Monthly Archives: November 2009

Georgetown, DC

Georgetown is an incredible neighborhood on the west side of Washington, DC. It has a great mix of residential and retail background buildings, animated by a rich and vibrant street life.

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Winter Park, FL

Recently the Institute of Classical Architecture & Classical America’s Florida Chapter hosted Winter Park Tour d’Elegance, an architectural tour of several key areas of Winter Park, Florida. Notable sites included Rollins College (see previous post), Park Avenue, and Casa Feliz (designed by architect James Gamble Rogers).

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Rollins College, FL

Rollins College is one of the most beautiful campus in Florida, and was the site of Winter Park Tour d’Elegance, a recent tour hosted by the Institute of Classical Architecture & Classical America’s Florida Chapter. Notable architects with buildings on the campus include Ralph Adams Cram, James Gamble Rogers, and Kiehnel & Elliot.

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Kentlands, MD

Kentlands is an incredible model for the development of new towns. It has a wonderful pedestrian scale that learns from the best neighborhoods of old. Its commercial core is located such that it serves as a regional center for drive-by traffic as well as a walkable town center for residents. The architecture serves as a [...]

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Annapolis, MD

The Annapolis urban center is definitely worth a visit if you’re ever in the area. It is home to a great mix of colonial civic, residential, and commercial architecture.

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