Forty-five of the 20th century's most famous buildings, from a wide variety of architects, have been transformed into challenging dot-to-dot puzzles. The numbers are tiny and there are lots of them! Most puzzles go into the 200s, but some go into the 500s. There are some simple lines that give hints and the solutions are in the back. It would be fun to do some further research into the various styles! You could color in the finished image to match the real building and have a reference book when you're done! 9.75x9.75", sc. ~ Sara
Connect the dots . . . and see 45 iconic buildings from around the world!
From Frank Lloyd Wright's Fallingwater to Jorn Utzon's Sydney Opera House, these dot-to-dots present the world's most stunning architectural marvels. Each drawing has over 300 dots, and you can color in the completed picture. The images include: the Guggenheim Museum, Battersea Power Station, Habitat 67, and the Chrysler Building as well as works by Mies van der Rohe, Norman Foster, Renzo Piano, Alvar Aalto, Zaha Hadid, and Le Corbusier. Solving these puzzles is the perfect mindful activity!