What am I thinking about today? I believe that there is no greener pasture; if one wants to be an architect, then make it work. Some days it’s really difficult and some regions cannot be sustainable for a small firm or solo practitioner. Continue reading “it can work, make it work”
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”
Do you want to know what I’m thinking? I’m thinking people don’t reveal the real source of their frustration.
As we close out 2018, my final thoughts focus on the topic of inspiration. Fitting for an architect – right? Where does it come from or what is its origin? A careful look at my posts from 2011 and one will find the subject stuck in my mind back then. I wrote about it twice. Continue reading “inspiration revisited”
Can we separate our personal feelings from our job or our practice? Should we? Continue reading “it means more to me”
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”
I 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”