Notable Apartments

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Image from page 11 of “In wildest Africa : the record of a hunting and exploration trip through Uganda, Victoria Nyanza, the Kilimanjaro region and British East Africa, with an account of an ascent of the snowfields of Mount Kibo, in East Central Africa,  by Internet Archive Book Images on made of natural materials in Uganda
Image from page 193 of “Houses for town or country” (1907) by Internet Archive Book Images on nouveau bedroom
Image from page 359 of “Real estate record and builders’ guide [electronic resource]” (1888) by Internet Archive Book Images on Flickr.A SOLID BLOCK ON WEST SEVENTY-SIXTH STREET. The row of model houses on West 76th street, Nos. 311 to 331, a view of the five most westerly of which is given on the front page, were built by Messrs. Jacob &Skinner, who invite the closest inspection of their work, which is strictly first-class throughout. These houses are not built in a speculative way. They are all four stories high, of brownstone, Pompeian and Philadelphia brick and terra-cotta, and have copper cornices. They are 18and 20 feet wide and 55 and 60 feet deep,on lots 10 3.2 feet in depth; a three-story extension contains the laundry, servants bath, butlers pantry, bath-rooms and back stairway (private halls to same). The trim is of the very best cabinetwork,all hardwood and enamel work, and there are many n?w features in the interior arrangement. Plumbing of the most approved kind has been done, and all is exposed to view.
Image from page 4 of “Scientific American Volume 86 Number 13 (March 1902)” (1902) by Internet Archive Book Images on Flickr.The building department now gave orders for all families living in the houses facing Park Avenue between 37th and 38th Streets, to vacate their homes.
Image from page 1030 of “General register of the members of the Phi Kappa Sigma fraternity, 1850-1920” (1920) by Internet Archive Book Images on Flickr.ALPHA ZETA CHAPTER HOUSE University of Maryland Alpha Zeta Chapter UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND BALTIMORE, MARYLAND Instituted November 24, A. D. 1899
Image from page 155 of “Year book of the Brooklyn Chapter of the American Institute of Architects” (1908) by Internet Archive Book Images on Flickr.Brooklyn Vault Light Co.

Hospiz Brücke (Hospice Bridge) in Bremen Germany - Villa renovated and converted into 8 room hospice with caring staff and a guest room.


Berlin Townhouse, X-TH Berlin


marcel breuer… stillman house, litchfield ct, 1951
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Ah, mes amis, there’s nothing like retiring to a Brutalist ski lodge after an invigorating day on the slopes, non?
View of the Flaine Ski Resort in Haute-Savoie, France, not before 1969 / Yves Guillemaut, photographer. Marcel Breuer papers, Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.