Architectural Soundbytes: The Shifting Dialogue of Design

By: James Wheeler

Just as a building is comprised of a myriad of structures and systems working in harmony, the language we use to express ourselves requires the same amount of scrutiny and detailing that our designed documents possess. Through a commitment to this crafting of our professional identity we may begin to improve the trajectory
of our architecture and the nature of our relationship to both the built environment and the public we serve.

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James Wheeler is a thesis candidate in the Master of Architecture program at the University of Minnesota's College of Design.

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