There is no clean break between my life and my work. I don’t really know how to answer this question otherwise. …keep reading
My absence from regular posts is regrettably a casualty of a busy summer schedule. However, the good result is work is moving towards getting built and other projects are nearing in the struggle to reach that level. …keep reading
I have written on this subject many times – especially in the earlier years of my blog (here, here and here). As one of my goals is to share how architects think, I’ve worked to be transparent with my own thoughts and my own journey. I hope it has helped someone.
Sweet days of summer, the jasmine’s in bloom
July is dressed up and playing her tune
And I come home from a hard day’s work
And you’re waiting there, not a care in the world…
Converting a residential building to a commercial use gives me concern.
Your first thoughts might be directed towards the circus. You’re somewhat correct.
I’m an architect and by definition that means that I believe in the better when it comes to our built environment and quite frankly in all aspects of our lives. This has to extend not only in the what, but how we discuss, practice and portray architecture. Sometimes, we let our frustrations show in an unpleasant manner.