Jacksonville architect Ted Pappas designs a building to be of its site, not on it. He brings the outside inside. Much of his work focuses on spaces of contemplation such as libraries and churches. Join author Tim Gilmore as he shares excerpts from his new book, Box Broken Open: The Architecture of Ted Pappas.
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Experience Jacksonville at the turn of the 20th century! The James E. Merrill House, a fully furnished home, depicts life in Jacksonville in 1903. The best kept example of 19th century Queen Anne – Eastlake Victorian home is furnished as the Merrills and other middle class Jacksonville families would have lived at that time. The […]
Born in Fernandina Beach, Henrietta C. Dozier graduated from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1899 with an advanced degree in architecture. She was one of only three women in the class of 176 students, and she was the only one to graduate. After working in Atlanta for thirteen years, Henrietta C. Dozier moved her […]