If we’re to see a culture change within Architecture that de-prioritises ‘value management’ and ‘architecture as an object’, we need the data that says it’s actually economically and environmentally correct to design for the human rather than the wallet or ego.
Tristan Morgan, National Design Technology Lead: Innovation at COX Architecture and Teaching Associate at the University of Western Australia, has first-hand insight into the AEC/UX problem in both practice and practicality. He answers a few of my questions to help frame the project.
As a UX Designer, I would have thought that Architecture is the original UX Design. So does Architecture’s excitement about UX design mean Architecture is forgetting its own history?