Gerhard Richter. Atlas. Tafel 5. Albumfotos 1962-1968. ©Gerhard Richter 2011.
The creative process is an intriguing design problem of its own: how should you craft the method used to craft other things? This is the second in a series of essays exploring this topic through the lens of strange atlas, an interpretive creative process. Although this approach applies beyond narrow disciplinary boundaries, the essays focus on its application for designing the built environment.
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Photo by Mallory Scott Cusenbery
“That thing the nature of which is totally unknown to you is usually what you need to find, and finding it is a matter of getting lost.” — Rebecca Solnit  > Read More
Mallory Scott Cusenbery, AIA, is the design principal at RossDrulisCusenbery Architecture, Inc., a mid-sized firm specializing in justice, public safety and community projects. > Read More