We’ve written before about Buffalo’s innovative architectural history--it’s one of our favorite things about the city. To celebrate one of the city’s most famous landmarks, we wanted to take a deep dive into the history of the Richardson Olmsted Campus. The Richardson Olmsted Campus is a 42-acre site located on Forest ...Read More
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The Buffalo Skyway is one of the city's most iconic landmarks -- but it’s also one of the most controversial. The Skyway consists of an elevated bridge across the Buffalo River on Route 5 connecting Downtown Buffalo with the Northern end of the Buffalo Harbor. The Buffalo ...Read More
Snow, football, wings and...architecture? While Buffalo is known for many things, people from outside of the city are often surprised to learn about its extensive architectural history and unique designs from some of the most famous American architects, including Frank Lloyd Wright, Louis Sullivan, H.H. Richardson, E.B. Green and Louise ...Read More