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Florida Frontiers on Florida Today!

Check out a recent article in Florida Today from FHS’s own Dr. Ben Brotemarke! To read Dr. Brotemarkle’s article about the Historic Sam’s family from Merritt Island, Florida Click Here The article is related to Brotemarkle’s “Florida Frontiers: The Weekly […]

American Vernacular Architecture: The Shotgun Style in Florida

American Vernacular Architecture: The Shotgun Style in Florida

Images above provided by State Archives of FL, FL Memory. Image left by David A. Taylor, Apalachicola, FL. Image right by Dale M. McDonald, Key West, FL. Some of America’s most interesting forms of architecture have grown out of various […]

Architecture with a Concsience

Architecture with a Concsience

Students working on a home for Florida’s Brevard Habitat for Humanity. Photo by Lesa Lorusso How can the design of spaces positively affect its inhabitants? Does architectural design have a moral responsibility to better the lives of end users of […]