In the development of a project, do you feel closer to the client or to the public as a whole who will use the final product?
Both - because often times they are interested in the same thing. The developer wants to make money and in order to do that he understands that he/she has to offer a superior product to the end user. It is more often the architect who is aloof to social and economic needs.
the projet much move to client
neither - the design should stand alone.....
I always ask myself, "How will this project affect its community?" I don't believe a project can not as this question in today's world.
The Client first, then the public
Because my work is mostly residential and i deal directly with the client/homeowners, I develop fairly personal relationships. So, I would say I feel closer to the client. But, as I noted in previous answers, I am very cognizant of the public in the process.
If not, then it was a failure.
I design a piece of architecture for the people using the building and for the context into which it will sit, in this sense it is sometimes difficult to separate client and public.
I am a people person. I connect with my clients and the users much more than with the building itself. I put their needs and their wants first and then adapt my design around that.
more to the public as end users continue to feedback to the client
Logically, we are closer to the client as he/ she is paying for the whole project but we should also take into consideration of the public needs. A fine balance is needed here.
Its important to respect both. But we have the responsibility to make that space suitable for the public
Completely depends on the project
the client, because it is important that the project represents him!
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