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 autumn 2018, BUILD sat down with Ed Weinstein of Seattle-based Weinstein A+U to discuss the prefabricated, modular Papali Wailea project he designed and codeveloped on Maui in 2008. They discussed his design approach for the tropics, creating a spirit of place, and how to keep pests out of architecture.
By Ron Van der Veen with Susan Jones Photography By Nathanael Van der Veen In my previous post […]
By Erin Langner Rendering of the new Mini Mart City Park project by SuttonBeresCuller, designed by goCstudio. Courtesy […]