Henry Yorke Mann Architect
It is with a heavy heart we announce that Henry Yorke Mann (August 15, 1930 to April 2, 2015) has passed away. He was surrounded by family and friends in his home the Manndela, after experiencing a series of strokes in Oliver, BC at the age of 84.
All inquires can be forwarded to his wife, Denise Mann at (250) 498-4938 or via email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Henry Yorke Mann is the son of a master builder, grandson of a master builder and a graduate of the University of Oregon School of Architecture.
Architectural Design Philosophy, Approach and Process Is always unique and a varying mix of:
- A. Architecture of the spirit or soul, combining with reverence for the needs, both practical and spiritual of the owner and or user and together with reverence for the site.
B. Architecture is structure and the act of building, and as such structure and building components are allowed expression in the architecture as both craft and art.
C. Integral natural materials, as opposed to synthetic, or plastic materials, are utilized for their timeless qualities, inherent safety and predictability, and their non-toxicity to humans. This is an inherent part of this architects sustainable architectural approach.