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The 2017 Fentress Global Challenge
Carving Catboats on Grand Cayman
Caribbean Drawings by Dready
Kimpton Seafire on Grand Cayman
An Eichler for the 21st Century
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Philadelphia: Finding the Hidden City
Twelve Swiss Museums, on Film and in Photos
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Lost No More
The Most Iconic Buildings in Toronto
From Rizzoli, 'Havana Living Today'
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Yale-educated George Nelson (1908-86) was a thinker and a doer, an architect and a designer, and a writer...
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I went to see Oak Alley plantation in St James Parish, Louisiana, because of its shadows. An architect...
Lesley Pennington is a Canadian who’s been living in Sweden for the past 15 years.
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Frank Castellucio is a self-taught sculptor whose work in clay and bronze explores the cycles of life.
Herman Miller, long known for its collaborations with modernists Charles and Ray Eames as well as Eero...
Only eight seats remain for the June 18 tour of Thomas Jefferson's Poplar Forest.
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By Frank Harmon, FAIA
Few building forms are more familiar than the one-story gabled roof. The earliest...