Tag Archive: critical-regionalism
Just off downtown Loveland, Colorado is the ancient and intriguing Loveland Feed & Grain building. A many-year preservation and restoration effort has been taking place to find new uses for this magnificent building, expertly documented and researched in Christopher Th0rp’s report and headed up by a non-profit and Novo Restoration. I believe that we should all take [...]
Part 2 of an attempt to define a Rocky Mountain regionalist architecture based on experiential and phenomenological responses rather than architectural styles and formal vernaculars.
some thoughts on a type of critical regionalism based on local climate and experiential elements rather than formal sources of vernacular architecture.
critical regionalism, Kenneth Frampton’s essay, M. Gerwing Architects house design in Boulder, Colorado