Community-driven: Places and elements of the past are reflected in the work architect Kathy Galvin does today


Architect Kathy Galvin says “architecture shapes the spaces we inhabit, and that space, in turn, contributes to shaping our outlook on the world and ourselves.” Photo: Christian Hommel

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