When all of these iterations are collaged together it is hard to notice the small differences, the shifts of spaces, the changes in circulation and the movements of the outside wall. They all look similar, like a repeated idea over and over, but each shift is significant is some way. It moves the design forward or into a new direction, you don’t know exactly where you’re going in each iteration, but it gets you somewhere. Like trial and error, design is a development of iterations, a series of thoughts affecting the next.
-by Alexis Richbart