Don Metz interviewed on Vermont Public Radio

Don Metz is an architect with a view. After graduating from the Yale School of Architecture, when many students gravitate to lucrative commercial firms, Metz opted instead to open a small country practice in the Upper Valley.”

Interview: Don Metz, “Confessions of a Country Architect” Neal Charnoff VPR 11/6/07

You can read more about Metz here, including the story of how he once snubbed Bob Dylan, and find out more about his new book here.

Plus, although it’s quite dated, you can check out his older book, New Architecture in New Haven, in the Art and Architecture Library collection.

Posted by Chris

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