Multifaceted Manhattan

by Bailey Mcgrath

Manhattan seems both like a very small and very large place to me. The density in terms of buildings and people in Manhattan makes the time to travel one mile much greater than it would to go the same distance in a suburban town. This allows this small island to have neighborhoods and places with vastly different person... Read More

07/05/18

Boston’s Timeless Architecture

by Bailey Mcgrath

Having grown up right outside of Boston, I’ve always understood that all of the buildings around me are part of history, and some are the oldest architecture in the country. A fair amount of the homes in my hometown have small plaques next to their house number that read the years that they were built. The entirety o... Read More

05/24/18

La Sagrada Família

by Bailey Mcgrath

This past summer, I took a mini-grand tour of Europe with some friends, our last stop was Barcelona. After having sat through two semesters of Historical Styles in college, I was eager to see all the architecture that I had learned about. My friends were International Business and Sports Management majors, so I excitedl... Read More

12/21/17