Sarasota Through the Eyes of One of Its Most Outspoken Architects
The Florida city would be a much different place without Tim Seibert and the Sarasota School of Architecture.
"While the Sarasota School found its inspiration in part from the philosophies of the International Style (Bauhaus), it incorporated forms of regional Southern architecture, using patios, verandas, modular construction and raised floors to open up its buildings for greater ventilation in pre-air conditioning days. The style added a play of light and shadow, and the color and texture of indigenous low maintenance materials, softening the cold machine aesthetic of the Bauhaus."
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