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Mr. William Freimuth

Architect,
William Freimuth Architecture, PC
1000 points

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William Freimuth Architecture, PC
Farmington, NM

Bio

Award winning Architect in search of Projects that are worthy of the cost and effort. Too much is built unsustainably and in the wrong place. Opportunities abound to do things better. If you are trying to do the same we might fit together. "By art alone we are able to step outside of our selves, to know what another sees of this universe which is not the same as our own, the landscapes of which would remain as unknown to us as those of the moon. Through art, instead of seeing one world, our own, we see it multiplied and as many original artists as there are, so many worlds are offered up to us, each differing as widely from the next as those which roll round the infinite and which, be their name Rembrandt or Vermeer, send us their unique rays many centuries after the hearth from which they emanate is extinguished. The artist’s labor to discover a means of understanding that transcends matter and experience, indeed words, something different from their appearance, is of a nature counterposed to the operation in which pride, passion, intelligence and habit are constantly engaged within us when we spend our lives without self-communion, accumulating as though to hide our true impressions, the terminology for practical ends which we falsely call life." –Marcel Proust

Education

University of Nebraska
Lincoln, Nebraska, United States
Bachelor of Science in Architectural Studies, 1979
Architecture
1969 To 1979

University of Nebraska-Lincoln
BS

Job History

William Freimuth Architecture, P.C.
Architect
Farmington, NM, United States
January 1989 - present

Craig Johnson Architecture, P.C.
Architect
Farmington, NM, United States
January 1982 - January 1989

Lescher and Mahoney/ DLR Group
Architect in training
Farmington, NM, United States
January 1979 - January 1982

The Clark Enersen Partners
Draftsman
Lincoln, NE, United States
January 1974 - January 1979

Interests

  • Natural systems; ecology, geology, archaeology and biomimicry. Anthropology, history, literature, culture and Science; physics and metaphysics.