Have you got your halloween costume ready? Easily be the sexiest person at the party as … AN ARCHITECT.
Decorating for Halloween signals that we are participating in a neighborhood ritual – reinforcing our community citizenship – and that we plan to throw open our door on Saturday to anyone who rings the bell.
Cemeteries have a compelling history, transforming from unsanitary resting places to picturesque parks, before settling into plain, landscaped lawns, losing not a few bones along the way in the move. Knowing this, we may never look at those subterranean skeleton decorations in quite in the same way again. Our Tuesday post “Spooky Architecture: Cities…
The Cemetery: spooky, somber and no picnic … spot. Wrong. We explore cemeteries past and present, looking at cities from Paris to Cahokia, and Chicago.