Chief sin of architects: designing something for looks without knowing how to detail it, and putting resp for making it work on someone elseBut there are some designers who might fervently disagree, and I've started referring to their approach as naïve design. This post explores the theoretical position of naïve design and offers tips for success. Don't worry: your innocence won't be spoiled if you read on.
— Louis Medcalf (@MedcalfLouis) February 19, 2013
February 23, 2013
We technical designers make a sport of bemoaning the cluelessness of aesthetic designers. My colleague Louis Medcalf tweeted a common complaint, the type we make when we are frustrated:
February 5, 2013
I spent some time at my dad's house this week scanning pictures, and found this: a 1992 B.Arch. graduation-day photo of Andy and me. There were no other photos of professors. Boyfriend, friends I've lost touch with, parents, buildings, project models... and Andy.
Photo Credit: William Volz, 1992.