In each episode of PORTRAITS IN ARCHITECTURE, host Geoffrey Baer engages with a different prominent architect, traces their life story, hears about their philosophies, and tours some of their most notable works.
Chicago-based architect Tom Beeby is one of the great participants in the American post-modernist architectural saga, contributing a bold edifice with the Harold Washington Public Library in Chicago.
Pier Carlo Bontempi is a Parma-based architect who is subtly exploring the vernacular forms of northern Italy.
David M. Schwarz has a busy office in Washington, D.
Scott Merrill was an early participant in the New Urbanist town of Seaside, Florida, a small resort town in the Panhandle that marked the beginning of a radical new way of building towns and neighborhoods.
Winchester-based Robert Adam designs country homes, multi-home developments and major business districts across the UK.
Marc and Nada Breitman live and work in a charming part of Paris very close to the Louvre.
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