No one ever became a great artist, or architect, or engineer simply by focusing on art or architecture or engineering. Sure, you have to hone your skills and master your craft, but what feeds that craft is an interest in the world around us. A fascination with broader, even tangential subjects like fashion, clothing, nature, music, culture, or the simple beauty of a bird in flight.
Neil Thomas has let that kind of curiosity guide him since he was a ten-year-old boy. He has used his skills of observation, creativity, and collaboration to build some of the world’s most captivating and awe-inspiring structures.
Elora Hardy is cut from the same cloth, making a name for herself in the world of design and architecture by letting the world we live in guide her work.
Here’s Neil in conversation with Elora, along with a global community who are eager to learn more about beauty, building, and balance.