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10/2/2014

Only in Sarasota: Paul Rudolph’s Cocoon House

This month’s “Only in Sarasota” illustration is Paul Rudolph’s iconic Cocoon House.

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10/2/2014

How Should Our Buildings Adapt to Florida’s Rising Sea Levels?

As sea levels rise and Florida sinks, how should our buildings adapt? The new Perez Art Museum Miami points the way.

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09/30/2014

Go Inside a Guy Peterson-Designed, Island-Inspired Modern Home

A Guy Peterson-designed modern home salutes its Sarasota roots and island setting.

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09/30/2014

For Sale: 1916 Dutch Colonial in Downtown Sarasota’s Bungalow Hill

An architect’s own home successfully blends old and new.

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09/24/2014

Sarasota Mod Weekend Kicks Off in October

The Sarasota Architectural Foundation hosts its inaugural Sarasota MOD Weekend Oct. 9-12.

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06/30/2014

Only in Sarasota: Canopy Walk, Sarasota High School

Illustrator John Pirman illustrates the Paul Rudolph-designed canopy walk at Sarasota High School.

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03/1/2014

Only in Sarasota: Herald-Tribune Headquarters, Main Street

The modern Sarasota Herald-Tribune building on Main Street in downtown Sarasota.

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10/1/2013

Vintage Sarasota Signs

Architect Martin Treu, a former Sarasota resident, publishes a new book featuring vintage Sarasota signs.

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10/1/2013

Look Inside the Most Buzzed-About Home in Sarasota: Guy Peterson’s Spencer House

Follow us inside the most talked-about new home in Sarasota.

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06/3/2013

Architecture Guru Carl Abbott Releases New Book

Mr. Chatterbox salutes famed Sarasota architect Carl Abbott.

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