All posts by “Brandon Graham Donnelly

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One Thousand Museum, Miami

Candace Taylor published an article today in the WSJ about the late Zaha Hadid’s One Thousand Museum tower in downtown Miami. The title: “Zaha Hadid’s Miami Tower Is an Architectural Feat. Is It Designed to Sell?” It’s an interesting case study, particularly for those of… Read More

Two-up, two-down

Feargus O’Sullivan is doing a series in CityLab right now on the “home designs” that define four European cities: London, Berlin, Amsterdam, and Paris. The first one is on London’s classic “two-up, two-down” design, which refers to a two storey home with a living room… Read More

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Hotels are here to stay

I have a copy of Monocle’s Guide to Hotels, Inns and Hideaways sitting on my desk and I love flipping through it. There’s something magical about a great hotel. Part of that magic is intrinsic — it’s just a good hotel. And part of it… Read More