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One of the most well known American architects of the 20th century was Frank Lloyd Wright. I was perusing some websites and came across a description of the 20 Most Beautiful Wright Houses. Take a look. What didn’t make the list is one of my local favorites, the Hanna House or “Honeycomb House” in Palo… Read more »

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The author of “Room Color and How it Affects Your Mood” had some very good points. However, culture and experience also have something to do with the mood that color schemes create as well. I love earth tones, the amazing shades and tones of wood and stone. Incorporating these as accent colors with various tones of… Read more »

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Thanks so much Amanda Miller and BuildDirect for naming me one of the 15 best architects in San Jose. And congratulations to all my colleagues!   “Linder Jones Linder is the principal architect at Studio Linder Architects, where he leads an experienced architectural team that is passionate about taking on any challenging project. Among other honors, Linder has won multiple… Read more »

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I am a member of the  AiASCV Scholarship Committee and met last week to begin the process of selecting this year’s recipients of scholarships. The three scholarships are: •AIASCV William R. Hawley Scholarship Fund •Ehrlich Rominger Scholarship Fund •Leo and Trinidad Sanchez Scholarship Fund Nongovernment scholarships and financial aid programs don’t get a lot of… Read more »

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I.M. Pei is one of the world’s most famous architects. Today is his birthday. He’s 99 years old. Chinese-born Ieoh Ming Pei emigrated to the United States and took New York by storm as a young man. He is most well-known for the Pyramid at the Louvre in Paris and the National Gallery of Art…. Read more »

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Custom millwork for your cabinets, panels and molding really show off your home. Historically millwork was any milled wood product used for construction. If you look at antique wood furniture you can see the design and styling that went into its manufacture. Many styles come to us from European furniture and home builders, including Tudor,… Read more »

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It’s National Architecture Week. Nice to have a whole week for your own profession. I still love being an architect although it has been many years since I launched my career. I still love working with homeowners, designers and builders to create beautiful and practical living environments. The esthetic quality of a good build in… Read more »

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Chicago, Illinois has some interesting architecture. One of my favorite is the two towers of the Corn Cob Condominium Complex.The balconies have the shape of, you guessed it, corn kernels. It is actually known as Marina City. Architect Bertrand Goldberg designed the complex in 1959, and it was completed in 1964. At the time it… Read more »