Architecture firms are generally inefficient, saddled by a 19th-century business model and tethered to the boom-bust economics of the real estate industry. As an antidote, AIA chief economist Kermit Baker suggests the stabilizing benefits of paraprofessionals. Business consultant Paul Nakazawa encourages architects to go with the flow of the financial crisis. And students from across the globe share their plans for architecture in the 21st century. Read on to learn more.