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WARREN LAWSON ARCHITECT
...Rooted in awareness, architecture embodies it. A life lived consciously can take shape in a form called architecture, a form intimately expressive of that consciousness. Consciousness, thus embodied, both rewards the effort and welcomes more of the same.
thoughts on architecture
The place we call home is the one place most intimately ours. Living there ought to feel right. Whatever its size or scope, when attuned to life and the earth these environments can add dimension to our lives, be its celebration, and leave the earth a better place. At their very best, they can make us happy to be alive, to feel more fully alive.