This exhibition spans Olson’s first fifty years in architecture, exploring his built work as well as the artistic, cultural, natural and personal influences that have made the architect’s career so highly regarded by his peers and sought after by clients. “Art in Architecture” includes a range of materials that showcase Olson’s Process, including journals, sketches and drawings, stunning large-scale photo displays, and models. Original art work and furniture from selected residences are on display, as well as a custom-designed art installation that provide visitors with a first-hand experience of Olson’s use of space and collaboration with art.
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