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Chris Risher: Colonial Revivalist?

I’ve often admired this little brick commercial building on Old Canton Road in Jackson, just south of Highland Village, for its use of traditional motifs like the brick veneer, columned gallery, pilastered door surround, and other thoughtful details in what is clearly a 1960s or 1970s building. 1,101 more words

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Smith House

Sorry about last week, my friends.  I ended up more swamped with work than I anticipated and so I was going to push back my Wednesday post and then I got sick so here it is, a new post a week late. 1,743 more words

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Here are the 2014 HALS Challenge Winners

The results of the 5th annual HALS Challenge, Documenting Landscapes of the New Deal, were announced at the HALS Meeting that took place during the… 822 more words

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Support the Architectural Heritage Center

Arciform has been a proud sponsor of the AHC for many years, and we invite you to support this wonderful organization.

The Architectural Heritage Center… 144 more words

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Suzassippi's Mississippi Church Tour: Please sign the visitor's card

In her Historic Churches of Mississippi (Sherry Pace, with Richard J. Cawthon, 2007, University Press of Mississippi), Pace takes us on a tour of churches throughout the state. 108 more words

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Interview with William Wenk on Denver's Efforts to Become a More Sustainable City

William Wenk, FASLA, is the founder and president of Wenk Associates. This interview was conducted at the ASLA 2014 Annual Meeting in Denver. 

Denver has made great strides in its… 2,679 more words

Landscape Architecture

Landscape Architecture in the News Highlights (December 1 - 15)

William B. Callaway, Noted Bay Area Landscape Architect, Dies – The San Francisco Chronicle, 12/5/14
“His Bay Area work was equally varied, be it Refuge Valley Community Park in Hercules with its gazebo and lake that are a popular backdrop for wedding and quinceañera photographs, or the ascending stacks of triangular granite in the plaza outside the 101 California St. 276 more words

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