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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Born in Jacksonville in 1876, Eartha Mary Magdalene White is among the city’s most notable citizens. Highly talented, entrepreneurial and industrious, she delivered crucial social services to North Florida’s black community. Her projects, to name a few, included an old folk’s home, an orphanage, a home for unwed mothers, a WWII USO, and the Clara […]