Re: Traditional Structure

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Posted by  Paul Malo on June 07, 2002 at 09:18:43:

In Reply to:  Traditional Structure posted by Joshua Johnson on June 07, 2002 at 09:03:58:

Good for you! Definitely, you have an instinct for architecture, Josh. You'll have search to find the sort of school that will be sympathetic to your particular interests and tastes, however. For starters, you might check Notre Dame University (I presume you are in the US, since your project is for NYS, but it looks more British--I don't know of any authentic half-timber vernacular work here in NY State).

Check the web site for the architect Robert Stern. You'll see some beautiful and inspiring work. Also look at the web site for Farifax and Sammons, link below.

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