During the Juneteenth holiday weekend celebrating the abolition of slavery, I drove across our nation’s capital for a look at the Emancipation Memorial,…
Classical architects can express institutional gravitas by relying on precedent established by the great works of the past.
Much of modern architecture is inhuman—both in appearance and scale.
The Greeks realized that what we see on our retinal movie screens and what is are two different things.
Historic preservation is useful and important, but it implicitly assumes that we cannot equal our best historic architecture today.