A compelling set of observations, reflections and insights into why architecture can and should have meaning.
Architecture matters. To our personal and daily lives, to our communities and cities and to our economy and ecology.
Former practitioner, critic, curator, museum director and, today, dean of the Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture, Aaron Betsky has been deeply engaged with the world of architecture for almost fifty years. Drawing from his personal and professional experience, he reveals why architecture really does matter to all of us, everywhere, in creating better buildings and places.