the american concrete institute
Minoru Yamasaki's concrete showpiece.
happy birthday, morris lapidus.
You know the Fontainebleau and the Eden Roc. You might even know the Algiers, the DiLido, or Biltmore Terrace. All are MiMo icons. And all were designed (or at least reworked) by Morris Lapidus. But did you know that the legendary architect of America's midcentury pleasure palaces actually got his start as a storefront designer? To celebrate his birthday, let's take a look back at the storefront king.
bertrand goldberg's heimbach house
Early housing by BG.
charleston's floating bank
Wait, this is in Charleston?
Minoru Yamasaki in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
the niagara falls public library
The one that almost ended Paul Rudolph.
10 things: mary lund davis
All about Mary Lund Davis.
george matsumoto's thrower house
George Matsumoto designs the ultimate party house.
lloyd wright's oasis hotel
Well, what's left of it anyway.
like father, like son
happy birthday to eliel and eero.
This architectural historian cannot stop thinking about buildings, food, and that vintage rug she found online.