PPC’s Favorite Painted Buildings Around the World
Here at PPC, we pride ourselves on doing top-notch work for every project, so we know a well-painted building when we see one. Here is a list of some of the buildings around the world we think have the best paint jobs on both their exteriors and interiors.
St Basil’s Cathedral in Moscow, Russia: This beautiful building was built in 1555 under strict orders from Ivan the Terrible. The history behind this building is plentiful, but the paint job is superior. With bright colors and clean lines, it is hard for someone to not admire the exterior of this building.
The U.S. Library of Congress was first established in 1800. The building is full of gorgeous interior art. The quality of art in the interior is surprising considering its rough history. This building has moved since its first establishment and has been subjected to many wars and fires.
St. Stephen’s Basilica in Budapest, Hungary was established in 1905. The Basilica was named for the first king of Hungary and is rich in history and art. A visitor could spend an entire day admiring all of the classic paintings within its interiors.
The Vatican: St. Peter’s Basilica, Rome. St. Peter’s Basilica was established 1626, and is one of the most well-known and biggest churches in the world. The art inside St. Peter’s Basilica is widely appreciated, and it cannot go unnoticed in any list of amazing paint work.
The Kansas City Library in Kansas City, Missouri is a fun break from the historical buildings listed above, but the craftsmanship deserves recognition. We think this is such a clever way to design a library, and the work itself is well done. This exterior features 22 books that are 25 feet by 9 feet. When roaming around Kansas City, this building will definitely round up some visitors.