Judgment places architecture’s content into a swirling constellation of parts...parts that won't amount to much if they don't exceed themselves.

Judgment aligns details to form rooms, buildings, and cities. It lets unassuming matter — sheetrock, glass, ducts, dirt, steel — revolve around definitions of space that are at once confident and open to new ways of living.

Judgment invigorates the professionalisms, problem-solvings, and on-time, on-budget protocols that course through buildings. Judgment doesn’t deny the importance of any of these traits. It denies that any of them on their own can constitute architecture.

They can’t. Judgment can.