We've been designing Cincinnati's built environment for more than 200 years, trying out trendy architectural styles and popularizing some of our own.
By Katie Coburn, John Fox, Kaileigh Peyton, Kevin Schultz, and Amanda Boyd Walters
We’ve been designing Cincinnati’s built environment for more than 200 years. These 20 structures blend the past and the future into what feels like home.
Rehabbing old buildings in Over-the-Rhine presents a number of hurdles, both design-wise and financially. Kurt Platte clears them with ease.
Beth Johnson explains how she juggles the past, the present, and the future to keep Cincinnati’s architectural fabric intact.
Looking back at how fledgling Losantiville became modern Cincinnati, it’s easy to draw straight lines and connections from the first riverfront settlers to the metropolis we love today.
Home improvement resolutions—a kitchen makeover, master suite, or outdoor living—may still be realized this year with some expert help.
Students at UC's College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning learn to think outside of the computer and to keep their options open.