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Plural Profession, Discrepant Practices
Plural profession, discrepant practices

Architects need to play a direct role in the policy-making in a community; once a decision has been made and handed to the architect, it's too late. After all, the role of any artist is to help people see things as they truly are. Samuel Mockbee (quoted in Seymour 2000, 27)

The How and the for Whom

In the past, the ‘how’ and the ‘for whom’ of architecture have been intimately related. Empirical studies of architectural firms show that the way architects are trained and work – the methodologies and tools they use, how they organize labour and pay structure, the size and location of an office, etc. – directly affects what they work on and who they work for ...

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