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Lions Roar : September 2011
SHAMBHALA SUN SEPTEMBER 2011 75 affect air movement, experiencing the texture and colors of the land as a way to consider how the buildings erected there can be in a harmonious relationship with their surroundings. Within the last five years, Vlahos says, students have begun to rethink how they approach architecture. “The more they connect with the land,” she says, “the less they want to disturb it—and architecture can be violently disruptive.” Now, rather than trying to build something as a mon- ument to their talent, “more often than not they’re seeking ways to rehabilitate or recycle buildings to meet new uses.” Vlahos emphasizes that her projects are never theoretical: “They deal with real people in real places. Architecture is a community act. It’s a cultural act.” To be truly mindful in architecture and planning, she says, you need to see all the forces coming together—“the land, the environment all around, all the people affected. And then your work can be sen- sitive and connected to the elements.” ♦ www.barbarabonner.org prosper Barbara Bonner creates successful fundraising, board governance and management strategies to help non-profit institutions prosper.