How Design Advisory Groups Require More than One Color

A common question I often hear from participants in design advisory groups is, “Why do architects wear black?” There are many theories on why architects dress like cat burglars. In reality, an architect’s role is not black and white; it spans the spectrum of the rainbow, where we commonly act as the unifier, facilitator and moderator of a larger collective to bring consensus to many.

Building Dialogue

April 26, 2020