Architect/User Preference Difference?

April 23rd, 2010 by Peter Schmelzer

Just read a research summary from the University of Minnesota’s InformeDesign that discussed the apparent difference in aesthetic preferences between architects and building users. To cut to the quick:

Based on the report, building design that would satisfy both architects and building users would include:

  • pitched roof
  • traditional wall materials
  • strong architectural character
  • I invite you to check out our portfolio; you’ll find that our projects appeal to both the users and the architect!

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