Cincinnati was once the 6th largest city in the country. Once referred to as The Queen of the West, these houses featured our the properties page this past week, so an era of great wealth fro the city. Check out the full piece here!
I am a fan of recycling. That means everything...food scraps, collage art and houses. My home is from 1928 and to be honest we have decided to build new next time. And as much as I hate to see green fields replaced with new houses, this week I focused on new construction. I love this LA house. Click through to see more.
What a show!! Few words can capture what it feels like to stand before these prints. Check out a few of the images here. Salgado and his wife Lélia have dedicated their lives to raising conscienceless through imagery and action. Read more here:
It makes me happy when my love for unique architecture and photography can come together in the same place. These projects exemplify how we can build in harmony with the natural environment through techniques of biomimicry and use of natural materials.
Sometimes we stumble across things things that are to good to pass up photographing like this corner at 34th and Madison. Having catered and done deliveries in the city, I know all to well how this scene went down. Lucky for me I was able to make a quick still life. Too bad for all those people who will be eating with their hands for lunch today.