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Joseph Clarke

Joseph Clarke is an architect and has worked at the firms of Eisenman Architects and Skidmore, Owings & Merrill. He is now completing a doctoral dissertation at Yale University on the history of architectural acoustics.

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Architecture never goes entirely according to plan. Every project deviates from its designers’ expectations, and wise architects learn to anticipate, mitigate, and sometimes celebrate the errors along the way. Perspecta 46 argues that error is part of architecture’s essence: mistranslations, contradictions, happy accidents, and wicked problems pervade our systems of design and building, almost always yielding surprising aberrations.