Disentanglement And Gates

An interactive game of architecture practice
By Greg Hall, Design Intelligence
June 19, 2013

Architecture graduates often hit a wall when they enter the workplace. They’re unprepared for practice realities that place emphasis on practical issues over design. They find the traditionally creative aspects of design, aspects to which they devoted 90 percent of their time and energy, and aspects they derived so much satisfaction from and that fueled their energy for charrettes, suddenly account for only 10 percent of their time and more importantly, a small percentage of their satisfaction. The result of the sudden impact is that many students question if architecture was the right career decision for them. More …

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