As architects, we generally get to ‘make architecture'. But how many different ways exist for actually getting projects built and/or creating architecture?
In this episode we explore the last 3 of the 7 strategies for making architecture that Dan Willis outlines in his book “The Emerald City and Other Essays On The Architectural Imagination”.
- Strategy 5: Build It Yourself (Or With Friends)
- Strategy 6: Theorhetical Projects
- Strategy 7: Drawings as Demonstration
Daniel Willis is a professor at the H. Campbell and Eleanor R. Stuckeman School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture at Penn State University.
Daniel Willis is also the author of “The Emerald City and Other Essays On The Architectural Imagination”. Get it on Amazon by clicking here (before they run out).
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