We had a truly spectacular week in Bruges, where I enjoyed some frog legs, Stella, and a bit of life-changing masonry.
The two-story Georgian Revival was a staple of post-war development in America, and can be found on corner lots in cities and suburbs everywhere.
A loss of Classical proportions prompts the need for creative blending of the upper window casements and entablature, which, if successful, allows for a more credible tectonic claim.
In 1805, Detroit’s progress was nearly nullified in a city-wide fire. The loss of property quickly spurred a rebuilding campaign that included a plan for the city by Justice Augustus B. Woodward, a friend of Thomas Jefferson deployed to the region to serve as a judge.
It was a great semester of design informed by our August trip to Havana.