In the Land of the Bungalow
On a recent trip to California, I had the chance to sneak in a
quick trip to one of America’s most influential houses- Charles and Henry Greene’s iconic "Ultimate Bungalow", the
Gamble House. By the mid-nineteenth
century, architects were beginning to turn away from the monumental, historic
styles of t...
Michelangelo: Divine Draftsman & Designer
This past weekend I wandered through Central Park to the
Metropolitan Museum of Art to see a special exhibit I had been dying to see for
Divine Draftsman & Designer. Michelangelo di Lodovico Buonarroti Simoni, or
more commonly known simply by his first name Michelangelo (1475-1564), wa...
After the devastating effects of Hurricane Irma, it is great to hear that the Florida Keys will officially reopen to
tourists on Sunday October 1st. While
some areas still need more time to recover, the Keys are reopening 3 weeks
earlier than expected. I was very lucky to have experienced the Keys earlier this y...
Miami Art and Architecture
Having studied architecture at the University of
Miami, I tend to find myself coming back to the area every so often...any chance
I get, really! This spring, I took a few days to escape down to explore a
little bit of Miami Beach and Wynwood.Miami Beach- Ocean
DriveWe started off the trip with a bike ride through