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VOL. 15/NO. 2, March 2014
Table of Contents
The Art Lover
Turn-of-the-century architect/designer Charles Rennie Mackintosh
combined Arts & Crafts with Art Nouveau to create the "Glasgow Style."
By Lynne Lavelle
A storied apartment within NYC's Osborne building is newly renovated
by Zivkovic Connolly Architects.
By Nancy A. Ruhling
Kirk E. Peterson & Associates Architects renovates a master bath and
dressing room to complement a 1912 Beaux-Arts home in Piedmont, CA.
By Annabel Hsin
Tomorrow's Arts & Crafts Lighting
Four manufacturers discuss the next phase of an iconic lighting style.
By Gordon Bock
William Hodgins Interiors ,
by Stephen M. Salny
Reviewed by Kiley Jacques
The Buildings We Love, By Alvin Holm
Ornament signifies that a building is loved.
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