If you could pause real life and spend some time living with a family anywhere in the world, where would you go?
This is an interesting question. And if I weren’t an architect, I would have a long list of places and cultures that I could submit as an answer. I don’t think it would be possible to limit it to one single location. There are so many interesting and intriguing cultures and locations on this earth that I could spend my entire life going from one place and culture to another and never see them all or get my fill.
But, as an architect, I would say that this is actually part of my job. Because, when you design a home for someone, for a family, this is exactly what you have to do – put yourself in their shoes and decide what is most important in how a home should function, how it should flow and what it should feel like. To be an architect is also to be part sociologist, psychologist, anthropologist, engineer, artist and archeologist. It also helps to be psychic and telepathic as well.
Dude, you are too funny. I like the fact that you use humor in many of your posts to make points. Architecture is important, and it can be fun too 🙂 LOVE the picture of what Architects will look like in the future! Also excited to see the container project moving forward, hope to see pictures of the completed home. Cheers, Byron