A&A Building

Inside the Rudolph BuildingSenior year I enrolled in a course at A&A titled Architecture for Non-Architects, taught by James Righter, from whom I learned to see the world with “fresh eyes” and to contemplate the effect of the experience of “space” on the human environment. Rather than multiple classrooms, A&A was comprised almost entirely of multi-level open spaces, which in turn required that students learn and work together as part of a collaborative process. Ah, breathe deeply, take it in…openness, engagement, community.

David Johnson