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Monday, October 17, 2005

New Yorker Mag: Fort Wayne Company Making Hip Structures

New Yorker Likes The Style of Rocien Romero -
Architect and Branstrator Corporation Make Camp Structures

Paul Goldberger, writing in the Skyline column of a recent issue of The NEW YORKER magazine, highlights the work of cutting edge architect Rocio Romero. She is the designer of prefab houses with great style.
She started off with a house called the Laguna Verde. However,she joined forces with Branstrator Corporation of Fort Wayne this year to design, make and market two smaller buildings, the Base Camp and the Fish Camp. The new company is called Rocio Romero Branstrator.


Goldberger wrote,
The L.V. is an exceptionally beautiful house. Other designers, such as Charlie Lazor and the firm Resolution: 4 Architecture, are building innovative prefabricated structures, but Romero’s designs stand out for their clarity, simplicity, and grace.
Further, he wrote,
Later this month, she plans to erect a sample of her third design, the Base Camp, a medium-sized guest house, as soon as it rolls off the assembly line at a factory in Fort Wayne, Indiana.
The Wall Street Journal gives more depth to the modern prefabricated trend here. Prefabs.com is another good source for more context to the story. Branstrator Corporation of Fort Wayne has its website regarding patio rooms here.

Comments:
Fort Wayne and style. You do not see those two words together very often. Congratulations to Branstrator.
 
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