Fall 2019 Letter
A house doesn’t completely become a home until its doors are open to its community. This is the most significant moment in the life of a home, because it is its true culmination. It is the moment in which its inhabitants don’t just live in it, but bring it to life. It is the human moment par excellence, as it is the time when we gather with the sole purpose of celebration, when we share food, drink and place so we can enjoy leisure together. The house then is no longer just a shelter or a fancy nest; a cave or a den but a home, a human home.