As a professional field, architecture is both process and product, art and science, and statement and solution. In light of the many disruptions this past year has brought, the potential of good architecture—and those who creatively, intentionally practice the craft—to enhance the human experience has become more important than ever. Well-designed office spaces, residential retreats, public parks, landscaped environments, and nuanced processes have the ability to address ever-evolving needs and challenges of today’s climate to ultimately support and enhance the quality of life for individuals and whole communities.
In this continued series, Great Lakes By Design Magazine had an opportunity to learn more about some of the architects practicing in the Great Lakes region—and what drives them to create inspired spaces and places.
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Photography: M-Buck Studio