Cross-Disciplinary Knowledge Balances Specialization

Posted by on Mar 9, 2015 in Planning and Execution | 16,991 Comments

The framing of a problem is often far more essential than its solution -Albert Einstein. In our current culture, we prize specialization very highly, and with many appropriate reasons. A good ear, nose and throat (ENT) doctor knows the complexities of the inner ear better than anyone; a knowledgeable food scientist knows the exact nutritional […]

Comparing Apples to Apples

Posted by on Jan 12, 2015 in Planning and Execution | 20,539 Comments

It is nearly impossible to compare apples to apples in the business of art and restoration. That is not what anyone wants to hear when they are planning a project, but it is important to bear in mind. Establishing a clearly defined scope of work, step by step; considering the intended materials and options—and gleaning […]

Artistic Harmony of the Sacred

Posted by on Dec 15, 2014 in Sacred Space | 18,065 Comments

One of the greatest problems many interiors suffer from today is visual disharmony. Worship spaces are some of the most profoundly affected—and they do not start out this way. When a church is first built, care and thought go into the planning such that the building itself is a reflection of the church’s mission and […]