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Why This Architect Left the Profession

Adele Peters

Is architecture too much about aesthetics and not enough about the people who actually use the buildings? In this post, Christine Outram explains why she changed careers. She says that not only do most architects fail to do enough human-centered research up front, they also don't follow up after something's built to see how well it works in real life. Any architects out there disagree?

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  • Stef McDonald

    I love the example she shares about Starbucks and "responding to people’s needs and desires."