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U.S. Capitol grounds magnolias in March 2020

Assault on Sacred Architecture

In this essay in Common/Edge, Michael J. Crosbie talks about the response to the Capitol attack that demonstrated that even civic buildings can inhabit the realm of sacred architecture
OurDomain Student Housing, Amsterdam by OZ Architect

2021 Transformative Buildings

Even with the halt of construction around the world due to Covid 19, these new projects commissioned and designed way before the pandemic are keeping with the sustainable ethos of the world’s best architecture
Reasons to build in Wood

Reasons to build in Wood

For centuries, before concrete and steel structures became common place, wood was the building material of choice
Carol Johnson camping, 1951

Remembering Carol R. Johnson

Carol R. Johnson, founder of what became one of the largest woman-owned landscape architecture practices in the United States, died December 11, 2020
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