Art: Belluschi's Beautiful Barns

Buildings that look like barns—which many people consider very beautiful—have made the reputation of Pietro Bel-luschi, architect of Portland, Ore. This week for the first time he plans to hang out his own shingle. He will hang it on the same Jefferson Street house (under Portland's Vista ''Suicide" Bridge), long occupied by the defunct firm of which he had been a member (A. E. Doyle & Associate).

Very much like barns are Belluschi's private houses. Less so is his Finley Mortuary, chosen by the Association of Federal Architects in 1938 as one of the nation's 100 best buildings erected since World...

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