November 3, 2016
As part of Vladimir Belogolovsky’s ongoing City of Ideas exhibition tour, currently on view at the Chicago Design Museum through February 25, ArchDaily presents an excerpt of Belogolovsky’s interview with Chicago architect Jeanne Gang.
“For me, architecture is about changing the way people are interconnected. That’s the most exciting part of architecture. I think of architecture as a system; how you set up various opportunities for people to relate to one another, and to be empowered. What are the opportunities for people to interact? How can buildings spark new relationships? ... There is an art to this approach and to constantly honing and adapting one’s methodology.”