- Q1 What architectural and design buzzwords need to be retired?
- — AIA Media Relations (@AIA_Media)Wed, Mar 05 2014 19:05:31Livable is to community as edible is to food. A bare minimum – surely we want more so how can we better articulate the sentiment? #aiachat
- — Shaunacy Ferro (@shaunacysays)Wed, Mar 05 2014 19:07:07My personal beef is with the word "ironic."Sometimes it’s completely apt, but more often used by designers tooting their own horn. #aiachat
- — William Richards (@wrichardsiv)Wed, Mar 05 2014 19:12:43#aiachat You don't get to call your own work iconic. But, if someone else happens to, there's no shame in quoting them.
- — Shaunacy Ferro (@shaunacysays)Wed, Mar 05 2014 19:16:01For iconic: famous, influential, renowned. Plenty of ways to get the point across w/o basically declaring your design a deity. #aiachat Q2
- — Sarah Goodyear (@buttermilk1)Wed, Mar 05 2014 19:07:46I am no fan of “sustainable.” I think it has essentially lost all meaning, if it ever had any. Sustained by what? At what cost? #aiachat
- — William Richards (@wrichardsiv)Wed, Mar 05 2014 19:07:48#aiachat Not all food is edible (Hi, Applebee's). Not all communities are livable. I say: the term is reasonable.
- — Sarah Goodyear (@buttermilk1)Wed, Mar 05 2014 19:11:12
- — Katie Weeks (@katieweeks)Wed, Mar 05 2014 19:09:32
- — Autodesk AEC (@AutodeskAEC)Wed, Mar 05 2014 19:10:28A1: the idea of buzzwords in general detracts from architecture's mode of creating meaning via design & space ^ERH #AIAchat
AIA Chat: Communicating the Value of Design
How do you communicate the value of design? AIA Media set out to explore the answers in AIA Chat.