RM Sovich, AIA
Excerpt from ENVIRONMENTAL & ARCHITECTURAL PHENOMENOLOGY (fall 2015) Vol. 26 ▪ No. 3
How concrete everything becomes in the world of the spirit when an object, a mere door, can give hesitation, temptation, de-sire, security, welcome and respect. If one wer...
A New Spin on Senior Living
Notes on the Nature of Doors and Passages in Care Settings
What if the three pigs worked together? A tale of architecture and cooperation.
No Leapfrog City
Alexandra Lange Asks: "How can you learn about the world in spaces without character?"
Event: IPA Round Table: "A Total Reset" for Public Housing.
Four Fundamentals of Design for Therapeutic Gardens
Rothko and Pollock Paint-By-Numbers Kits
Are We Entering a Golden Age for Medical Devices?
Baltimore Architects Stand on Principle
Thinking About "Time" in Long Term Care Settings.
With or Without Ornament: Home tells the Story of its Occupants.
I used to think the only thing I do really well is draw; now I know I can dance, too.
Some places make you happy, just to be in them!
Seaholm Intake Adaptive Reuse Competition
Does your home, your furniture, speak beautiful thoughts to you?
Right Sizing Assisted Living Apartments
Drawing Together with Seniors to Create a Community.
A Love Story
Myth of the Maintenance-Free Building.