Daily Archives: March 2, 2012

Glass Houses

As I was doing a bit of research on my old drafting professor, and head of the Building Science program at USC, Pierre Koenig earlier today [1], I was reminded as to why I loved modernist architecture so much. It’s … Continue reading

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Through A Glass Darkly

As long as I can remember, I have been fascinated by little babies. They are often immensely curious and entertaining. It has been my pleasure here at Legacy Institute to see the students of two of our employees (one of … Continue reading

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