Compartmentalizing the Sacred Spaces

As my friends know, I consider the Open Floor Plan to be a plague spot on American architecture, and it’s a plague that continues to spread. The home I recently purchased in Suffolk has lots and lots of walls and a few doors, and I’m a big fan of walls and...

Housing Rosemary, Part II

In re-starting a new life at the age of 58, one of my greatest challenges is (now) decision-making. Even small decisions are very difficult, and I’m finding that larger decisions are almost paralyzing. My nearest and dearest friends tell me that I’ve made...