The Paramount Theatre in Cedar Rapids, IA, has been restored
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VOL. 27/NO. 4 August 2014
Table of Contents
THE 2014 CLEM LABINE AWARD
Training Leaders of Tomorrow
The sixth annual Clem Labine Award goes to Robert A. Baird of Historical Arts & Casting, Inc.
By Annabel Hsin
Flooring: What’s underfoot?
When it comes to flooring, various materials
offer beauty, history and durability.
By Gordon Bock
New Life on Canal Street
The historic Saenger Theatre in New Orleans
has been restored by Martinez + Johnson, and
the firm also has another work in progress in
Brooklyn, NY – the Loew’s Kings Theatre.
After the Flood
OPN Architects and Martinez + Johnson
collaborated on the restoration of the
Paramount Theatre in Cedar Rapids, IA.
A Mural to Inspire
Joseph Aruta’s ceiling mural in the
Sherry-Netherland Hotel in New York City
has been brought back to life.
Aging With Grace
Visions of Seaside: Foundation/Evolution/Imagination. Built and Unbuilt Architecture, by Dhiru A. Thadani
Reviewed by Steven W. Semes
Why Do Architects Make Ugly Buildings?
By Michael W. Mehaffy
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