Intermountain Jewish News
A vision stands behind every landmark.
Stones and glass and steel, angles and peaks and curves — if they are striking — do not just casually emerge on an architect’s drawing board.
And if what transpires inside that landmark — within the walls of these raw materials carefully crafted into something stunning — speaks its own language of human succor or human excitement, then it’s doubly clear that a vision stood behind it all.
Add to this a destabilizing Great Recession and an uncertain post-Great Recession business environment, and the vision becomes all the more impressive.Read Full Article