Is architecture on the verge of the greatest change in centuries? Ceilidh Higgins looks to the future and predicts disruption of epic proportions. This is part of the ACA’s Where to From Here series, which invites reflections on the recent ACA – SA State of the Profession research.
The architectural profession could be sitting on the brink of the largest shift in how we practice since the Middle Ages and the time of the master builder. Alternatively, we could become totally irrelevant to anything except the boutique house. The scary thing is that much of our profession seems totally unaware this seismic shift could soon occur.
I really enjoyed writing this article for the ACA, it brings together a number of topics I have written about over the last few years. To read the full article go to the ACA website here. If you are interested in the ACA-SA State of the Profession research you can find a summary here. I also recommend checking out the other articles in the series.
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