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Born in 1899 in Garden Valley, Idaho, artist James Castle gained worldwide renown, with his works in the collections of institutions such as the Smithsonian Institute and the Whitney Museum. A major figure in American folk art, he was also deaf, comm
Maintaining commercial buildings, especially older ones, can be full of surprises. Frequently, the focus is on interiors: lighting, air quality, access, and so on. It’s the exterior that is sometimes forgotten about and as a result can develop cond
Recently, our principal David Wessel talked with Kenneth Varner, president and chief executive officer of Cypress Lawn, to get his take on the role of historic structures in cemeteries.
Upon landing in Hong Kong on our way to Cambodia, I checked my email. Waiting for me was a message from the Cambodian Visa Department. My heart sunk; what could be wrong? I was sure my papers were in order and we were all set...
Preservation, Art, Architecture, and History. Articles from around the web, curated for your reading pleasure.
The architect and artist speaks about the GSAPP's new historic preservation Ph.D program.
In an age when the tools of education such as books, notepads, and ballpoint pens are becoming obsolete, campus buildings are being reinvented, one by one […] So how should we approach preservation planning?
“He wanted the Capitol to rival the great palaces of Europe and to impress visitors, conveying the message that America had culturally come of age.”
"The idea of cooling a house in hot climates is nothing new—ancient Egypt used courtyards to promote air flow through buildings," says Jonathan Hogg…