PHLF Lecture: "Naked Architecture: Addition through Subtraction"

This talk will focus on demonstrations throughout history of how architects have designed using subtractive processes. These strategies may be literal – where a building is carved from existing materials – formal – where light construction is designed to look massive – or conceptual – where the absence of form becomes figuratively present. Variations of these strategies remain powerful today. Mr. Fisher will augment the discussion with examples from his own portfolio.