A recent article in our local paper reminded me of a well-known problem we have in our country’s construction (and manufacturing) industry. We need men and women not to go to college. Yes, I said that, but I do know they need other forms of higher education. Continue reading “trade in for the trades”
Summer is almost over Continue reading “looking back I wonder”
If you don’t commonly engage in the world of architectural social media, if you don’t read architectural journals or participate in the architectural community, then this topic might be new to you. Continue reading “architecture for change”
As I dictate the original words of this post into my digital recorder (for which I will edit later) I am sitting in traffic headed into Pittsburgh for a daylong series of continuing education classes hosted by AIA Pittsburgh. I am passing the time. Continue reading “careful what you wish for”
After a tumultuous year, how as architects do we look forward to a new year? Continue reading “what an architect thinks in 2017”
As architects, the word expensive comes up in conversation…often. Continue reading “everything is expensive”
I’m going to break one of my rules.