What is bothering you with conventional architecture education?
What is bothering you with FSA?
What is bothering you with the architecture industry?
What is bothering you as an architect?
What prevents (can prevent) FSA from slipping into (and therefore replicating and propagating) the bad habits we architects learned at architecture school?
What are the relationships between hierarchy, transparency, structure, and 'free' at FSA?
What would you like these relationships to be?
What structures (in organization & decision making) would allow for this?
Scheduled Time: 2PM-5PM at Star Apartments
Notes from recent discussion with Mallory and her boss Nathan:
Social activities with residents IS important - (to reassure me that this wouldn't be disruptive)
The residents will eventually move on from Star Apartments, it would be great to give a basic overview of what public space is and means and how people can advocate for themselves in this area.
How can we work with cities to design these spaces?
Let them know what we will need re supplies etc.