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Everyday Engineering


by:Andrew Burroughs + IDEO

I began in engineering and switched to architecture. After finishing school I found this book in a shop in Seattle and felt compelled to spend then-precious money on it. I’ve read through it a few times and each time it clicks on a certain part of my brain. Ultimately I think it serves to hone the part of the mind that identifies problems. And identification, I’ve heard, serves some kind of important function in the solution to problems.

– Alexander Pagliere








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