PAavotehkti: Who would want to be an architecture... →
Emma Tubbs is crouched on scuffed lino in a bleached-white corridor outside her tutor’s office. She’s not alone. The corridor is crammed with students, each hugging work bound in portfolios, or complicated squiggles on cardboard purporting to be the future of architecture. It’s freshers’ week at…
the best architects are always bit boring ones →
because one might be impressed by perfection of bold unnexpected structures glowing thanks to computer rendering on white pages of newspaper or blogs, but to impress by real experience of living, that requires a bit of courage not to be scared to be little boring. I think. And that´s why I like Todd Saudners architecture.