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Cruise ship in Charleston port, February 2013
Completed Project
Charleston, South Carolina, United States

Charleston Historic District

Charleston was founded in 1670 by English colonists and relocated in 1680 to its present location, where the Ashley and Cooper rivers meet the Atlantic Ocean.
Last remaining log cabin at Fort Apache, conservation completed in 1996. It currently houses the tribe's Enterprise Division and Office of Tourism., January 1999
Completed Project
Apache Tribal Lands, United States

Fort Apache

The 7,500-acre Fort Apache Reservation served as operations base from which the US Army carried out assaults against renegade Apache bands in an effort to settle the West.
View of damaged seats, February 2010
Completed Project
Miami, Florida, United States

Miami Marine Stadium

Commodore Ralph Middleton Munroe Miami Marine Stadium was the first purpose-built venue for powerboat racing in the United States.
Exterior view of the Annie Pfeiffer Chapel’s western façade, April/May 2009
Completed Project
Lakeland, Florida, United States

Florida Southern College

Located on a hillside overlooking Lake Hollingsworth, Florida Southern College contains the largest collection of Frank Lloyd Wright buildings in the world.
Taos Pueblo Governor, War Chief, and Council. Taos is governed by a traditional tribal government, 2008
Completed Project
Taos Pueblo, New Mexico, United States

Taos Pueblo

Situated in the sun-baked valley of a Rio Grande tributary and continuously inhabited for 1,000 years, the community and architecture of Taos Pueblo exemplify the enduring spirit of the Pueblo people.
Frank Lloyd Wright-Designed Home Endangered By Heavy Rains
Completed Project
Los Angeles, California, United States

Ennis Brown House

In the 1920s, Frank Lloyd Wright built a series of textile-block houses based on the idea that buildings should draw materials from their natural environments.
Completed Project
New York Harbor, New York & New Jersey, United States

South Side of Ellis Island

Ellis Island in New York Harbor was the principle point of entry for immigrants to America from 1892 until 1924, during which period an estimated 12 million people were processed.
Window sash repair, June 29, 2009
Completed Project
Newburgh, New York, United States

Dutch Reformed Church

The Dutch Reformed Church in Newburgh, New York, sits on a bluff overlooking the Hudson River and is a reminder of the wealth that came early to settlements in New York.
Completed Project
Old Westbury, New York, United States

A. Conger Goodyear House

When the A. Conger Goodyear House was completed in 1938, Edward Durell Stone was already well-known as one of the country's leading architects working in the International Style.
Completed Project
San Francisco, California, United States

Golden Gate Park Conservatory of Flowers

The Conservatory of Flowers is the oldest surviving structure in San Francisco's Golden Gate Park, and one of only a few large Victorian greenhouses in the United States.
Completed Project
Chicago, Illinois, United States

Tree Studios and Medinah Temple

Commissioned by philanthropist Judge Lambert Tree, the Tree Studios were designed as an artists' residence by the Parfitt Brothers architectural firm.

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