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Architecture Design and Building in Florida, USA - 01
Architecture Design and Building in Florida, USA

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GUY PETERSON'S FLORIDA MODERNISM

Guy Peterson, FAIA, draws on the Sarasota School of Architecture and other influences to create a variety of Florida regional modernism. Peterson spoke with author Saxon Henry about his design philosophy and process. — Editor

Saxon Henry: Why do you think that architects like Mies and Le Corbusier, who were being studied at Harvard during Rudolph's time, have had such an effect on your design philosophies? — Published 2010.0303

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GREEN BUILDING SCHOOL

At the University of Florida in Gainesville, the new home for the School of Building Construction is setting an example for sustainability on campus. Rinker Hall has achieved a "gold" LEED rating from the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC). Its success has raised the bar for this university's new buildings which will now be expected to meet or exceed LEED silver standards. — Published 2005.0309

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POSTCARD FROM THOMASVILLE

Dear ArchitectureWeek,

Visiting Thomasville, in southwestern Georgia, to help judge the 2004 Chrysalis remodeling awards (announced June 11, 2004 in Atlanta, during the Southern Building Show), I was pleased to discover a diverse and venerable built environment. — Published 2004.0526

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