Filling out a form or questionnaire is a mechanical operation that is generally useless and irrelevant. It represents bureaucracy. Questions are banal/generic and alternatives arbitrary, thus answers lack the subtleties that generally give meaning to arguments. However, this particular form or questionnaire force at least two processes: the need to reflect on one’s own work and, above all, the obligation to choose and, therefore, to present theoretical positions. Ultimately, it’s an excuse to start a conversation.
Instructions for use:
1. This questionnaire is not intended to define your position with regard to the discipline of architecture.
2. It will not give clues or suggestions about your architectural work.
3. If you feel that your interests are not covered by any of the answers given, please write them in the margin.
4. After completing the questionnaire, take a sheet of paper and expand on your answers.
(If you want to share your results please email your filled form to email@example.com)