MARCH DESIGN INTERVENTION – C. EMLEN URBAN KICKOFF

This is the first in a series of 18 articles that will focus on the work of Lancaster’s preeminent 19th and 20th century architect, Cassius Emlen Urban. 

The chronologically-based series will highlight and demonstrate his remarkable ability to successfully move between 21 different styles of architecture including Queen Anne, Beaux Art, Italian Renaissance Revival, French Renaissance, Perpendicular Gothic, French Baroque Revival, Romanesque Revival, Gothic Revival, Greek Classical, Chateauesque, Norman Gothic,  Tudor Revival, Colonial Revival, English Gothic,  Eastlake, Shingle, Georgian Revival, Gothic Revival, Arts & Crafts, Edwardian Eclecticism and Art Deco. Even more remarkable, his formal education did not include a degree in architecture!

The full article can be found at LNP News Design Intervention.