Ratio architects: innovation and contextualism

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l'Arca Edizioni, May 25, 2001 - Architecture - 143 pages
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With its design evolution from historic renovation to new buildings complete, Ratio was able to build on its success. The firm's disciplines now included architecture, interior design, historic preservation, landscape architecture, and urban planning.

Ratio's work ultimately is about Indiana, and its grounding in contextualism gives the firm a powerful platform from which to explore increasingly innovative expressions.

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Foreword by William A Browne Jr
The Poetics of Ratio by Chad Floyd FAIA

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