Saving Downtown Syracuse & Restoring an Eames Lounge

Saving Downtown Syracuse & Restoring an Eames Lounge

Aaron Able
Apr 3, 2008

The picture at left is the home of the Dean of Syracuse University's School of Architecture, Mark Robbins. The New York Times shows us how Robbins has helped to jump-start the Syracuse community into investing in the almost-forgotten downtown. For additional pictures from The Would-Be Revivalist and more from The New York Times, click below...

Other stories in this week's Home & Garden section:

Room to Improve: Where can I find a good restorer for an original Eames lounge chair and ottoman? There's a great list of reputable resources. Check out our own Good Questions: Affordable Fabric to Flatter This Eames? for additional information.

In the Garden: Proof That Spring Can Keep a Promise. The abundant evidence of spring at the Winterthur Museum and Country Estate in Winterthur, Delaware.

(Pics: Stewart Cairns, Nick Merrick, Hedrich Blessing/Herman Miller, Ray Magnani)

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