September 17, 2021

Economic Backbone - Architecture

Architectural design around Florida

| 3/1/2021

The former Sarasota High School building along Tamiami Trail was designed in 1926 by architect M. Leo Elliott in the Neo-Collegiate Gothic style. The iconic red brick building, which held its last high school class in 1996, has been repurposed into the Sarasota Art Museum of Ringling College. The $30-million transformation also included the renovation of a 1959 addition designed by Paul Rudolph, the one-time chairman of Yale University's Department of Architecture.

This story also features: K/R Architects; Paul Randolph; ASD/SKY; Rogers Partners; St. Pete Pier; Wannemacher Jensen Architects; Tampa River Center; Michael Halflants; Robert MacLeod; Nimbus Building; Flad Architects; Feathr; Bryan Harrington; Jim Duffy; Kris Duffy; Dream Vision Interiors; McDonald’s; Ross Barney Architects; Universal Engineering Sciences; Ransom Everglades School; Pat Bosch; 545wyn; Gensler


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