UNFOLDED: How Architecture Saved my Life Reviewed by ArchitecturalRecord.com

http://www.architecturalrecord.com/articles/12102-unfolded-how-architecture-saved-my-life?v=preview Fred A. Bernstein  Bartholomew Voorsanger is best known for museum projects, such as the Asia Society Museum renovation in New York (2001), and a series of sprawling houses from Martha’s Vineyard to Montana. To his credit, the architect expounds on disappointments as well as successes. Describ­ing a competition he lost—for a World War II … Continue reading UNFOLDED: How Architecture Saved my Life Reviewed by ArchitecturalRecord.com