A recent Tradeline article features Ennead Principal, Alex O'Briant. The article discusses how architects can develop innovative facilities while respecting a university’s architectural heritage.
“You create something familiar and something new, meaning that people have to see themselves and the things that they are familiar with within the building,” says O’Briant. “If you don’t create something new, then you have missed an opportunity to advance the architecture, to advance the spatial agenda of the campus.”
Read the full article here.