A thought came to me as part of my preparation to teach my Sunday school class. I typically teach a three-month long class once a year, sometimes more. In our current material, pastor and author Mark Batterson, in writing about spiritual matters, discusses limits we place on ourselves from (incorrect) assumptions we make. Continue reading “eight foot ceiling”
Disclaimer: Architectural Historians beware, I make sweeping generalizations and reference a limited portion of world architecture here to make a larger point.
For centuries, if not millennia, architects, master builders, kings and rulers have created large public works and other works of architecture that we would categorize under a particular style. Continue reading “what are the rules?”
As architects, the word expensive comes up in conversation…often. Continue reading “everything is expensive”
We measure time by minutes, weeks, months, and fortunately measure them by years. As the earth completes its rotation around the sun we see this as cause to celebrate. I know it seems arbitrary, but let’s go with it.
Q: Where are small firm practitioners’ projects in relation to their offices? How far away do they take on projects?
A: I don’t know other than myself.
I’m going to break one of my rules.
This will lead to architecture. Read on.
…keep reading please