer House, by Alvar Aalto, at Muuratsalo, Finland, 1953.

Air Force Academy Chapel, by Walter Netsch/ SOM, at Colorado Springs, Colorado, 1956 to 1962.

Allewelt House, by William Turnbull/ MLTW, at near Modesto, California, 1977.

Ball-Eastaway House - Artists' House in N. Sydney, by Glenn Murcutt, at North Sydney, Australia, 1982 to 1983.

Athenian Treasury, by unknown, at Delphi, Greece, -510.

Azuma House, by Tadao Ando, at Osaka, Japan, 1976.

Barcelona Pavilion, by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, at Barcelona, Spain, built 1928-1929, demolished 1930.

Breuer House II, by Marcel Breuer, at New Canaan, Connecticut, 1948.

Burns House, by Charles Moore, at Santa Monica Canyon, California, 1974.

Butler House, by William Wurster, at Pasatiempo, California, 1931 to 1936.

Cary House, by Joseph Esherick, at Mill Valley, California, 1960.

Bailey House, Case Study House No. 21, by Pierre Koenig, at Los Angeles, California, 1956 to 1958.

Chamberlain Cottage, by Marcel Breuer, at Wayland, Massachusetts, 1940.

Charleston Single House, by Vernacular, at Charleston, South Carolina, 1800 to 1900.

Chartres Cathedral, by unknown, at Chartres, France, 1194 to 1260.

Christ Church, by Nicholas Hawksmoor, at Spitalfields, London, England, 1715 to 1729.

Church at Bagsvaerd, by Jorn Utzon, at near Copenhagen, Denmark, 1974 to 1976.

Cooper Residence, by Gwathmey-Siegel, at Orleans, Massachusetts, 1968 to 1969.

Danish Vernacular House, by Vernacular, at Denmark, --.

Davis House, by Howard Davis, at Eugene, Oregon, 1990.

Douglas House, by Richard Meier, at Harbor Springs, Michigan, 1973.

Dulwich Gallery, by Sir John Soane, at London, England, 1811 to 1814.

Ennis House, by Frank Lloyd Wright, at Los Angeles, California, 1923.

Enso-Gutzeit Headquarters, by Alvar Aalto, at Helsinki, Finland, 1959 to 1962.

Erectheion, by Mnesicles, at Athens, Greece, -421 to -405.

Exeter Library, by Louis I. Kahn, at Exeter, New Hampshire, 1967 to 1972.

Fallingwater, by Frank Lloyd Wright, at Ohiopyle, (Bear Run), Pennsylvania, 1934 , 1938, 1948.

Farnese Palace, by Antonio da Sangallo, at Rome, Italy, 1534.

Farnsworth House, by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, at Plano, Illinois, 1946 to 1950.

First Unitarian Church, by Louis I. Kahn, at Rochester, New York, 1959 to 1967.

Flats at Lucerne, by Alvar Aalto, at Lucerne, or Luzern, Switzerland, 1965 to 1968.

Ford Foundation Building, by Roche-Dinkeloo, at New York, New York, 1963 to 1968.

Gap Offices in San Bruno, by William McDonough, at San Bruno, California, 1994 to 1997.

Globe Theater, by unknown, at Southwark, London, England, UK, 1599 to 1614.

Graham House, by Arthur C. Erickson, at West Vancouver, BC, Canada, 1963.

Gregory Farmhouse, by William Wurster, at Santa Cruz, California, 1926 to 1927.

Gropius House, by Walter Gropius, at Lincoln, Massachusetts, 1937.

Hagia Sophia, by Isidoros and Anthemios, at Istanbul, Turkey, 532 to 537.

Hanselmann House, by Michael Graves, at Fort Wayne, Indiana, 1967.

Healy Guest House, by Ralph Twitchell, at Siesta Key, Sarasota, Florida, 1948 to 1949.

High Museum of Art, by Richard Meier, at Atlanta, Georgia, 1983.

Hongkong and Shanghai Bank, by Norman Foster, at Hong Kong, China, 1979 to 1986.

Ise Shrine, by traditional, at Ise, Japan, 690 to current, 1997.

Jacobs House, Madison, by Frank Lloyd Wright, at Madison, Wisconsin, 1936.

Jacobs House, Middleton, by Frank Lloyd Wright, at Middleton, Wisconsin, 1944.

Johnson House, "The Glass House", by Philip Johnson, at New Caanan, Connecticut, 1949.

Lang Music Building, by Romaldo Giurgola, at Swarthmore, Pennsylvania, 1973.

Larkin Building, by Frank Lloyd Wright, at Buffalo, New York, 1904 , demolished 1950.

Maison Carree, by unknown, at Nimes, Provence, France, -16.

