During an audio diary, Tomas reflects on the difficulties of occupying, in his words, “the space between.” He is talking specifically about the space between a plan and a building, the endless decisions, negotiations, problems, and reconciliations that emerge in the effort to translate a plan into a physical structure. In his account it is an anxious space but also one where profound enjoyment and reward can be found. His reflections can be generalized to a larger truth about the nature of architects’ working lives. Much of what this book explores involves architects’ efforts to occupy spaces that are, literally and conceptually, “between.”...
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