Sunday, January 25, 2015

Maestro of Architecture: From Aspen to Carefree

In an age of increasing specialization, many people consider architecture a science, only considering the technical aspect. But to architect August Reno, FAIA, architecture done right requires an equal measure of the arts, both visual and musical.  

"As I design a building, I think of it as a composition," he explained. "I consider every stanza having its own element and strive to ensure that as people go through the composition there is not only harmony, but also crescendos that cause them to say, 'There is really something special about this building!'"


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