It’s a tale as old as time: After working for years at large architecture firms, three up-and-coming architects set out to launch their own practice. Whether for the thrill of entrepreneurship, the itch for creative freedom, or just being sick and tired of working for someone else, it’s not unusual for designers to take the leap into business ownership. For New York–based Modellus Novus, however, the impetus to launch its own studio came from somewhere else: a desire to change the way architecture itself is practiced.
For cofounders Preeti Sriratana, Jonathan Garnett, and Steven Harper, addressing this issue of limited access in the profession
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