Making Space For Art


Rhoda Kennedy spoke at the New College about the process of designing architecture with and for artists. Rhoda highlighted how a collaborative design process, the celebration of detail, and an appreciation for the richness of history can form spaces that are social, dynamic, and rewarding.

“One of the formative aspects of our background, and I’d argue what has especially contributed to our approach and set of values, is creating architecture for artists and artisans – painting studios, musical practice rooms, dance studios, spaces for weaving, and performance halls.”
—Rhoda Kennedy