21JUL 2018
Mid Century Home style

Mid Century Home style

It may be the year 2014, but the nostalgic pull of the ingenious architectural designs of the 1950’s is taking modern-day homes back in time. Homeowners are flooding the real estate market, hunting for unique mid-century modern gems, for numerous good reasons. For many of these homebuyers the main reason is simple: living in our mass-produced society has caused us to crave custom-made…

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17JUL 2018
Roman theatre (structure)

Roman theatre (structure)

A theater , theatre or playhouse , is a structure where theatrical works or plays are performed or other performances such as musical concerts may be produced. While a theater is not required for performance (as in environmental theater or street theater), a theater serves to define the performance and…

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13JUL 2018
Architecture of ancient Rome

Architecture of ancient Rome

After 2, years, a long-lost secret behind the creation of one of the world’s most durable man-made creations ever—Roman concrete—has finally been discovered by an international team of scientists, and it may have a significant impact on how we build cities of the future. As anyone who’s ever visited…

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09JUL 2018
Architectural History

Architectural History

As a new feature of this site, I’ve added a gallery of over 50 of our alumni (those whose status is known to me). Viewing our alumni as a group in the context of this gallery underscores how diverse are the career paths one can follow within and from architectural history, from academia, public and private sector positions to consulting. It is also exciting to see how many are still…

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05JUL 2018
Frank Lloyd Wright style Architecture

Frank Lloyd Wright style Architecture

1. “The architect must be a prophet… a prophet in the true sense of the term… if he can’t see at least ten years ahead don’t call him an architect.” Frank Lloyd Wright was clearly a man ahead of his time. The design of many of his homes once seemed light-years ahead of their time, and people often had trouble understanding his vision, yet almost all of our modern construction puts…

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01JUL 2018
Normandy architectural style

Normandy architectural style

Rouen and the towns of the Seine are built with chalky limestone from the valley sides. A similar affinity exists between the local materials and the buildings in the Caux region, where pebbles are set in flowing mortar. Clay, in cheap and plentiful local supply, was used for the cob of the timber-framed thatched cottages and for making bricks, which were often ingeniously set to…

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27JUN 2018
Victorian Revival Architecture

Victorian Revival Architecture

Oh! cried Mrs. Skewton, with a faded little scream of rapture, the Castle is charming!—associations of the Middle Ages—and all that—which is so truly exquisite. . . . Such charming times! . . . So full of faith! So vigorous and forcible! So picturesque! So perfectly removed from commonplace! Oh dear! If they would only leave us a little more of the poetry of existence in these…

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