I’m going to E3, are you?
If you are in town for this good ol’ fashioned media spectacle, do say hello!
“In an elevator at a museum have a low music that starts at the bottom floor and then as it goes to each floor rises up, as it gets to each floor when the doors open the music volume hits crescendo turning into a joyous magnificent choir sound.” —
One of Harrell Fletcher’s many great ideas.
“1) Respect “the genius of a place.” Olmsted wanted his designs to stay true to the character of their natural surroundings. He referred to “the genius of a place,” a belief that every site has ecologically and spiritually unique qualities. The goal was to “access this genius” and let it infuse all design decisions.” —
Fredrick Law Olmsted is one of my favorite historical figures!