While digging through ARCADE issues from years long past, we stumbled on Gordon Walker’s review of Peter Miller’s […]
The cold, raw reality of having to secure work is the ink stain on an architect’s otherwise crisply laundered shirt of passion and craft. I don’t recall one single architecture professor even hinting at this during my formative years in design school.
In the past few months, a curious set of buttons has appeared at the base of my Gmail messages. They are canned replies to whatever text the software has detected in the preceding email, clickable responses like “I’m interested” or “sounds good!”