Adam Nathaniel Furman: “Buildings Always Embody the Values of Their Creators”


Liberal Archive. Image Courtesy of Adam Nathaniel Furman

Liberal Archive. Image Courtesy of Adam Nathaniel Furman

This article was originally published on Common Edge.

Stefan Fuchs & Raphael Dillhof interview Adam Nathaniel Furman and discuss the role and importance of facades in today’s urban fabric, “in the context of a broader range of social, economic, and political issues“. Part of a more in-depth study examining the role of facades in the 21st century, this discussion also raises the question of why buildings always embody the values of their creators.

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Adam Nathaniel Furman: “Buildings Always Embody the Values of Their Creators”


Liberal Archive. Image Courtesy of Adam Nathaniel Furman

Liberal Archive. Image Courtesy of Adam Nathaniel Furman

This article was originally published on Common Edge.

Stefan Fuchs & Raphael Dillhof interview Adam Nathaniel Furman and discuss the role and importance of facades in today’s urban fabric, “in the context of a broader range of social, economic, and political issues“. Part of a more in-depth study examining the role of facades in the 21st century, this discussion also raises the question of why buildings always embody the values of their creators.

Read more »