They buy in too.
Things are heating up, but now there’s a third client. They’ll never let us do this.
Plan B shopping list: artichoke scraps (furniture), waste teak root (carpentry), ham bone, cascara, carbonized cow skull (multiple uses), etc...
Our balloon building is perfect except in the eyes of the third client – Westminster’s landmark commission. They approve the structure, but obsess over its breach of the historic rooftop datum. We’ll draw it anyway... We’ll submit it anyway... They’ll reject it anyway...
Detail, draw, fabricate, install, uninstall plan B. It’s a good plan B. Everyone likes it, but it’s not the project...
We have a hunch... more than a hunch. All new work must be finished in advance. It used to be enough to distinguish the built from the unbuilt and judge it all the same, but it’s much easier now to build what you want, and our task is to find a way.