Tag Archives: Züsch

A Boast of Modesty

History can show the extraordinary in the ordinary, and study reveals what is carried forward and what is lost. A family’s history can be displayed through the places they lived—the architecture and the circumstances surrounding. This illustration, of a modest house in Züsch Germany, expresses this interplay of influences. Continue reading

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Magnetic Migration: Ironworkers to Züsch

Confronting the challenge of scale, this illustrative map gives context to convergence. In 1700, industrial pioneers in Europe did not travel as far as their descendants, but did so with as much significance. Not only did they react to historic demands, they were architects of their own, and our, destinies. Continue reading

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The Pioneers of the Pioneers: ironwork innovators

Out of disaster, this story of convergence, un-sung heroes, and innovators set the foundation for the industrial revolution. From the personal becomes the universal. Continue reading

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