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The Design Tourist: Sarasota’s Modernist Architecture Ep. 1

In this 2015 episode of The Design Tourist, Host Karen LeBlanc, travels to Sarasota, Florida, to tour the city’s iconic Mid-Century Modern architecture produced during the Sarasota School of Architecture Movement. This regional interpretation of Modernist architecture was produced by pioneering architects including Paul Rudolph, Ralph Twitchell, Victor Lundy, Edward “Tim” Siebert, Gene Leedy and developer Philip Hiss. We’ll explore their illustrious careers through the world famous homes and buildings they produced. Sarasota has a great design story to tell. Come travel as we learn all about this architectural and cultural jewel of a destination.

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Karen LeBlanc, The Design Tourist

Lifestyle and travel journalist Karen LeBlanc covers art, architecture, beauty, design, fashion, home decor, health and wellness, and travel. She interviews with trendsetters, tastemakers, and creative professionals, including authors, artists, artisans, designers, and makers and shares her travels as The Design Tourist exploring destinations through their heritage of craft and creativity.

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