A Home, Studio, and Gallery Support a Growing Art Scene in Georgia

A forward-thinking architect builds a multifunctional structure with a burgeoning community in mind.
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Long before he became an architect, William Carpenter was obsessed with the relationship between buildings and the larger environments they occupied. For Carpenter, a building is but an object without the context that surrounds it. "It’s really a neighborhood’s history and landscape that give buildings their significance," he says. 

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Feifei Sun
Feifei Sun is a writer and editor based in Atlanta. She previously worked at TIME and Vanity Fair.


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