Cory Leonard

Architecture & the merits of being a generalist – The European

In career on May 16, 2014 at 3:04 pm

The architect Reinier de Graff is a hedgehog–without apology:

I think that is what the architect and the journalist have in common. In a context hugely dominated by specialization, the generalist gets very strange opportunities. There are very few people left to connect the dots. Being a laymen with curiosity, which both of them often are, becomes a virtue.

via Architecture & the merits of being a generalist – The European.

 

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