Herald Tribune: October 2, 2015
The architect’s role is more than pretty facades
Architects have a keen sense of the world around them, and in Toshiko Mori, we find an excellent example.
The prominent New York architect has made a number of trips to Sarasota in the past 15 years, mostly in her role as the designer of two notable, although secluded, houses on Casey Key. She’ll make yet another trip in less than two weeks for her Oct. 16 lecture as part of the Center for Architecture Sarasota’s Architecture and Design Month.
The following day, she will present a CFAS members-only tour of her additions to the Burkhardt-Cohen estate on the private, limited-access section of North Casey Key Road. //Read More