Working out of the box



Phillip Bernstein I was a practicing architect for about 20 years, spending most of my career at Cesar Pelli’s office in New Haven, where I was the guy who was really interested in the process stuff: how do we get things done? So I focused my career in working on big, complicated projects. At the same

time, I’ve been teaching professional practice at Yale for 17 years. What I try to emphasize with my students is that there are direct relationships between the instruments of design, the act of design, and the process of design, which don’t necessarily focus only on the making of the building.

Four years ago, I shifted over to lead the business unit inside Autodesk that makes the technology that most archi- tects use. It became clear to me during that trajectory that technology was starting to take this increasingly larger role, not just in getting the work done, but also in establishing the relationship between the players


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