BRINGING BACK THE GHOSTS OF FLORIDA ARCHITECTURE
RON HAASE, FAIA returns to a theme he developed and taught at the University of Florida – one of respect for architectural context and vernacular roots. In his new book, THE LAST HOUSE, he brings along the ghosts of Marjorie Rawlings, Paul Rudolph, Leonard Horowitz and Albert Manucy to help make the argument.
THE LAST HOUSE, tells the story of a Florida couple who build four beautiful homes over the course of their married life together. The first is along Cross Creek near Marjorie Rawlings’ home. The second is in the Sarasota area on Siesta Key. The third, an art deco masterpiece on Biscayne Bay, and then their last house – a beachside retirement home in Summer Haven near St Augustine.
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