“I have not failed. I’ve just found 10,000 ways that won’t work.” – Thomas A. Edison
“Success is most often achieved by those who don’t know that failure is inevitable.” – Coco Chanel
I hate being wrong. Why is it that one of the most powerful teaching devices (if not the most) is shunned or not permitted in architecture? Continue reading “we fail to fail”
***warning*** If you ask me to respond again to this question tomorrow, my answer will be different.
I read an interesting article recently, that was shared by a good friend of mine, where the author posits that there are architects, that are largely appreciated only by architects, whose architecture is primarily “about architecture.” Continue reading “architects’ architect?”
It seems that new construction makes people nervous when it looks like new construction. Continue reading “hot dogs and chicken nuggets”
I may not always be logical, but I am one guilty to point out others’ logical fallacies. It’s a gift. Continue reading “it’s a big improvement”
Recent personal events coupled with the loss of a well-known, hard to be ignored architect have made me ponder what I call worlds of architecture. These are the worlds of what could be, what should be and what are. Continue reading “worlds of architecture”