Message - Re: How to be involved in architecture if you're not studying architecture?

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Posted by  c on November 25, 2003 at 02:14:51:

In Reply to:  How to be involved in architecture if you're not studying architecture? posted by Jon on November 24, 2003 at 08:19:56:

it seems to have slipped most people's minds - but architecture ALWAYS involves non-architects, ie the rest of the world . we need clients for whom we can build new and beautiful things, and who can pay us enough to live on in return.... Architects don't only build before an audience of other architects, but for the non architecture world as well. the more the layman knows about and appreciates architecture, whether as a possible client or just someone who likes buildings the better it is for the profession.
yes jon the field is cool.

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