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After the 2016 US Election, we saw the mantra "WE WON'T BUILD YOUR WALL" pop up around architecture schools and offices around the country. What are your thoughts on this?
Right on. We shouldn't normalize...
That's dumb. Why forfeit your voice in the conversation?
What's your favorite Whitney Houston song?
I Wanna Dance With Somebody (who loves me)
How Will I Know (If he really loves me)
I Will Always Love You
Don't Walk Away From Me (I have nothing...)
Explain your answer, Whitney
If the NYPD approached you and asked you - either as a designer, or in a different capacity - to help them create "safer neighborhoods", what would you say?
"Someone's gonna do it, might as well be me!"
"I'd do it: at least I'd have a place at the table..."
Explain your answer...
Which would be the best improvement to air travel?
More leg room (for more bone jumpin')
Make the planes wickidd faster
Whitney Houston holograms in Business Class
Replace airplanes with a network of catapults
I have a better idea...
The Bible tells us that "No one can serve two masters": can architects work with private developer clients (like Kushner companies, for example), and at the same time try to create a better city - or world - for everyone?
No, and why should they? Their primary responsibility is to their paying client, not to some activist cause...
No. And actually, architects are more dangerous than developers, so they need to sit down.
Yes. Developer projects can have benefits that trickle down and positively effect the whole city...
None of the above.
How would you improve your bathroom?
Convert it into a permanent shrine for Elton John
Add a bidet!
Add a parti wall with a Glory Hole
I wear adult diapers and rarely use my bathroom.
I've got a better plan:
"Architecture attempts to create order, and as a result, winds up being about control." What's your view on this statement?
I agree. By virtue of creating order, architecture is reactionary, and therefore fundamentally anti-progressive
I agree, and I don't see anything wrong with this. Who wants to live in anarchy and chaos, anyway?
I agree, but architects can resist this...
I disagree. Architecture is always disrupting systems of control and order...
What's one thing that architects should know more about, because right now they don't seem to get it?
How to run a business
The world around them
Fashion (they're too matchy-matchy)
Give some detail about your choice, or pick something else:
Question: Describe a space based on your childhood memory of it:
Question: Describe the space of your most drunken, strung out, or hungover moment:
Pick one, and take the appropriate sheet set.