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Quotes Side by Side: Is Less More?

“Less is more.” — Modernist architect Mies van der Rohe, early 20th century. “Less is a bore.” — Postmodernist architect Robert Venturi, mid 20th century. “The man who said that ‘less is more’ is also saying that nothing is the… Continue Reading →

Short Video on Edward Schulte Churches in Cincinnati

Last week I had the good fortune to go to Cincinnati to give a talk on architect Edward Schulte, who lived from 1890 to 1975. He started out as a traditional church designer and lived long enough to branch into… Continue Reading →

Help Needed: Leo Cartwright

For some time now I have been running across the name of a liturgical artist in my architectural research on the churches of the mid-20th century: Leo Cartwright. He seems to have been quite active in the late 1950s and… Continue Reading →

The Liturgical Image: St. Monica Church, Cincinnati

The has been much discussion in recent years about the nature of imagery in a church. Many people think that if you put a Mary on one side and Joseph on the other, a church has a compete set of… Continue Reading →

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