The sentence, “Innovation requires more exploration and risk-taking than architects are typically used to.” sounds incorrect tome, but I cannot put my finger on what the problem is. Please help me figure it out. Many Thanks!
I would say:
”Innovation requires more exploration and risk-taking than those the architects are typically used to.”
The thing is that in the second clause there is a shortened form of the predicate (which can be reconstructed as ‘are used to exploration and risk-taking’).
Instead of these omitted words we need the pronoun ”those”.