Trees, rocks, caves, waterfalls at Rockspire each have their architectural layers, often complex and unseen. Architecture is the joining and balance between the multi-layers of nature and the boundless imagination of the human mind, culminating in habitable, meaningful, built environments.
“I’ve always felt that the details, no matter how small or seemingly insignificant, are more than just nice things to notice. They are manifestation and expression, a kind of measure of the intensity of caring. And for all architects, caring should be a moral imperative.” – Fay Jones. Excerpt from “Outside the Pale”, The Architecture of Fay Jones. Department of Arkansas Heritage, The University of Arkansas Press.