Led by Ilana Freadman and Michael White, Freadman White embeds a curiosity-driven and experientially charged tension in its architecture. Seeking to reveal beauty in seemingly simple and often overlooked settings, they strive to create visually intriguing and emotionally resonant spaces.
Believing architecture’s mandate to making positive contributions to individual lives and the wider urban plan, Freadman White designs contextually informed structures with disciplined whimsy. Rather than responding literally to physical surrounds, they pursue sensorial and textural moments informed by memories of place and the achievements of modern architecture.
In this episode, your host, Elizabeth McIntyre, and our guest, Ilana Freadman, talk about her amusing childhood memories, Kevin Borland's influence on her architectural development, early career stage struggles, and why the chemistry between work and life partners benefit both life and work.
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