How Ceramics Became an Icon for ‘The View’

It took six years to build a concrete structure for “The View” star Taraji P. Henson, who spent nearly a year and a half building the 1,400-square-foot structure for her eponymous reality series.

The structure, which is called “Henson’s Palazzo,” was designed by architect Charles Zwicker, who designed other iconic structures including the iconic St. Louis Cardinals stadium.

Hensen’s “palazzo” is not her first concrete structure to appear on the show.

In 2010, “The Bachelor” host Heidi Klum unveiled a similar concrete structure that featured a waterfall in the center.

The “View” stars also built several concrete structures during their reality TV shows, including one for the upcoming season of “America’s Next Top Model.”

The structures also made the final season of the show, which aired in April 2018.

Hensons palazzo, which cost $15 million, included a waterfall and a treehouse.

The show was filmed in California and was filmed for a series of six seasons in Southern California.

Hennys palazzos show has been praised for its design.

“It’s not really a concrete thing,” Henson said at the time.

“We had a lot of fun with it.

We had a very fun time with it, and I’m happy we did it.

The whole process of building this was fun, and it was a blast to be a part of.”

The “The Show” star told the Los Angeles Times that the Palazzos were her “dream palace,” noting that she has had many friends who have stayed there and said they “loved it.”

“I think the Palaces are a way of saying, ‘You know what, I’ve been through this before, I’m ready for you to take me to a place where I can finally be proud of where I’m at and I can be proud that I have a palace.’

That’s what they’re for,” she said.

Henson and her husband, actor-comedian David Schwimmer, said they planned the structure to look like a “vista from heaven.” “

That palace, it’s not a fancy thing, but I really wanted it to feel like I had a palace, and now it’s like, ‘Oh my God, that’s a palace.'”

Henson and her husband, actor-comedian David Schwimmer, said they planned the structure to look like a “vista from heaven.”

The couple built the “palace” at a cost of $15.5 million.

It will include a waterfall, a fountain, a stone-covered porch, and a pavilion that Henson described as “very romantic and very magical.”

“It was a dream project,” Hensions palazzoi show show co-creator Matt Besser said.