Maybeck Studio, by Bernard Maybeck, at Berkeley, California, 1924.

Monterey Bay Aquarium, by EHDD, at Monterey, California, 1980 (circa).

Moore House, by Charles Moore, at Orinda, California, 1962.

Museum of Decorative Arts, by Richard Meier, at Frankfurt, Germany, 1981 to 1984.

National Center for Atmospheric Research, by I. M. Pei, at Boulder, Colorado, 1961 to 1967.

Neue Staatsgalerie, by James Stirling, at Stuttgart, Germany, 1977 to 1983.

New National Gallery, by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, at Berlin, Germany, 1962 to 1968.

Norman Fisher House, by Louis I. Kahn, at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1960.

Norwegian Storehouse, by Vernacular, at Norway, 1200 to 1900.

Notre Dame Cathedral, by Maurice de Sully, at Paris, France, 1163 to 1250.

Orvieto Cathedral, by Arnolfo di Cambio, at Orvieto, Italy, 1290 to 1500.

Otaniemi Technical University, by Alvar Aalto, at Otaniemi, Finland, 1949 competition, completed 1964.

Ozenfant House and Studio, by Le Corbusier, at Paris, France, 1922.

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Piazza of St. Peter's, by Bernini, at Vatican City, surrounded by Rome, Italy, 1656 to 1667.

Pyramide du Louvre, by I. M. Pei, at Paris, France, 1989.

Reliance Building, by Daniel Burnham, at Chicago, Illinois, 1890 , extended to 14 floors 1894.

Residence in Riva San Vitale, by Mario Botta, at Riva san Vitale, Ticino, Switzerland, 1972 to 1973.

Richards Medical Center, by Louis I. Kahn, at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1957 to 1961.

Robie Residence, by Frank Lloyd Wright, at Chicago, Illinois, 1909.

Rockefeller Center, by Raymond Hood, at New York, New York, 1932 to 1940.

Rokko Housing One, by Tadao Ando, at Rokko Kobe, Japan, 1983.

Roman Colosseum, by unknown, at Rome, Italy, 70 to 82.

Saynatsalo Town Hall, by Alvar Aalto, at Saynatsalo, Finland, 1949 competition, built 1952.

Schroder House, by Gerrit Rietveld, at Utrecht, The Netherlands, 1924 to 1925.

Sea Ranch Condominium, by MLTW, at Sea Ranch, California, 1964 to 1965.

Sears Tower, by Bruce Graham/ SOM, at Chicago, Illinois, 1974 to 1976.

Shodan House, by Le Corbusier, at Ahmedabad, India, 1956.

Smith House, by Richard Meier, at Darien, Connecticut, 1965 to 1967.

St. Peter's of Rome, by Giacomo della Porta, at Vatican City, surrounded by Rome, Italy, 1546 to 1564 and 1590.

Stansted Airport, by Norman Foster, at London, England, UK, 1991.

Stockholm Library, by Erik Gunnar Asplund, at Stockholm, Sweden, 1918 to 1927.

Stonehenge, by unknown, at Salisbury, England, -2750 to -1500.

Sydney Opera House, by Jorn Utzon, at Sydney, Australia, 1957 to 1973.

Teatro Olimpico, by Andrea Palladio, at Vicenza, Italy, 1584.

The Albert Dock, by Jesse Hartley, at Liverpool, England, opened 1845.

The Parthenon, by Ictinus and Callicrates with Phidias, at Athens, Greece, -477 to -438.

The Queen's House, by Inigo Jones, at Greenwich, England, 1616 to 1635.

The Willow Tea Rooms, by Charles Rennie Mackintosh, at Glasgow, Scotland, 1902 to 1904.

Thorncrown Chapel, by Fay Jones, at Eureka Springs, Arkansas, 1980.

Unity Temple, by Frank Lloyd Wright, at Oak Park, Illinois, 1906.

Viking Fortress, by unknown, at Sjaelland, Denmark, 1000.

Villa Capra, or Villa Rotunda, by Andrea Palladio, at Vicenza, Italy, 1566 to 1571.

Villa Carre, by Alvar Aalto, at Bazoches-sur-Guyonne, France, 1956 to 1959.

Villa Foscari, by Andrea Palladio, at Malcontenta, Italy, 1549 to 1563.

Villa Savoye, by Le Corbusier, at Poissy, France, 1928 to 1929.

W. E. Martin House, by Frank Lloyd Wright, at Oak Park, Illinois, 1903.

Whitney Museum, by Marcel Breuer, at New York, New York, 1966.

Woodland Chapel, by Erik Gunnar Asplund, at Stockholm, Sweden, 1918 to 1920.

Yale Center for British Art, by Louis I. Kahn, at New Haven, Connecticut, 1969 to 1974.

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