Here is a nice video by Doug Patt, talking about the design process some architects use. It involves a lot of research, thinking, and sketching to come up with different ideas.
He draws inspiration from Prof Edmund Bacon “Its in the doing that the idea comes”. That is, we must sit and work through something before we can find the best way to solve a problem. Solving a design problem is essentially taking what we know and putting it together with that particular challenge. When an architect sits down to problem solve they frequently sketch.
Enjoy the video!
“Its in the doing that the idea comes”
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