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Between Brunelleschi and Alberti, the Individual and the Collaborative: A Critical Collective

Tomas Rossant

The Plan Editorials are at their most revelatory when they explain both personal viewpoints and how specific design cultures thrive and innovate. The writings are compelling as they expose us to the range of architectural discourse, modes of design inquiry and the rich and varied processes by which design ideas take shape. Today there is a broad spectrum of design practice taxonomies, from firms defined by heroic individual genius, to loose confederations of interdisciplinary designers - and everything in between. This magazine presents these valuable perspectives, and here, I want to add to the dialogue and present a personal outlook and an uncommon practice ethos that is not commonly represented: a design collective, with multiple voices of design leadership, pursuing architectural excellence and intensely focused on using architecture’s power to improve human communities - a...

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