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Case Study

Darwin Martin House

A National Historic Landmark, the Darwin Martin House was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in the years 1903 to 1905. Of his many completed structures, the house was the most highly developed design of all of Frank Lloyd Wright’s “Prairie Houses” on the east coast of the U.S. Defined by Wright, prairie houses are “married
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A Call to Remember

The last few months have asked us to search within ourselves and within others for hope, community and joy. It has called us to reflect, to breathe, to focus on slowing down. It has called us to speak up for what we believe in, to understand and listen to others while seeing things differently. It
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Lighting an Urban Oasis

In the 1800s, the great landscape architect Frederick Law Olmstead recognized that access to open lawns, pathways, water, and groves of trees was a critical element of wellbeing for people living in cities; places which were often crowded, unhealthy and polluted. He revolutionized park development and landscape design in America, creating some of our most
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