My absence from regular posts is regrettably a casualty of a busy summer schedule. However, the good result is work is moving towards getting built and other projects are nearing in the struggle to reach that level.
Needless to say, this has caused me to think about a familiar argument of what defines architecture – or better yet at what point does something become architecture.
Although I wrote about this years ago , far be it from me to define architecture and far be it from me to define (or limit) what is not. Yet as I was leaving a project team meeting last week for a project that just received a building permit and is slated to begin construction in less than two weeks, something struck me. This project is no longer an idea, an intangible concept of how one might add onto their home. It will become real. They will live in it.
(Read more) Via https://thinkarchitect.wordpress.com/2015/08/24/moment-it-becomes-architecture/#more-4705
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