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.
What is real anymore?
Did you ever turn down a commission?
If you are not an architect or involved in the design and construction industry in any way, you might be part of the population that often asks the question ‘why does it take so long’ for a building to appear in any given location.
Today I spoke to my toughest crowd – a group of 7th graders during a career education class (and my son was in the crowd – yikes). …keep reading
I am a solo practitioner. It is common for us to manage multiple projects simultaneously. In fact, many of us could have 5 to 10 projects going on at one given moment. This takes a unique ability to juggle (projects not chainsaws).
As usual, my mind associates day to day experiences with my world as an architect. I really don’t plan these things. Yet, even a trip to the phone store at the mall can remind me of analogous aspects of the profession. Call it a gift.