These new photographs show American architect Richard Meier’s Douglas House perched above Lake Michigan, which has been added to the USA’s National Register of Historic Places (+ slideshow). The designation by the National Park Service recognises the house’s historical and architectural significance, joining a list of monuments deemed worthy of preservation. Photograph by Scott FrancesCompleted…

a través de Richard Meier’s Douglas House joins America’s historic places list — Dezeen

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About the Author Roberth Jordan

Arquitecto especializado en diseño de negocios dedicado al Urban Sketch

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