Tag Archives: Richards

Review: Build-On (2009)

In Build-On, Europe’s architectural patrimony meets a living design profession. By William Richards

Read more

Review: The Philip Johnson Tapes

When Philip Johnson came to Charlottesville in 1982, he professed “I am a whore and I am paid very well for building high-rise buildings.” He was nothing if not self-aware. By William Richards

Read more

Questions for an Infidel: Brad Cloepfil

Called an “elementalist” by Metropolis Magazine and an infidel by the old guard, Cloepfil is a newsmaker that has produced some of the most compelling architecture in the last 15 years.

Read more

Sage of Lynchburg

By William Richards The Rivermont section of Lynchburg is perched above the James River, but its winding streets and shady hollows offer few clues to that tactical position. Heading out of town, down in the holler along a white fence, is the family homestead of the University of Miami historian Catherine Lynn since it was […]

Read more