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The Indirect Architecture of Pablo Picasso

The Indirect Architecture of Pablo Picasso

Pablo Picasso has been an inspiration in many genres. His unique perspective has been the subject of countless articles, books, as well as theoretical discussions. Picasso’s creativity made him a genius.  Picasso has been recognized as the inventor of the Cubism...

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Women’s History Month Spotlight: Architect Kazuyo Sejima

Women’s History Month Spotlight: Architect Kazuyo Sejima

“Architecture is how people meet space.” -- Kazuyo Sejima On October 29, 1956, Kazuyo Sejima was born in Ibaraki, a Japanese prefecture 62 miles from Tokyo. Kazuyo received her master’s degree in architecture in 1981 from Japan Women's University. By 1987, she had her...

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In Honor of Women’s History Month: Norma Merrick Sklarek

In Honor of Women’s History Month: Norma Merrick Sklarek

Norma Merrick Sklarek was often referred to as the “Rosa Parks of Architecture.” This was due to the fact that she had to overcome much adversity when she started her career. This highly educated woman with a bachelor's degree from Columbia University School of...

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In Honor of Women’s History Month

In Honor of Women’s History Month

As everyone knows, every March is designated as Women’s History Month. We honor women who had a significant impact on history. Not only did they make a huge impact, but they did it against all odds and in turn created a future where other women could prosper. Let’s...

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George Prather and the Mystery Spot

George Prather and the Mystery Spot

George Prather was the son of a farmer, born near Fresno in California. He had a natural affinity for working with machinery and electricity, and that brought out his God-given talents. Known for being a talented electrician, mechanic, and inventor, George moved his...

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Brilliant Black Architects That Were Part of the Journey

Brilliant Black Architects That Were Part of the Journey

In honor of Black History Month, we would like to pay homage to the black architects who laid down the foundation for those who would succeed them. Every footstep that has been walked by these predecessors have paved a path for other black architects to take part in...

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The Story of Architect Stanford White

The Story of Architect Stanford White

Stanford White was an American architect who had a brilliant career in the late 19th century. Although White didn’t have any formal training to be an architect, he was Henry Hobson Richardson’s principal assistant, who at that time was known as the world’s greatest...

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