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New Architecture: Designing the Campus of the Future

“You go into malls and they float all kinds of Roman columns and fake images. It’s Disney. It’s superficial. It’s mass produced. It’s empty.” Travis Price, Award Winning Architect & Philosopher University campus architecture was all about luxury dorms and recreational facilities. The structures did not reflect the high purpose of innovation and creativity that…

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Historical Architecture: Detroit Makes a Statement

  The city of Detroit has gone through a major economic and demographic decline in recent decades. The population of the city has fallen from a high of 1,850,000 in 1950 to 701,000 in 2013. The city’s automobile industry has suffered from global competition and has moved much of the remaining production out of Detroit….

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American Architecture: Architectural Ruins Designed to Heal

Between 1848 and 1890, dozens of grand mental asylums were built around the United States under the Kirkbride Plan, designed by Thomas Story Kirkbride. An architecture of fresh air and sunlight offered a very different curative approach from the crowded facilities that characterized earlier mental health treatment facilities. Overcrowding and funding cuts brought horrid conditions to these spaces…

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Dering Hall Feature: 44 Unique Kitchen Ceiling Lights

Choosing the right ceiling light can add a dramatic focal point to any kitchen. Here we feature 44 unique lighting options that will make a big statement above a kitchen island or breakfast nook. We are so proud to be featured by Dering Hall in their 44 Unique Kitchen Ceiling Lights feature. Our creative and…

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