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Carol A. Wilson’s work focuses on climate, seasons, views, local materials, the ecological history of building sites and collaborations with local artisans. Wilson crafts exquisitely designed and built houses that celebrate the beauty of New England and the power of architecture to combine modern forms with a traditional built landscape. Her work has been described as illustrating how local is an idea as close to architecture as it is to food. In 2017, The Princeton Architectural Press published "Northern Exposure, Work of Carol A. Wilson Architect" that elaborates on Wilson’s working principles and the history of her studio for the past 30 years.
This event is part of the ARC 530 Tectonics and Craft class taught by Frank Harmon.