Even though a year ended a while back, we’re still excited to post what we saw last year. We always make an effort to see buildings wherever we go and this highlights our favorites. We got to go on a very special tour of the Stahl House in Los Angeles, also known as Case Study House #22, designed by Pierre Koenig. Also last year, we enjoyed a trip to Minnesota..
The Grand Canyon is one of the best known and visited national parks in the USA. Perhaps what is less known is that a woman architect designed the buildings that serve the visitors of this great site. Many romantic, rustic stone and timber structures there look like they could have been built by native pueblo or were there when explorers discovered the canyon. Actually, they were designed intentionally in from.
We recently took a trip to Austin to attend the annual Austin Psych Fest music festival. As always when we travel, we find design inspiration. While there, we were able to explore Hyde Park and North Loop. We love looking at buildings and especially houses wherever we travel. We could have spent a lot more time there, but nevertheless, here are some interesting houses for our collection.
On October 13th, 2012, the AIA hosted a panel discussion on women in architecture. The discussion was centered on the statistic that although 50% of architecture students are women, only 18% of them are licensed architects. The main questions with regard to this statistic that were the basis of the event were, 1. is this a problem, and 2. if it is a problem what needs to be done to.
We interviewed with Jeff King and Company and have been featured on their blog. “Jeff King & Co: Where do you look for design inspiration? Eliza Hart: The short list is: nature, other architects (both famous and not so famous), local buildings, and our travels. Stuart Wright and I are both transplants to California by choice and discovered that we are inspired by the California design aesthetic. We’ve spent a.
As the year 2011 comes to a close, we share with you some favorite buildings we were lucky enough to visit this year. We always make an effort to see buildings wherever we go, but 2011 was special because we went to Chicago. This amazing city has some of this country’s most significant ones and we look forward to visiting again. The list is in order of year built. The.
Remodelist featured our Lafayette house, have a look! Thank you Remodelista! Check it out here.