Archive for the ‘Bauhaus’
The Long Weekend column in the Post gives the inside scoop on visiting Bauhaus founder Walter Gropius’ 1938 house in Lincoln, Mass., near Boston. The home, designated a National Historic Landmark in 2002, is owned and maintained by Historic New England.
I wish there were more pictures of this all white, Bauhaus-like 1978 contemporary in Georgetown by D.C. architect Arthur Cotton Moore, best known for his historic renovation of the Old Post Office and the Jefferson Building of the Library of Congress and for his design for Washington Harbor. In the one picture, you can see [...]