How I Learned to Love the Koger Center

Design aficionados embrace mid-century modern like a new puppy, with midmod clubs and tours in cities all over the nation. Orlandoans have obediently enthused over our own postwar residential relics, lovingly wiping off the accumulation of terra cotta barrel tiles and fiberglass Corinthian columns like Read More …

Florida Polytechnic University

It looks like the sunbleached exoskeleton of a giant space bug crouching by the side of I-4. USF Polytechnic’s first building is a singularity, designed by Spanish artist-architect Santiago Calatrava. Famous for his heroic, lacy bridges and public structures throughout the world, Calatrava’s signature style Read More …

Architecture at Florida Southern College

About an hour outside of Orlando, past derelict mom-and-pop convenience stores, warehouses, and modest homes wrung out by the hands of time, sits the largest single-site collection of Frank Lloyd Wright architecture in the world. Florida Southern College’s campus in Lakeland is host to the Read More …