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”
I’m only human
Of flesh and blood, I’m made
Born to make mistakes*
To err is human they say, Continue reading “some kind of mistake”
Building code issues (wait – don’t stop reading – please)…now, I was saying, they are not my favorite subject to tackle, but I find that being conversant in them as well as navigating through them efficiently and thoroughly has brought me more work than my better ability to choose colors or develop beautiful details – ok, the jury is still out on that. Buckle up because we’re going to talk about them today. Continue reading “it depends”
I was told years ago that our weaknesses are our strengths taken to an extreme. Continue reading “critical of being critical”
Are you thinking about hiring an architect?
Are you having hesitations not knowing what to expect?
Will this architect listen to me?
Will they force their design upon me? Continue reading “designing for others – how hard could it be?”
I’m afraid this virtue might be fleeting as many are discouraged about choosing a direction that ends up back where they started. It’s nice to know the investment pays off, but is it just the aimless turning of a crank, or do we control the outcome? Continue reading “ambition, a necessary ingredient”