Tag Archives: Book Review

Visions of Seaside

Enjoy this review of the definitive book on Seaside, Fla., and the state of New Urbanism.

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The Chesapeake House

An extremely informative book from the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation.

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Lost Communities of Virginia

This thoroughly researched book reveals the magic that made these once-thriving Virginia communities and the factors that led to their demise.

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An Insider Remembers Vietnam, Korea Memorials

Vietnam War Memorial architect of record William Lecky, FAIA, reflects on the rewards and tribulations of realizing that and the Korean War Memorial on the Capital Mall.

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Bigger Can Be Better (If You Are Working Smarter)

The Harvard Builders Study of performance during the last homebuilding boom points the way to a better set of business strategies.

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A Picture Book on Rail Stations, Not a History of Their Architecture

Historian Tony Wrenn, Hon. AIA, analyzes Railroad Stations—The Buildings That Linked the Nation.

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