Dear Architects, I am sick of your shit – An open letter by Annie Choi I found this article and thought I would share it Hilarious ;). This open letter to architects was published last year in Pidgin, a gradutate The letter was written by Annie Choi, who has plenty of architect. carrying on its cover the words ‘DEAR ARCHITECTS’ is ready and will be launched at -hold your breath!- Dear Architects by Annie Choi.
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This friend introduced me to other friends, who were also studying architecture. Then I will go and there will be other architects talking about AutoCAD shortcuts and something about electric panels and can you believe that is all I did today, what a drag. Once, a long time ago in the days of yore, I had chii friend who was studying architecture to become, presumably, an architect.
Dear Architects, I am sick of your shit
Architects are an important part of my existence. One will say how he was at the studio until five in the morning, only to return again two hours later. You can all take a lesson from Rem Koolhaas. The following letter was sent to me in Spanish, it has also been published in Italian so you can guess the wide reception it has had.
And I also hear that in a stunning move, he is making a building that looks not like a glass cock, but like a concrete vagina. She is just a writer. And they all design glass dildos that I will never work or live in and serve only to obstruct my view of New Jersey.
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She is just a writer. Oct 17, 07 Then I will go and there will be other archietcts talking about AutoCAD shortcuts and something about electric panels and can you believe that is all I did today, what a drag. Architects are an important part of my existence.
Monday, 2 November Take Annir But I do not care about architecture.
I force them to discuss far more interesting topics, like turkey eggs. I force them to acrhitects far more interesting topics, like turkey eggs. I have a friend who is a lawyer.
I’m an architect, and I’m not a douche bag, and I’m no more self-absorbed about my possibilities for wreaking positive change in the world than are my friends who are doctors, writers, and engineers.
Do not get me wrong, architects. Oct 15, 07 6: Stevie Nicks, I want to be with you everywhere Oct 15, 07 4: I mean if it works for dogs, it could work for us right?
Anyway, I am particularly fond of the slide with the cow that flew across and the ramen slide. I will leave that to the scientists to figure out. You think, obviously she does not understand. They call me at eleven at night and say they just got off work, am I hungry?