Omahans Sandy and Jeffrey Passer wanted a place where they could steal away for the weekend with relative ease.
At Seattle-based Olson Kundig Architects, nature sets the design course. Buildings, in the firm’s vernacular, are like bridges between nature, culture and people. The ideal took root in the late 1960s with founder Jim Olson, who often observes that “living close to nature is the greatest luxury.” Principal and partner Alan Maskin digs a little deeper in conjunction with the exhibition "Olson Kundig: Anthology" at KANEKO.
Give architectural designer Wallace Cunningham an expansive sky and a dramatic landscape with a commanding view,…
Bask in the limelight? Not a chance.