“Locals still mourn the loss of Mr. Toad’s Wild Ride at Disney, and love to ogle homeboy David Siegel’s imitation Versailles, a monstrosity of a house that isn’t even finished (though it has inspired a hit documentary, The Queen of Versailles). These icons of artifice pass for landmarks in the City Beautiful, while real landmarks, like Winter Park’s 128-year-old Capen House, fight for existence.”
So begins Richard Reep’s recent article in the Orlando Weekly. Read the entire article at this link:
AIA NATIONAL CONVENTION
April 27-29 2017
AIA Orlando is excited to be the host chapter for the 2017 AIA Convention! The Orlando area offers a vibrant diversity of architecture (from Frank Lloyd Wright, Bauhaus to Calatrava), has a vibrant arts community, an innovative technology and simulation industry, and is a leading hub for healthcare. Join us for the 2017 AIA National Convention at the Orange County Convention Center.
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