Scott Hand had the opportunity to chat with Merrill Garbus of international touring music artist, Tune-Yards, about her music writing, venue design, and how connection to the audience can influence a performance. Read the Interview here
The Northeast Church of Christ occupies a soaring 1972 design of exposed wood beams and steep roof slopes. A central peak over the center of the sanctuary forms a towering skylight. This dramatic architecture creates one specific problem: the worship space is open to the entry lobby. The Church called on Childress & Cunningham Architects..
I got into architecture because of my lifelong hobby: model railroading. I was in the ninth grade when I learned about the career of architecture, and thereafter aimed at making it my eventual profession. What is it about model railroading that led me there? I suppose at its core, the hobby breaks down to “playing..
Recently, happenstance found me talking with two experienced yoga instructors in a room with soaring ceiling vaults and booming expanses. We were standing in the historic St. Patrick’s church in the Northside neighborhood of Cincinnati. The lower level has been converted by C/C into Urban Artifact – a taproom, music venue, and event space. After..