I was told years ago that our weaknesses are our strengths taken to an extreme. Continue reading “critical of being critical”
Architects seem to thrive in the world of choices.
Others find it paralyzing or at least frustrating the more choices there are. Continue reading “choices”
Architects love their tools – whether they’re analog or digital tools. We all have our favorites and debates break out on what are the best and why. Continue reading “territorial about tools”
Behind every good architect is a good client; good clients are necessary to good architecture. Continue reading “good client, good architecture”
***warning*** If you ask me to respond again to this question tomorrow, my answer will be different.
I read an interesting article recently, that was shared by a good friend of mine, where the author posits that there are architects, that are largely appreciated only by architects, whose architecture is primarily “about architecture.” Continue reading “architects’ architect?”
I’ve been practicing architecture for 25 years (actually closer to 26 now). I started a YAF (young architects forum) and am no longer a “young” architect by that standard. Next year I’ll turn 50 years old and am told that is when things begin. I can’t wait…I think. Continue reading “then and now”