Current things going on and articles of interest.
An ongoing project that’s been a joy to work on. Cause everybody knows how much I like working with old buildings right? It’s also been something of a challenge to try to “peel back the layers” of all the additions view more →
This project is from back when I worked for FleischmanGarcia and is still one of my favorites. I’ll even hazard view more →
Yesterday I did a field visit to a historic home in a nearby community. To be frank, the house is in pretty rough shape. But the new owners are going to try to bring it back to life and save view more →
By Frank, I of course mean the iconic architect Frank Lloyd Wright. It all started in the early 1950s, when Robert Berger of San Anselmo, California, asked Wright to design him a house that was “expandable, inexpensive, and easy for view more →
The final Sears in Chicago is closing on Sunday. Known as the Six Corners store, it opened in the Irving Park neighborhood 80 years ago. This was during the Great Depression, but even so, on the first day, 100,000 shoppers view more →
Currently on the boards is a project for an ambitious developer in the Tampa Bay area. The scope involves moving a 117 year old home from it’s current location, to a vacant lot in south Tampa. Then the structure will view more →
This is an urgent message regarding House Bill 7047 that seeks to repeal licensure for interior designers in the state of Florida. Together, American Society of Interior Designers/ASID, International Interior Design Association (IIDA), and IDAF are conducting a strategic “rapid view more →
Upcycling still seems to be all the rage and why not? It’s a great way to find new life for objects that would otherwise simply be taking up space. But what some of those inspiring Pinterest posts don’t tell you, view more →
Here’s to hoping everyone had a prosperous and rewarding 2016 and it carries forward to 2017.