When The Simpsons make fun of your work, you have arrived, right?
Many think of architecture as a final product, such as a building, a park or a piece of furniture. Many forget about the creative journey that arrives at the final product.
Process and product—in life as in design, getting there is as gratifying as being there.
I ask this of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art: why is the process that architect Frank Gehry is famously known for absent from your current exhibit?