Dave Glass studied photojournalism at City College of San Francisco, in what he calls “a blue-collar photography program,” in 1969 and 1970. He grew up in the Western Addition, a central district encompassing the row of Victorians nicknamed the Painted
The strategy of raising houses off the ground gained popularity in the 1920s when Le Corbusier announced structures on pilotis as one of the 5 points of modern architecture. A great contribution, especially in the urban issue, as it enables the creation of
All pictures was taken from Steve Cadman It’s true that all trends are circular, and what was once seen as old and outdated becomes new and modern again- in fashion, music, art, and especially architecture. From the mid 20th century, brutalist architecture rose
When the Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum opened in 2019, nearly 75 years had elapsed since the fall of the Third Reich. And yet, the number of anti-Semitic hate crimes was reaching record highs in the United States. Mark Holsinger, a principal at Dallas-based Omniplan who led the design of the museum, says working in this context added a sense of urgency to the project. "Any time there was an incident" such as the 2018 fatal shooting of 11 people at a Jewish synagogue in Pittsburgh, Pa. "it reinvigorated the team," he says. “Everyone sensed the importance of getting this building right."