Recent personal events coupled with the loss of a well-known, hard to be ignored architect have made me ponder what I call worlds of architecture. These are the worlds of what could be, what should be and what are. Continue reading “worlds of architecture”
I love diners. I don’t mean old 70’s suburban or roadside buildings that serve burgers and gravy and call themselves a diner. Continue reading “search for authentic”
For centuries, if not millennia, architects, master builders, kings and rulers have created large public works and other works of architecture that we would categorize under a particular style. Continue reading “what are the rules?”
We have a problem that involves history. No one knows anything about it, but they know what they like. …keep reading
I was reminded last week through a local newspaper article about a sense of absolutes (i.e. my way or the highway) when it comes to new development projects in architecture. For someone who believes in absolutes, I try to find balance when it comes to my position on most issues.
Most times in my work, I get involved with projects with fascinating aspects to them. …keep reading