The TEN “Demandments” of Architecture by @WJMArchitectPosted: January 25, 2013
Many architects feel like their devotion to the practice of architecture is like worship of a secular religion.
Here’s a little fun with our secular religion…
The TEN Demandments of Architecture
by William J. Martin, Architect
- Thou shalt have no clients before thee…
- Thou shalt not make unto thee any graven 3D cadd images.
- Thou shalt not take thy name of thy clients or thy engineers in vain.
- Remember thy project deadline day, and keep it holy.
- Honor thy computer and thy coffee: that thy days may be long.
- Thou shalt not kill thy design critics…
- Thou shalt not commit building design insultery.
- Thou shalt not steel, unless wood or masonry doesn’t support thy design.
- Thou shalt not bear false witness against thy building inspector official.
- Thou shalt not covet thy neighbor’s contractors…
These are only the TEN Demandments, maybe you can think of a few more. Leave a comment and let us know !
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