Alright, I have a request of the Archinect community out there. I was recently assigned a small case study for my professional practice course and was hoping one of the many architects out there could help me out.
The case study involves examining a "project from a practice/service/process perspective (not necessarily a design perspective)". The meat of the case study is an interview with the designer responsible for the project which is supplemented with other published sources (journals, books, web sites, etc.).
One of the requirements is that it cannot be a project on which I have worked during internship. So sure I can contact either of the two firms I've worked for and choose a project I didn't help with, but I'm quite familiar with most of their work, so I'm hoping to broaden my perspective.
So if you have an interesting project that you wouldn't mind sharing with me (and eventually the BSU School of Architecture, at large) than please contact me, either in the comments or through an email. The interview is six (6) questions and looks at issues of coordination, communication, problems encountered, and project success (or lack thereof).
I know there are a lot of great architects and projects out there, so I look forward to hearing from some of you. Thank you in advance.