This lecture was presented as part of the Distinguished Visiting Critic Program (DVC), funded by the Hideo Sasaki Foundation.
September 10, 2008
Exhibition: August 30 - September 28, 2008
Abstract: Anmahian Winton Architects hold that architecture is an expression of culture that evolves in relation to a complex set of unique circumstances, both practical and intangible. They approach design as a project-by-project exploration of conceptual thought and building technique - a process of discovery where ideas find their expression in the form of space, the nature of material, and the quality of light. The work is guided by the belief that innovation occurs when conventions are tested against the deeper aspirations of a project.