→ Interviews: Situated Professionally?

Chapter 3 has focussed on how the current societal condition is changing the role that work and profession play as stabilising aspects in our lives. In the last part of the chapter, we saw how this instability could manifest in new kinds of situational and transversal professionality that depart from traditional job descriptions and create a framework to understand the kind of approach architects will need to develop to succeed in a rapidly changing world. 

In the fourth practice element, Situated Professionally, I test the theory from Chapter III against the findings from a series of semi-structured interviews with the graduates from the last practice element.