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THE RADFORD ARCHITECTURAL COMPANY

The Radford American Homes: 100 House Plans. Riverside, IL: The Radford Architectural Company, 1903.

Front Elevation, Details, and...
01. "House Design No. 504"
ALFRED P. SHAW (1895-1970)
Shaw was born in Boston and studied architecture at the Boston Architectural Club. After his early employment in Boston with Maginnis and Walsh and Shepley, Rutan and...
01. "Nouailles July 18 '14" [L'&$233;glise Saint-Lucien, Noailles, France]
PIERRE-FRANÇOIS-LOUIS FONTAINE (1798-1863)
Fontaine was a student of architecture under Charles Percier at the École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts in Paris beginning in...
01. "Temple de la Concorde a Agrigenti," c.1823 [Sicily]
WILLIAM D. HALFPENNY (died 1755)

Practical Architecture or a Sure Guide to the True Working according to the Rules of that Science: Representing the Five Orders, ... Taken from Inigo...
01. "The Ionick [sic] Order"
HOUSES FROM KITS

Aladdin Houses: "Built in a Day." Bay City, MI: North American Construction Company, 1914.
01. "The Romeo" and "The Marsden"
In line with eighteenth-century Enlightenment ideals, the library is designed as a public space that gathers all human knowledge, making it accessible to all. The room is defined by the massive form...
01. &#201;tienne-Louis Boull&#233;e, <em>Project for the Bibliotheque du Roi, in M&#233;moire sur les Moyens de Procurer &#225; la Biblioth&#233;que du Roi les Avantages que ce Monument Exige.</em> Paris: L. Cellot, [1785]
Archigram 6 was conceived of as two magazines—the front half of the issue is devoted to innovations of the 1960s; the back half is devoted to the 1940s. University Node is an appendage of...
01. <em>Archigram</em> 6. London: Archigram, 1965
Bruce Goff (1904-1982).
Patri Residence Elevation, Corte Madera, CA, 1946.
After his service with a naval construction battalion in World War II, Goff employed the Quonset hut...
01. <em>Patri Residence, elevation/<em>.
The Chicago Spire, promotional event invitation, 2008. Santiago Calatrava, architect.
01. <em>The Chicago Spire</em>
1200 W. Belden Ave.
1897 by Richard E. Schmidt
Closed 1968, Demolished 1977; now the site of a nursing home
This was the first hospital designed by Richard E. Schmidt and was also...
01. Alexian Brothers Hospital
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