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Thad Layton, principle at Arnold Palmer Design Company, enters the Salon to talk to Derek Duncan and Jim Urbina about Palmer and the rules of architecture. Specifically the discussion revolves around fundamental rules, when it’s advisable to break them, whether it’s ever permissible to design crossing holes, working within the constraints of conservative developers, straight versus irregular water lines, Palmer’s architectural principles, addition through subtraction, and how architects can artistically distinguish their work in a design culture where most practitioners feel liberated.

Palmer’s Island nine at Champions Retreat in Georgia.

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