What am I thinking about today? For those of you that follow me (Bueller…anyone?), you know most of my work as an architect has been with adaptive reuse projects mainly in my hometown or nearby communities. We take these exhausted, old buildings and attempt to resurrect them. Continue reading “easy way out”
I hope you have a good home or better yet a loving home life. Sadly, many cannot boast of that – either a home or a positive home life. Nevertheless, most of us, who would be reading a blog online, most likely have somewhere to call home and in some respects a place that is somewhat pleasant, or at least keeps out the rain. Continue reading “can we make a home?”
I’m trying to make this interesting; bear with me.
As a kid growing up in the 1970s and 1980s I recall a fantastic campaign, teaching reading, writing, and arithmetic to children using songs and cleverly written videos. Continue reading “my hero c-of-o”
It seems that new construction makes people nervous when it looks like new construction. Continue reading “hot dogs and chicken nuggets”
As architects, the word expensive comes up in conversation…often. Continue reading “everything is expensive”
Converting a residential building to a commercial use gives me concern.
Over the years I have worked with many clients on the purchase of land for a new house or someone looking to build a commercial building. …keep reading