Zaha Hadid enters history….


We lost Zaha Hadid: Thursday March 24 2016 she was 65.  You can read more here. She considered herself one who “pushes boundaries” yet as one who still respects traditional architecture, I think the pushing of too many boundaries is one of our biggest problems as architects today. Without boundaries you have little order, architecture is actually all about principles of ordering things. As my friend Richard Doria stated once … Read More →

Julia Morgan: “Artistry in Architecture” May 18th 2016-7:00 pm

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    Artistry in Architecture: Julia Morgan                                      At talk with the Cloverdale Historical Society May 18th 2016 @ 7:00 Pm.: Cloverdale Performing Arts Center. 209 N Cloverdale Blvd, Cloverdale, CA 95425 See map here   Julia Morgan remains one of the most prolific, effective and accomplished architects of her era.  Modest, talented … Read More →