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The Case Against ‘Open Concept’ Floor Plans

post by: Tyson Chamberlain The Open Concept in today’s architecture has popularized expansive volumes of open area, devoid of interior partitions: eliminating walls and the separation of rooms in favor of large, common living spaces with as many windows as possible. I think that this approach

Gentleman Designer

post by: Tim Lucci Recently I visited George Washington’s Mt. Vernon. I was struck by the beauty and thoughtfulness of this place. George Washington was not an architect. There was no such thing as a colonial architect. In fact, there were no trained architects in colonial