Did you have any takeaways from this experience and your application to your practice?
Ed Glenn: In a way, this experience was the nexus of these two parts of my life. Allan Powell’s architectural work, Les Kossatz’s workshop, mixed in with all these familial things – Boston bun, courtyards, coffee and conversation. It was a special time. This was my first experience of integrating art in architecture – how they can and should sit together. My sister, Alice Glenn, has co-founded Schoolhouse Studios, a not-for-profit platform for artists, independent creative businesses, activists, social enterprises and the like. So I feel Les’ influence has resonated with her too. We each share a deep respect for art and artists and are both, in our ways, creating vehicles for artistic expression.