For a number of years now, human architects have had the ability to input information into computers to express designs. Often times, the results have been skewed, I believe, by the slickness of the architectural imagery comes out of a dialogue with a computer. I feel that the clients of these computer architects would be better served as with the architect producing imagery that connects on a more human level with the client who is often times a businessperson, visually unconscious but somehow knowing of what is good on some intuitive level. I think it’s that intuitive level that needs to be addressed in architect client collaboration. And when this is done right, I believe a better architecture will come of this. My company, SAI, Works in the gap between an experienced and seasoned hand-drawn artist and with what digital is capable of doing. There is a merging of the two approaches and this leads to a more humanistic visualizatiion that produces images that are tactile and connect with the more intuitive and human side of architect’s client thus leading to better architecture and better professional relationships; and relationships that last.