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Sara Johnson

Sara Johnson

Sara Johnson is the associate editor, design news at ARCHITECT. Previously, she was a fellow at CityLab. Her work has also appeared in San Francisco, San Francisco Brides, California Brides, DCist, Patchwork Nation, and The Christian Science Monitor. Follow her on Twitter at @SaraA_Johnson.

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The Vanna Venturi House's New Owner Settles Into the Postmodern Icon The Vanna Venturi House's New Owner Settles Into the Postmodern Icon

Philadelphia lawyer David Lockard, a longtime neighborhood resident and new empty-nester, has been slowly moving into the house since he was handed keys at the end of June. Last week, his new home was officially named to the Philadelphia Register of Historic Places. Read more

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AIA CEO Robert Ivy Comments on Presidential and Congressional Election Outcomes AIA CEO Robert Ivy Comments on Presidential and Congressional Election Outcomes

"The AIA and its 89,000 members are committed to working with President-elect Trump to address the issues our country faces, particularly strengthening the nation’s aging infrastructure." Read more

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Q+A: Architect Peter Pennoyer on Designing His "Carved, Beautifully Detailed Box" Q+A: Architect Peter Pennoyer on Designing His "Carved, Beautifully Detailed Box"

We spoke with the New York traditionalist architect about the house he and his wife, interior designer Katie Ridder, designed for themselves, which is the subject of a new book, "A House in the Country." Read more

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This Bare-Bones Cabin Could Shelter Weary Hikers in the Icelandic Wilderness Sometime Next Year This Bare-Bones Cabin Could Shelter Weary Hikers in the Icelandic Wilderness Sometime Next Year

Toronto studio Origins designed the winning entry in the Iceland Trekking Cabin competition. Read more

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Artist Yayoi Kusama Bedecks the Glass House with Speckles Artist Yayoi Kusama Bedecks the Glass House with Speckles

Red polka dots currently obscure the transparent façade of Philip Johnson's house in New Canaan. Read more

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