This modest structure is the former Parish House, which was once part of the complex that includes St. Paul’s Episcopal Cathedral across Pearl Street. Constructed in 1896, the simple Gothic Revival-Style Building was designed by E.B. Green and Associates, and was the city’s first completely fireproof building. The building functioned as the parish house into this past decade, but due to a need to remain financially sustainable, the building has recently been converted into seven upscale apartments that offer views of the beautiful Cathedral Square below, with retail space on the first floor. Now known as Cathedral Commons, the building is on the same block as the more famous Guaranty Building, and is similar in character and color to that far more prominent and famous structure, and is one of several charming smaller and less famous buildings that give texture and character to all corners of downtown. Buffalo, NY, US
A Woman touches Christ’s cloak / Artist: O’Connor & Sons / Location: St Edward’s, Windsor / "Now there was a woman who had been suffering from haemorrhages for twelve years. She had endured much under many physicians, and had spent all that she had; and she was no better, but rather grew worse. She had heard about Jesus, and came up behind him in the crowd and touched his cloak, for she said, ‘If I but touch his clothes, I will be made well.’ Immediately her haemorrhage stopped; and she felt in her body that she was healed of her disease.” (Mark 5:25-29)
ASTARI NITE MIDNIGHT CONVERSATIONS ALBUM RELEASE PERFORMANCES +++
*July 21st. MIAMI - Astari Nite Album Release Affair W/.Ordinary Boys, Grinder 6 W/. DJs Flor Frances (Too Much Love) and DJ DINO at Las Rosas.
*July 27th WEST PALM BEACH - MASS feat. Astari Nite live Album Release at Respectable Street
*July 28th ORLANDO - Astari Nite Album Release W/ Sleeping Pills, MAUS & NICK Mariano at Will's Pub.
Moment captured by Ileana Escalante.
Buffalo’s Old Post Office stands on a block bounded by Ellicott Street, South Division Street, Swan Street, and Oak Street in Downtown Buffalo. Constructed between 1897 and 1901, the building, with its 244 foot tower, was the city’s tallest until the Electric Tower was completed in 1912. Designed by the Office of the Supervising Architect of the US Post Office under the direction of Jeremiah O’Rourke and James Knox Taylor, the Flemish Gothic Revival-Style Building is a notable landmark on the southwest side of downtown, and functioned as the city’s main postal facility until 1963. The building then housed various federal agencies and offices until 1981, when it was renovated to accommodate the city campus of Erie Community College, a role it continues to serve. The building was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1972, and remains one of Buffalo’s many iconic historic buildings. Buffalo, NY, US
Beresford House - ABW have recently completed a new build home in October. The site was located within the garden of the clients former residence and involved the demolition of a garden workshop and replacement with a two storey, three bedrooms detached house.
This scheme proposed a modern, low pitched -roofed design to minimise the visual impact and provide a contrast in form and in its use of materials. Materials include use of patinated zinc for the roof and part of the North elevation , cladding panels and brickwork.