My love of video games is as strong as my love of historic preservation, so when I’m seeing where they converge I take note. One thing that I’m loving […]
It all started as my grad school Preservation Planning class project: Create a historic preservation plan. We could choose where. As in anywhere. I could have gone for somewhere that […]
I’ve always loved the bungalow homes in DC’s Woodridge neighborhood. I would love a home like this.
This is Calvary Baptist Church on H St. NW, designed by Adolph Cluss. The spire is a fiberglass reconstruction of the original 1866 cast-iron one that fell off during a […]
I’ve been super-busy working on a report for my Preservation Technology class. I have been researching an 1893 rowhouse built by architect B. Stanley Simmons as an investment property for […]
How the lack of sidewalks could act as a social barrier became clear to me recently. I am a sucker for all shows house- and architecture-related, and was watching one on […]