Christopher Kelly reflects on wilfulness and how Architecture Workshop navigates its way by a series of design intents.
As the cliché goes, the concept – usually a ‘divine moment of inspiration’ by the solemn architect – is quickly transferred to whatever is handy before the insight fades: the sketch on the napkin or a primal scribble in a revered sketchbook. It becomes a shorthand reference for the project. I do it myself
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