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Archi-limbo? How low can you go? How low can you go? How low can you go? When the Going Gets Tough, the Tough Get Going!
Selling ideas is a not a feasible business concept in Malaysia, 5¢ pirated software anyone? Bring your own USB thumbdrive! Read the full interview – Great Ideas Department: 5¢ Architecture.
Twenty-seven-year old Seattle resident [and architect] John Morefield…was laid off not once, but twice in a single year as projects dry up and small firms tighten budgets. So what’s a boy to do? Watch Peanuts cartoons and hang out at the local farmers’ market?
Why yes indeed. Morefield’s concept for Architecture 5Â¢–edificially inspired by Charles Schulz’s psychiatrist booth for Lucy–is bringing architecture to the people, and people to the architecture. For a nickel, passerby can ask questions that range from simple (“What’s the best insulation to use next to concrete in a basement?”) to complex (“We have a 700-square foot Seattle bungalow and want to add a second story because we’re expecting our first child… Help!”). Source