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NewSchool of Architecture reporter writes a favorable profile of one their grads.  Yours truly.

 

 

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RAW2009amoss studio will transform to moss gallery this weekend, October 03-04 for Ravenswood ArtWalk.  moss will host three terrific Chicago artists among the 175 artists participating in RAW2009.  Please join us, 11a – 6p Saturday and Sunday | West Byron Street & Ravenswood.

sun of the first nationsThe inaugural post should explain the header, right?  Right.  The overall vision is to give an insider’s look at the architectural practice through the lens of my own architectural practice (see “about” page).  In doing so I hope to shed some light the the intricacies of the profession, but more specifically where I would like to see it go and the avenues for getting there.  I think that broadest boulevard is paved with straw, metaphorical straw, of course.  Architects are supposed to be on the front lines of innovation since we see the project first, get our hands dirty first, and typically get to control the flow and direction.  However, too many contradictory interests have invaded our once prominent stronghold.  All in all, we have lost our way.  We are no longer the creators of innovation but the proprietors of sameness. Read the rest of this entry »

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