This summer I had probably the least traditional architecture internship experience I could have had, which is precisely the kind of experience I was looking for. In fact, my boss, Adam, doesn’t even like referring to himself as an architect. Entrepreneur, designer, businessman, and artist, may all be more appropriate. Despite this, most of his work does still revolve around designing and building physical structures, particularly structures with practical functions. This is a shaky definition I use to separate sculpture from architecture, although much of Adam’s work does straddle the line between sculpture and architecture.
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