Neil Archer is an imaginative young architect who has designed the winning entry in the architecture competition for the new Boston History Museum. In an act of cowardice, his boss takes the credit and changes the design and Neil is forced to be silent and continue working on the project despite his objections. At a crossroads, Neil must face the realities of going forward. He has always relied on his own talent and instincts but he has never been a very good judge of character and he falls into a deep depression.
How does one so talented end up feeling so miserable? Does working for others allow for creativity? And who owns the rights to a design idea?
Although these are tough questions for Neil to answer, it takes the visions of a new design to revive him, and Neil soon realizes he needs his friends’ help to pursue his ultimate dream.
DESIGN MORALITY is a novel that will immerse the reader in the world of buildings and architects, exploring the trials and tribulations of the design process and what it can take to make a great work of architecture.
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