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Life in Rome - Buon Rientro and a Dolce Far Niente Progress Report

While my family and friends in the States are enjoying the last sunrays of Summer 2014 this Labor Day, it’s Il Rientro here in Italy. 433 more words

Me Myself And I

Soviet Architecture in Caucasus

This week we’ll be looking at some of the more remarkable structures built by the Soviets in the Caucasus region.

Built in 1979, this house was built to have a panoramic outlook on the valley below. 34 more words


The Kiss

This is a statue near the USS Midway that replicates the iconic kiss form Life magazine. Not artistic mastery here but I liked.


City of Liverpool Library opens up with Reynears Architectural Systems

Reynaers curtain walling and architectural aluminium systems played a significant role in the recent £50 million PFI restoration and redevelopment of the historic Liverpool Central Library… 453 more words



When I was in school, I remember our professors telling us that only about 10% of the people educated to be architects will actually end up being architects. 195 more words


Schueco launches new manual version of sucessful panoramic sliding door system

In August this year, the UK’s leading aluminium systems specialist, Schueco UK Ltd, is further augmenting its range of glazed, panoramic sliding doors with the introduction of a manual version of its successful Schueco ASS 77 PD.HI system. 301 more words



Real carriage. Fake horse.  It’s a small lane in the middle of the old Gettysburg.

This is one of the many things I love about tourist towns. 291 more words