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Life of an Architect Podcast Ep. 115: The Art of Getting It Wrong

Life of an Architect Podcast

Life of an Architect Podcast Ep. 115: The Art of Getting It Wrong


By BOB BORSON, FAIA | December 14, 2022

Architecture is not a trade, it’s a craft. And it normally takes years of practice before you start to routinely exist in the delicate balance between programming requirements and artistic expression. Since this suggests that time and evolution are a consideration to development, it also suggests that architects don’t always get it right. Welcome to Life of an Architect Podcast Ep. 115: The Art of Getting It Wrong.

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