“I have worked in many places all over the world, leading workshops, rehearsing or performing, but I find the space of the renovated Sokolovna one of the most beautiful and functional places for work. It has just the right isolation and tranquility, clear and pure design ready for your input and creativity, to be “painted”over by your body, voice as an empty white canvas. It is surrounded by nature. Every window frames the picture of a tree, a field, a small forest, or the little village it is in.”

“In the same time it has all the comfort so much needed for good and dedicated work, but is also inspirational for the space itself has a lot of different angles and levels. Beautiful rooms, bathrooms, an amazing kitchen, even a lawn and garden where we could work, eat or just sit and enjoy the starry nights or wide blue skies.”

“The light in the room for work is amazing, coming from the huge windows. I come back with pleasure every time, curious of what picture we will paint this time, on the white canvas of the rooms of Sokolovna.”

Sanja Krsmanović Tasić

Exhibition Opening with Peter Eisenman, Gianni Braghieri, Daniel Sherer, Kurt W. Forster, and Monica Ponce de Leon

Monday, February 5th, 6:00pm
North Gallery, School of Architecture

“Perhaps the most ambitious exhibition at Princeton since architecture dean Monica Ponce de Leon established an active exhibitions program at the school in 2016, it is the first retrospective of Rossi’s work in the United States since 1976.” (Cynthia Davidson, Architectural Record, March 6, 2018)

The Return of Aldo Rossi: An Exhibition Examines the Contributions of the Late Architect