"When the old way of seeing was displaced, a hollowness came into architecture. Our buildings show a constant effort to fill that void, to recapture that sense of life which was once to be found in any house or shed. Yet the sense of place is not to be recovered through any attitude, device, or style, but through the principles of pattern, spirit, and context."
 - Jonathan Hale 

Receiving her Master of Architecture at Andrews University, Jennifer's education included both the academic exercises to gain necessary knowledge and the professional experience in order to apply her knowledge in a meaningful and realistic manner. Her course spent in Europe provided a strong basis in the understanding of both the history of town planning and the elements of traditional architecture.

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