Getting to the Edge

“I want to stay as close to the edge as I can without going over. Out on the edge you see all kinds of things you can’t see from the center.”

Kurt Vonnegut

Keeping ourselves to the middle, keeps us safe. We’re surround and protected ourselves in the middle of the majority. It allows us to stay a little hidden, unexposed. Out on the edge there’s more light and more exposure. It’s exposed. There’s more room for growth. There’s space and possibility.

The edge can be uncomfortable.

Sometimes you need to feel uncomfortable before you move.

Hi! I’m Michael

I’m an architect and coach. I help architects rethink their practice and support them as they uncover better ways to work. I’ve worked in architecture for over 25 years, and I ran my own practice for 14 years. I understand architectural practice from the inside out. Fun Fact: my NSW architect’s registration is #10 007 and I have a license to skill.

I believe improving practice takes asking hard questions and deep listening.

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