Making Metro Modern
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Making Metro Modern

Who could pass up a 1950s Erector Set Ferris Wheel? Of course you need that. It’s fantastic! Sally and David Ramert’s love of Richmond is palpable too and we’re glad they are here. Richmond’s Metro Modern is a fabulous place to find things you didn’t realize were cool… until you remembered they were. The kind … Continue reading

“The Essence of a Cemetery Landscape”
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“The Essence of a Cemetery Landscape”

Originally written for American Cemetery Magazine by Ron Wolfe, AIA in December, 2006 while with SMBW Architects in Richmond, Virginia. The original article has been republished here with written permission of the publisher, Kates-Boylston. A serendipitous meeting in 1847 by two men from Richmond, Va., led to one of the most important civic landscapes in that … Continue reading