I get the point of the topic of this month’s #Architalks and I’m sure my friends will have amazing responses. You should read theirs first and come back to mine. Go ahead, I’ll wait. Continue reading “dream until your dreams come true”
I’m only human
Of flesh and blood, I’m made
Born to make mistakes*
To err is human they say, Continue reading “some kind of mistake”
Are you thinking about hiring an architect?
Are you having hesitations not knowing what to expect?
Will this architect listen to me?
Will they force their design upon me? Continue reading “designing for others – how hard could it be?”
Apart from that stint in fifth and sixth grade where working for Marvel Comics was the dream, I have always wanted to be an architect. The path was charted early on. Continue reading “a paved but winding career path”
We use a lot of words, but we give our word and that should me something more. Nonetheless, when we give our word it seems we need a lot of words to ensure that we actually give our word.
There is an age-old debate among architectural professionals and those in the academic world about what should or should not be taught in architectural school. How does an institution prepare young minds for the world of architecture or some related area of practice? Continue reading “experience comes from experiences “
Esoteric explanations, conceptual commencements, or inspirational initiations, we typically have some starting point besides the pragmatic, practical or functional. How else can one create beauty if one excludes elements or a thought process that make being human worthy? Continue reading “unlikely inspiration was there all along”