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Yale-educated George Nelson (1908-86) was a thinker and a doer, an architect and a designer, and a writer...
Daniel Lyman is a thoughtful undergrad at the University of Utah’s school of architecture who’s found...
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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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...