Monthly Archives: June 2019

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History Lesson: I.M. Pei

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Ieoh Ming Pei, more commonly known as I.M. Pei, was a Chinese-American architect who moved to the United States in 1935 to study architecture at the University of Pennsylvania. Once arriving Pei was so discouraged by the teaching style of his professors and intimidated by the skill levels of his peers that he decided to […]

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Trend Alert: Succulents

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We’ve seen this one coming for a while: Succulents. All the beauty of a bonsai tree with almost none of the upkeep. With no pruning or picking, and less frequent watering, sales of these prickly plants have grown steadily since 2012. “Succulent” is an umbrella term for plants with thick, rigid fronds or stems meant […]

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