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Architectural copyrights are limited in nature, generally just to the blueprints/design. If a building is unique and known enough (like the Empire State Building or the Chrysler Building in NYC), then the shape of the building could also fall under trademark law, also.


Interior view of the Disney Concert Hall, the acoustics of the concert hall designed by Yasuhisa Toyota and photographed by Julius Shulman