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I was fortunate enough to get an early look at the latest project by Renzo Piano – the Fort Worth Kimbell Art Museum expansion. Most of these images have not been seen before so I thought I would share them with you. Enjoy.

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Deconstruction is an environmentally friendly alternative to demolition but why should you consider it?

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Sea Ranch, California

Bob Borson —  October 15, 2012 — 16 Comments

I recently took a trip to Sea Ranch, California and while my wife and daughter explored the tide pools, I set off to find Condominium One, one of the most significant landmarks of post war american architecture.

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London Architecture Guide

Bob Borson —  September 7, 2011 — 22 Comments

Like any respectable architect, I have been doing my homework. In two weeks, I am heading off on a quick 5-day trip to London so I put together a list of some places I would like to visit while in town.

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Seaside Florida is the birthplace of New Urbanism, but you don’t have to know that to appreciate the architecture of the place. You don’t even need to know why you like it – but you will.

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Designed in 1991 by Samuel Mockbee and Coleman Coker, this is one of the best houses in all of Seaside – a place where there are houses by famous architects on every street.

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The Seaside Chapel

Bob Borson —  July 25, 2011 — 12 Comments

I spent most of the last week on vacation in town of Seaside, Florida – the birthplace of New Urbanism, and wanted to share a look at one of the best buildings designed there – the Seaside Chapel.

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