Richard Jenrette receives Historic Preservation ...more
fine and decorative arts of the first half of the 19th century.
What is this fascination Americans seem to have today for things (or people) that are “disruptive?” It started in Silicon Valley with the adulation of newly-minted billionaires who had developed “disruptive technologies.” To qualify as successful it seemed like you had to develop a new technology that “destroyed” something. In olden times we used to think that to be successful you had to be a builder, additive to the economy and not just wiping out something else. ...I am glad to report there is nothing "disruptive" about Classical American Homes. Read more.