Absolutely hilarious! Good friend and fellow archie, Ray, operates a great blog that provides humor and education for building lovers like us. Even if you’re not a arch. history buff, his “guess this fake architect” series is an outstandingly silly brain teaser. This volume had me laughing out loud.


For this and future GTFA posts, I am going to start citing sources. If you’re playing along at home, avoid the underlined text if you don’t want to give it away. Don’t know the rules? Check out the first and second volumes:

GTFA – Vol. 1
GTFA – Vol. 2

This fake architect is a member of family who, including his brother and father, have been designing at the elite level since 1971.

He was drafted in 1998, tasked with turning around the fortunes of a struggling Indianapolis firm. There he delivered beyond expectations, even bringing to the franchise a Pritzker Prize, architecture’s highest honor, in 2006. Throughout his career, this architect has earned buildings in nearly every major architectural category, fromcity halls to concert halls, even towers. He is perhaps most dominant in the museum category, contributing such masterpieces as the East Building of…

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