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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...
02. "Mont St. Michel July 26, 1914"
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...
02. "Temple de la Concorde a Agrigenti," c.1823 [Sicily]
Plankweld—a laminated plywood promoted as “real wood paneling” that you “can install… yourself” without the use of nails or power tools—was one of many such mass-produced...
02. "Weldwood Prefinished Plankweld." United States Plywood Corporation; Seattle, WA; 1955.
Knoll Associates was founded in 1946 by Hans and Florence (née Schust) Knoll, both of whom had a background in design. Hans’ father, Walter, was a German modern furniture manufacturer who had...
02. [Catalog]. Knoll, Inc.  East Greenville, PA; 2004.
Archigram 7 was released as a series of loose printed sheets and an electronic resistor, distributed in a plastic bag. The issue was devoted to networks and the interchange of thought within...
02. <em>Archigram</em> 7. London: Archigram, 1966
J.W. Taylor, photographer.
View c.1890.
Edward Baumann and Harris Huehl, architects, 1890.
One of the first commercial photographers specializing in architecture J. W. Taylor worked...
02. <em>Chamber of Commerce Building, Interior</em>, J.W. Taylor.
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