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Posted by  Lovleen on February 19, 2004 at 05:20:25:

In Reply to:  Re: Architecture: Is it the right choice? posted by don't kill me on February 15, 2004 at 06:08:32:

Hi!
I think u have a point there!
Seeing all this 'creative distruction' today in the form of insensitive and non-ecofriendly architecture should be a motivation for us to change it. But, do we have that much courage and creativity?
Are we right choice for architecture?

As for me,the huge responsibility associated with architecture really scares me. I feal very strongly about architecture but i am still unsure if i will ever practice architecture.
In my initial years in college, i was in love with architecture, there was a lot i wanted to do. But gradually the reality sank in, architecture is not a one man show, and it might take a lifetime to get a team who shares ur enthusiasm.
It's easy to be a mediocre architect, but to build something worthwile one neads a backing and a lot of good luck, along with a drive to go on and on. Ther r a few people i respect and envy in this regard.

About myself, i have a long way to go before I even think about plunging into architecture on my own. There r still a lot of things I have to acquire to become'the right choice for architecture'! I just know one thing, I will never do something I don't believe in. So, I might up end up doing everything but architecture.

 
 
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