who we are: our approach: how they work: it actually does take a village
principals in corporate practices tend guard their team(s) with their lives to protect their perceived sense of institutional knowledge. they do this knowingly and with predictable regularity at the expense of what’s in the best interest of another partner’s clients, projects and / or in the best interest of the firm’s overall mission. in a complex architectural project and in practice, it actually takes the collaboration and selfless ambition of many to do what's right for the client, the project and the team before the protection of one's own turf, which is often present in a corporate environment.
at brick, we feel the best ideas usually emerge from collective conversation and not from a single individual or single voice.