Architecture & Design

349: Jeanne Gang

She is as sophisticated as any architect working today, as her glorious Aqua Tower attests, yet she still learns from birds. “Not to build a building that looks like a nest but to consider what’s available, what is nearby, what could be put to use.” She’s also learned from Marcus Aurelius, although he was not capable of sustained flight. Presented by the Center for Architecture.

Person: Marcus Aurelius
Place: Mesa Verde
Thing: birds’ nests
Randy’s Thing: a pill crusher

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