Deals

Sarasota Magazine Signs Long-Term Lease for New Office

The publication plans to move into Bay Plaza Condominium, a downtown building designed by renowned architect Tim Seibert, next spring.

11/20/2018 By Staff

Mod Man

MOD Weekend Honors Architect Tim Seibert

The fourth annual event takes place Nov. 10-12.

11/01/2017 By Ilene Denton

Home Again

An Architecture Lover Gives New Life to Her Childhood Dwelling

Tamara El Boukfaoui restores her 1950s home with love.

03/29/2017 By Ilene Denton Photography by Ryan Gamma

Real Estate Junkie

For Sale: An Icon of Midcentury Modern Architecture

Tim Seibert’s famed Hiss Studio goes on the market.

02/15/2017 By Robert Plunket

Island Time

Go Inside Siesta Key's White Sands Beach Cabanas

The cabanas are a piece of Sarasota architectural history.

06/01/2015 By Ilene Denton

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For Sale: Mid-Century Modern in Cape Haze

Bob Plunket takes us inside a Tim Seibert-designed mid-century modern home in Cape Haze.

03/02/2015 By Robert Plunket

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Go Inside a Restored Sarasota School of Architecture Home

Architect and interior designer Sam and Pam Holladay preserve a Tim Seibert-designed Sarasota School of Architecture treasure.

01/05/2015 By Ilene Denton

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Go Inside a Restored Sarasota School of Architecture Home

Architect and interior designer Sam and Pam Holladay preserve a Tim Seibert-designed Sarasota School of Architecture treasure.

01/05/2015 By Ilene Denton

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A Mid-Century Modern Lido Key Home Gets a Thoughtful Renovation

A Lido Key home emphasizes the defining principles of the Sarasota School architectural style.

10/01/2013 By Carol Tisch Photography by Greg Wilson

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Sarasota Boasts Treasure Trove of Mid-Century Modern Architecture

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.

10/01/2013 By Robert Plunket

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Only in Sarasota: Tim Seibert-Designed Home, Lido Shores

This month: A Tim Seibert-designed Sarasota home.

05/01/2013 Illustrations by John Pirman