Why do we choose to make our buildings look one way and not another? How should our buildings look? Two different but related questions, the answers to which are many and difficult to tease apart, for architecture operates on many levels.
Today, many who regard themselves as classicists all
too often answer “how should our buildings look” with a resounding: classically
correct! This is understandable as 21st century classicism is still
operating in recovery mode. The lacuna of what we simplistically call modernism
nearly broke the chain of tradition preceding it. In this regard, we are not
unlike our Renaissance predecessors.
DENVER, Colorado (September 10, 2015) – Christine G. H. Franck, Director of the Center for Advanced Research in Traditional Architecture (CARTA) at the University of Colorado Denver’s College of Architecture and Planning, is featured in a major international exhibit at the Royal Institute of British Architects in London. Continue reading →
Christine G. H. Franck featured on The Art of Construction podcast.
On this episode of THE ART OF CONSTRUCTION, we talk with Christine G. H. Franck, a designer, author and educator. She is also the director of the Center for Advanced Research in Traditional Architecture (CARTA) at the College of Architecture and Planning CU Denver. Her architectural focus provides a full range of services that are essential to holistic practice dedicated to improving the built environment. Join us and learn how Classical Architecture can help grow your business.
Enjoy a video tour of Chadsworth Cottage, located on Figure Eight Island, North Carolina. Designed by Christine G. H. Franck, Inc. for Jeffrey L. Davis. Construction by Murray Construction. Landscape by Landscapes Unique.