ruminations about architecture and design

Sunday, March 5, 2017

coordination methods

In architecture, the best way to make things work is to allow a little bit of room for error at critical steps in the assembly process. Even if the project has the luxury of modeling or prototyping of critical
areas, the scale ultimately overwhelms perfect communication. Buildings are not like cars. Nor are they organic--they exist in a strange place where critical interfaces are defined by conventions that frequently have arbitrary origins. 

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