Killing Innovation?

When you sue an architect for problems with an unconventional / original design, are you stomping out innovation? MIT would probably say no, while Frankie G may disagree…


Posted: August 26th, 2010
at 5:42am by orangemenace

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  1. “We’ll never know who was at fault, so no one can learn from it.” – This is what kills innovation.

    Suing an architect who builds a faulty building is just necessary. The alternative is to leave it leaking?

    What’s needed to stop the bashing of famous buildings is communication from the people involved to the press, about what the problems are. If we can all see the design was good then it changes the story.


    4 Sep 10 at 2:43 pm



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