There are imperative reasons for reclaiming the Classical ideals of integrity, harmony, beauty and reason.
“I think the key is little concert halls, little opera houses which feed the community.”
“The only way you’re going to solve these problems is to tear down that house and build something half the size or less.”
Orchestras depend on love and a connection to their communities to survive.
As a young artist during the 1950s, I immediately got the point of modernism.
We have become used to concert halls that make big bold statements, but the Kleinhans is curiously elusive.
Buildings that will be relevant to and loved by the people who will have to live with it.
Carlos Ott has provided the Parisian public with the architectural equivalent of bread and water.
Architects Quinlan Terry, Robert Adam, and the firm of Franck Lohsen McCrery present their plans.
Performance spaces weren’t always designed to be stand-alone icons.