Brad Goldberg lives in Dallas, where he and his wife Diana, also an architect, have their studio. He works on a wide array of projects nationally and internationally. The complexity of working on large-scale projects has led to collaborative efforts with other artists, design professionals and corporations.

Goldberg’s work is a fusion between sculpture, landscape, urban design, place, culture and community. It is an art which escapes categorical definitions, restrictions or limitations. Each new project generates a unique response; it may include sculpture, architecture, landscape, water and furniture and is not made to be exhibited in museums or galleries but for public spaces with a social function.

Brad's work reflects a strong interest in archetypal forms, the cycles of nature, the evolution of technology, and examines the use of stone in the creation of public spaces designed for the community. Within this framework, he works to enrich each project with a sense of belonging to its context through objects imbued with meaning, sensitivity to scale, craftsmanship and simple materials, often worked by hand.

"In time," the architect states, "with many experiences layered over one another, I am hoping my work will reflect a cultural collage… more in keeping with artistic truths, than passing fashions.”

The photographs published in the TimeLine were taken from the Architect's website www.bradjgoldberg.com