Author: Yan Krymsky

As the design director of Perkins&Will’s L.A. studio, Yan Krymsky promotes the idea that design is a process by which meaning is discovered through geometric and material exploration.

Articles by Yan Krymsky

  • Expressive Architecture and the Aesthetics of Meaning in Los Angeles
    Published on September 18, 2023 in Sustainability
    Architecture can’t be art. It has a different role in society. But architecture should embrace the call of art, especially public architecture. It should take seriously the task to stand for something, and that something is not the personal philosophical whims of the architect. Rather it is the inherent spirit and character of the community in which it resides. Two Perkins&Will projects highlight this in Los Angeles.