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You Can Always Come Home

Sometimes you have to let something special go to get it back.  And that is exactly what happened with us.  We are proud to say Lewis Robinson is back; back indeed as a full time architect working with us in our expanding business.  472 more words

Bauhaus postcards from 1923

As you might know, I love a good postcard. Here’s something awesome featured in Wired:

In 1923, the Bauhaus was preparing for its first exhibition, where Walter Gropius, the school’s founder, would extol the benefits of industrial mass production.

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A Bauhaus education for the 21st century?

We are familiar with the clean functional lines of the influential modernist Bauhaus school of design founded in Weimar, Germany by Walter Gropius in 1919. The Bauhaus school was more than a training ground for designers, it was based on a set of values which influenced their whole approach including the educational philosophy underpinning their programmes. 592 more words


Getty awards over $1.75 million to fix crappy concrete in "Important Modern Buildings"

Rietveld Schröder House

“Modern architecture is a defining artistic form of the 20th century at considerable risk, often due to the cutting-edge building materials that characterized the movement.” -Deborah Marrow… 212 more words



Is the sun finally setting on Walter Gropius’ Bauhaus?

Walter Gropius brought together various engineers, architects and artists to do under one roof, what they had always done in separate buildings in the past. 176 more words


Stylish Illustrations Showcase Brilliant Quotes From Iconic Architects

Architects are, of course, best known for their aesthetic sensibilities. But as a series of illustrations by Barcelona-based architect and graphic designer Federico Babina (whose work we’ve… 107 more words