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One of the most recognized architects in North America, Tom Kundig’s reverence for place—for both rural and urban landscapes, and their cultural significance—has resulted in world renowned work that celebrates site, community, and client alike. On this Emmy Award winning show, host John Jacobsen explores how Tom’s early studies in physics and related sciences led him to develop an interest in the physics of architecture—for Kundig, a perfect union of the rational and the poetic. Tom Kundig’s award winning designs, in a world of broad-brush gesture and detail banality, have reintroduced an architecture of intensity of detail and material focus, a richness of material, color and texture of detail, which demonstrate the life force of his architecture’s experiential dimensions.