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By the late 1920s, American architects and clients were increasingly persuaded that European modernism was both visually progressive and structurally sound. After WWII, American interests were characterized by a confident, enthusiastic desire to “get on with the business of progress”. The ideas of the earlier International style that emerged in the 1920s and 30s were still potent, and thus the style flourished during the first major building boom, 1948-49. The leading architect and proponent of the style after the War was Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, who believed in structural honesty and designed some of the earliest glass and curtain-wall office towers of the 1950s.

Art has gained a wide knowledge of not only architecture, but many aspects of the design and construction business. Serving in the capacity of chief designer, construction manager, owner's representative, and architect, Art has gained formidable experience in all aspects of the architectural business. From the many years involved with construction, negotiations, bid and award, planning and zoning analysis, and building code interpretation, Art has gained a wealth of experience enabling him to address projects of all scopes. Art has testified before many township planning boards, and has a working understanding of the planning and zoning process in the Tri-State area.

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