- Title Pages
- Before the Beginning
- A Feel For Place
- Sites of Design
- Dripping With History
- Site Stories
- Between Reality and Possibility
- Between Intuition and Exploration
- Acts of Design
- Design Tools
- Digital Romantics
- Between Architect and Client
- Listen: Channeling or Imposing Ideas?
- Between One and One Another
- Friends, Colleagues, Competitors
- Magic Moments
- Listen: Creative Time
- Reflection: Creativity and its Limits
- Interlude: Two Kinds of Uncertainty
- Listen: Angst in Architecture
- (p.95) Site Stories
- Cornell University Press
Architects’ responses to place are framed by the actions of other people, and by the legislative contexts in which they operate. Building professionals, clients, planners, and consultants are often met on-site.
Tom explains some of the background of a possible new project on the drive over. He had a call the preceding week from Michael, the father of an old school friend. They had a chat about a couple of building projects. Both sounded interesting, though it is still unclear what they would entail and whether they were likely to be feasible. There is no brief. Depending on today’s visit, there may even be no project....
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