Comment on: Steve Jobs' message to architects
Nice piece; thanks. It reminded me of an Henri Ciriani lecture at the Bartlett (many moons ago). Ciriani proposed that no architect ever got paid for doing architecture; architecture, he asserted, is the unexpected moment of magic that the the brief doesn't demand and the client wasn't expecting. I remember starting up my first iPod. I was expecting to wrestle with a piece of high technology that was heavily trailed as having life-changing potential. It did change my life (musically at least)...but I didn't have to wrestle with it. Genius! Thanks Steve...