Wherever the art of medicine is loved, there is also a love of humanity. – Hippocrates Something I haven’t really touched on yet in my posts about the Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital project is concept. My interest in process and chance operations might be apparent, but why, you may wonder, do I choose one particular [...]
On my family’s trip to France last summer, I was sorry we didn’t have time to visit Futuroscope, an amusement park just north of Poitiers — not because I particularly like amusement parks, but rather because I’d love to see this incredible glass architecture in person.
What do glass and the movies have in the common?
One of my favorite examples of colored glass in architecture is the vibrant Palais des Congrès in Montreal, with its enormous façade of diaphanous colored glass.
The folks at Johns Hopkins Medical Center in Baltimore clearly understand something about the potential physical and emotional benefits of good art.
For a great sampling of glass architecture around the world, check out this list of 15 “amazing” buildings made of glass or with glass features.
Reading a recent article in the New York Times (which boldly stirs up the age-old question, “What is art?” – but that’s a subject for another time), I found myself thinking about the Philip Johnson Glass House in New Canaan, Connecticut, a classic example of glass architecture. Philip White, president of Sotheby’s International [...]