Ruth Brennan's comments
Not quite as bad as the Fryscraper but still pretty awful. How can the word 'ethereal' be applied to such a large and obvious glass monolith? At least it is 'anchored to the ground' - I find such statements really quite weird. I doubt anything would make it float over it.
In response to Robert Wakeham, ARB board members do not put 'ARB' after their names. Those who use the suffix are therefore not passing themselves off as board members.
Although RIBAnet is defunct, ArchitectNet is alive and well and a good source of information and advice from fellow professionals. It is open to all ARB registered architects and you can find it here http://architecture.boardhost.com/index.php.
Love the drawings!
Which 'Function of Architect' do you want to protect? They are many and varied!
A tie? How dull. He's an architect. He's supposed to look a bit alternative.
Is it small practice bashing week? There is an article in BD expressing the opinion that a small practice cannot possibly change into a large practice. Here is an article saying that small practices do not have the business 'savvy' to grow. Many of the large practices around today started off small. Some practices prefer to stay that way. There are some very large practices whose lack of business acumen far surpasses anything seen in small practice: not paying their employees at all, for example.
Wrong. It is to be converted into a dilithium recharger for visiting Galaxy class starships.