Michelangelo’s Church of the Angels & Martyrs is a delightful surprise when roaming through Rome.
Somewhere between art deco & the modernist movement, there was Isokon, a web of intrigue in literary London.
Etched in the Mother Road are the stories of the fascinating women of Route 66 who paved their own path along the 2400 mile stretch of road during its broken history. Women of the past and the present, each of them blazing their own trail […]
England is full of fairy-tale and historic castles but I venture to say that few hold the magic of Knole House, part castle, part manor house, part architectural oddity. I readily admit it was the quirky architectural style that drew me to explore Knole House, […]
As much as Frank Lloyd Wright changed the face of American architecture, the same can be said of Ernö Goldfinger to London architecture. The Hungarian born architect and furniture designer introduced the modernist movement to western Europe, specifically London, on a grand scale from the […]