How to Make Things Real and Unreal
architecture, lecture, Jack Self, communication, conceptual development, lateral thinking, REAL Foundation
Jack Self Director, REAL foundation Editor-in-Chief, Real Review Unit Master of Diploma Six, Architectural Association
To develop your own practice requires repetitively making and doing. Beginning and being have their own complications: perhaps you have little money (or no access to money); perhaps you struggle to define your objectives; perhaps you know what you want to do, but do not know the best way or method to execute the idea. The creation of material and immaterial objects is different from their formal design; practice implicates strategy, communication, conceptual development and lateral thinking.
Self, Jack, "How to Make Things Real and Unreal" (2020). School of Architecture Lectures Series. 203.
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