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Our town's commitment to preserving its Sarasota School of Architecture buildings landed it on the list of "52 Places for a Changed World."
Tour two of Siesta Key’s architectural gems to learn why the Sarasota School of Architecture’s legacy endures and delights.
Small and Smart
The winning designs are ingenious, modern and affordable.
Kay Kipling and Susan Burns
Architect Paul Rudolph’s internationally acclaimed Umbrella House recently earned the honor.
J. McLaughlin's new collection was shot at local Sarasota School of Architecture residences.
Pulitzer Prize-winning architecture critic Paul Goldberger headlines this year’s Sarasota MOD Weekend.
The Sarasota Architectural Foundation recently restored a covered walkway designed by modernist architect Paul Rudolph.
Midcentury Modern Architecture
It closes April 30 on the grounds of the Ringling Museum.
We're more than just a pretty beach town.
A Paul Rudolph-designed midcentury modern home sells for $5.25 million.
Architect Joe King on replicating the Walker Guest House.
Talking with acclaimed architect Toshiko Mori, who will speak this month in Sarasota.
The home is a tiny masterpiece.
This week Bob Plunket takes us inside a uniquely renovated Lamolithic house on Siesta Key that's currently for sale for $800,000.
This month's "Only in Sarasota" illustration is Paul Rudolph's iconic Cocoon House.
The rerouting of U.S. 41, and its effect on Sarasota's bayfront, caused turmoil in the 1950s.
Illustrator John Pirman illustrates the Paul Rudolph-designed canopy walk at Sarasota High School.
A Lido Key home emphasizes the defining principles of the Sarasota School architectural style.
Yes, tourists come for the beaches, but if we get smart, they'll also come to see our treasure trove of mid-century modern architecture.
Mr. Chatterbox salutes famed Sarasota architect Carl Abbott.