a month in the life

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We’ve heard it said (or read) many times before about a day in the life of someone in architecture (or any other profession for that matter) as a means to appreciate life from their viewpoint. Continue reading “a month in the life”

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a month in the life

dream until your dreams come true

20180714_142358.jpgI 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”

dream until your dreams come true

whatcha workin’ on – or variety part 2

 

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Small firm architects like me might often find themselves working on a myriad of projects at any given time and depending on where the firm is located regionally or how one markets themselves, they might find an array of work on the boards at any given time. Some might limit their market to a single building type such as single-family residential or commercial tenant work. Not me. Continue reading “whatcha workin’ on – or variety part 2”

whatcha workin’ on – or variety part 2

live a mile in their shoes; another shade of empathy

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This is personal, in the trenches, yet reluctance, reticence and avoidance are a few friends that tried to talk me out of another editorial post (some define as rant) to talk about topics that are often overlooked. Continue reading “live a mile in their shoes; another shade of empathy”

live a mile in their shoes; another shade of empathy