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Couple of architecture firms I worked for have outdated decor, were disorganized, cluttered, dirty, surrounded by death plants and broken furniture. You wouldn't think they are design companies if you walk into one.
I think the main reason is "perfect or nothing". We talk a lot about what we should do but never come to a conclusion what or when. There is a flood of new ideas everyday, we don't know what to choose from. What if I make this decision, then there is a better option tomorrow?
It bothers new clients that the offices were in poor shapes. But old clients saw it as the sign that we are really really busy, which means their money was used on the projects.
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