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Tampa, Florida, 5 January 2002
A stolen, single-engine plane being pursued by a Coast Guard helicopter on Saturday slammed halfway up the 41-story Bank of America building in downtown Tampa, authorities said.
The pilot, a 15-year-old high school student, died in the crash.
The incident occurred about the same time two small aircraft crashed in Colorado and California, but authorities said they found no connection in the events. "None of the incidents appear to be related, and there is no indication of terrorism," said Scott McClellan, White House deputy press secretary.
Please, someone stop Robert Stern.
Lutyens' closest State-side design contemporary is Horace Trumbauer.
Edwin Lutyens, born 29 March 1869, died 1 January 1944
Horace Trumbauer, born 28 December 1868, died 18 September 1938
050105a Romaphilia plus
050105b Dominican Fortress
050105c Dominican Fortress
050105d Dominican Fortress
12010501 Basilica of Sts. Peter and Marcellus scan plan with other Constantinian architecture
12010502 Circus of Maxentius Mausoleum of Romulus scan plan with Constantinian architecture
12010503 Baths of Helena, etc. scan plan with other Constantinian architecture
12010504 Basilica of St. Agnes scan plan with other Constantinian architecture
12010505 Basilica of St. Lawrence scan plan with other Constantinian architecture
12010506 Basilica of St. Sebastian scan plan with other Constantinian architecture
Please help identify the architectural style of my house.
Actually, it's that 45 degree gable (to the left of the house in the image) that takes the house 'style' in the wrong direction. Without that gable the house (front) would look much more dignified, stately even.
Focusing on the gable area, move all those bushes forward at least 10 feet or so from the house wall, thus creating a semi-screened-in terrace area in front of that wing of the house. I don't know what room is under the gable, but making those windows into french doors or down to floor windows will make the terrace more attractive and/or even functional. I'd start with crushed(?) gravel for the terrace (thus regular drainage).
13010501 Working Title Museum 002 model opaque off
13010502 Working Title Museum 002 perspectives
15010501 Ury/NNTC map/plan 7300 images attached