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By Julian Caldwell

HASTINGS — Many people wouldn’t put the house across the street in the same category as the "Mona Lisa," but with a new exhibit at the Hastings Municipal Building, resident Bruce Levy and a dozen other local architects set out to make the case that architecture is art.

“We’re always told architecture is the art and science of building,” said Levy, who has run his own company, BJLA Architecture & Planning, since 2002. “Most people don’t see the art part because they don’t get exposed to it. They see hardline drawings or they see the buildings in the end and they really don’t see the evolution of how a building emerges.”

Noticing that the Rivertowns have an unusually large number of working architects for such a small population, Levy decided to put together an exhibit titled “Imagining Architecture: From Concept to Creation,” featuring the designs of 12 local architects and one architectural photographer. Read more >

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New exhibit highlights the art of architecture

Architect Michael Lewis’ exterior and interior renderings of a kit house called River Box, which would incorporate an assortment of energy-efficient features. For more information, visit mlarchitect.com.