These four designers thought they’d become something else. All four went to traditional architecture school, and all four had grand plans to follow in the hard-worn footsteps of the many greats that had come before them. But Carrie Dessertine, Dana Jaasund, Matthew Grzywinski, andAmador Pons all ended up taking unconventional routes to their present career paths. And despite doing things a little differently—or maybe because of it—these four have all turned out just fine. More than fine. They’re building and designing, and living the dream. But is the road less traveled really the best way for these designers to become the next starchitects? Especially if they’re not really architects at all?
Love this story. Read more here