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Decorative Art Glass Panels by Frank Lloyd Wright Return Home

Decorative Art Glass Panels by Frank Lloyd Wright Return Home

Restoring great houses as museums is a challenge on many fronts. There is the building itself to consider, preserving it at just the right point in its historic timeline, and paying for those restorations, of course. But one aspect that is often forgotten is the restoration of its distinctive furnishings and decorative touches. 

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New Los Angeles Fault Line Maps Cut Through Pricey Real Estate

New Los Angeles Fault Line Maps Cut Through Pricey Real Estate

The California Geological Survey has expanded its draft map coverage of earthquake fault lines to include some of the most desirable--and expensive--real estate in Los Angeles, including Santa Monica, Beverly Hills, Pacific Palisades, and Brentwood. It remains to be seen what impact this will have on further development and renovations in those and other neighborhoods included…

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The Architect's Brain

The Architect's Brain

Many architects think of themselves as creative and perhaps even artistic. So how does they way they think differ from professional artists? 

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David and Gladys Wright House Donated to School of Architecture at Taliesin

David and Gladys Wright House Donated to School of Architecture at Taliesin

It was a dramatic story of near demolition and last-minute rescue, but the David and Gladys Wright house is now in safe hands with the newly rebranded School of Architecture at Taliesin. If you can get past the video ads on its website (warning: turn off the sound on your device), AZCentral has the…

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The Transformative Power of Fractals

The Transformative Power of Fractals

In her recent book, The Nature Fix,  author Florence Williams explores the organized patterns called "fractals" behind seemingly chaotic natural objects and the health benefits they convey to humans...

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Editor's Note: Small Pleasures

Editor's Note: Small Pleasures

There’s a misconception out in the world that custom houses are all lavish and huge. Certainly that rarefied segment of the market exists, but they are not the whole story of custom design and construction, and despite their attractions, they may not even be the most interesting subset of the trade....

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Stewards of the Vines: A California Wine Country House Is Reborn

Stewards of the Vines: A California Wine Country House Is Reborn

“This is the kind of house we love to do,” says Mary Griffin, FAIA, of Turnbull Griffin Haesloop Architects. “This is the kind work we love to do—to give people a wonderful place to live in a wonderful setting.” 

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A Contemporary Interpretation of Low-Country Architecture

A Contemporary Interpretation of Low-Country Architecture

Originally settled in the 1700s, Beaufort, S.C., is not a city renowned for modern design. In fact, its citizens have made considerable efforts over the years to preserve the Low Country region’s architectural heritage. 

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Vroom With a View: A Desert Dwelling for a Car Collector

Vroom With a View: A Desert Dwelling for a Car Collector

If the Case Study modernists were alive today, how would they have felt about the ancient Japanese concept of wabi-sabi?

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An Adaptable Adaptive Reuse Building in Downtown Chattanooga

An Adaptable Adaptive Reuse Building in Downtown Chattanooga

“Whoever is writing the check gets to make the decisions,” says architect Heidi Hefferlin, AIA.  The statement is both simple and profound. 

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