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The Fireplace Makes a Statement Whether It’s Gas or Wood Burning

The Fireplace Makes a Statement Whether It’s Gas or Wood Burning

Nothing warms up a room like a fireplace. Historically, fireplaces were a necessity and had a dual purpose of cooking and heating. As time and modern conveniences progressed, the hearth … Continue reading

Filed under : Design
Author : Melanie Turner
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The Compromise of Public Space Design

The Compromise of Public Space Design

The proud design team, from Pfau Long Architecture and KMD Architects, of San Francisco’s Pier 27 Cruise Ship Terminal It’s interesting how an interview with a savvy media professional about a … Continue reading

Author : Peter Pfau
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What Does Learning Commons Mean for Your School?

What Does Learning Commons Mean for Your School?

“Our interpretation of the world of information and technology now, compared to how it used to be – affect the kind of environment we need to construct for the young … Continue reading

Filed under : Indepdendent Schools
Author : Kami Kinkaid
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