Written by Bill Kopp
With construction booming across Western North Carolina, the architectural firms of the region find their services in demand more than ever.
At its best, architecture can be both inspired and inspiring. Playwright and poet Christopher Marlowe wrote of “the wondrous Architecture of the world” in 1587.
Architecture is one of the earliest human endeavors to bridge the gaps between creativity and practicality, combining form and function. Not only is it a worthy and noble path, it is also a profession with skills that are in demand through lean and robust economic periods. People always need somewhere to live and places in which to engage in education, worship, commerce, and other pursuits.
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