How we make progress is determined by where we place our attention and what we prioritise. It’s intentional.
Architecture is not a zero sum game. So how might architects generate an abundance of projects?
It was a puzzling proclamation, I heard from an architect. I was curious what they meant and the broader implications for the profession.
Architecture is its own discipline. Calling it art does not allow for the profession to flourish.
Status quo consistently comes between the architecture profession and change. Here’s another way to think about it.
Should the architecture profession seek broader and further cultural additions? Building the culture rather than buttressing existing biases.
A Question of Practice, the revamped version of Talking Crap met for the first time this year with a discussion around clients and the origins of practice.
In practice it’s easier to continue without questioning. Questions create friction. Yet friction is essential to gaining better traction.
How might architects delve deeper into the problems they’re asked to solve or those that they’ve identified.
Is the profession is being held back by an attachment to past roles, responsibilities and reputation? Is it time to look at what might be gained instead?