The first house that the famous British neoclassicist completed after finishing his Grand Tour is now on the market.
Blenheim Palace architect Sir John Vanbrugh also did a manor house in Glouchestershire. Now for sale for over $3 million.
Got $3.5 million? The last Augustus Welby Northmore Pugin house in private hands is for sale in Dorset, England.
Charlotte Perriand doors up for auction in New Jersey show Ned Cramer a new side of the French architect and designer.
Ned Cramer is editor-in-chief of ARCHITECT and editorial director of the Architect group at Hanley Wood, a Washington, D.C.-based business media company. Prior to joining Hanley Wood, Cramer served as the first full-time curator of the Chicago Architecture Foundation. The Avery Architectural Index lists nearly 100 articles with Ned's byline, many written in his former capacity as executive editor of Architecture magazine. The recipient of an Arts Administration Fellowship from the National Endowment for the Arts, Ned is an alumnus of the Rice University School of Architecture. He was born and raised in St. Louis.
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