Maybe the proffessionals out there have some thing to say,some great architect who passed away afew months ago must have said that getting the contract was the hardest part.........
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el Pepe wrote:someone once said, an architect continually gains knowlege, knowing less & less about more & more until eventually he knows nothing about everything.
Not really the way it was put, original wasn't just about architecture.
[B]The specialist learns more and more about less and less until, finally, he knows everything about nothing]
I would imagine the architect to the the specialist and not the generalist
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I heard it from Alexandros Tombazis recently. He was describing the difference between engineers and architects. Although he placed the architect in the generalist role and the the engineer in the specialist. Not sure if everyone would agree with him.
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