Forgive me for the cheesy 80’s movie reference, but there is a tenuous connection between the rigor and discipline of young Daniel in the movie and the rigor and discipline I believe one ought to have as an architect. Continue reading “axon wax off”
Behind every good architect is a good client; good clients are necessary to good architecture. Continue reading “good client, good architecture”
I’m trying to make this interesting; bear with me.
As a kid growing up in the 1970s and 1980s I recall a fantastic campaign, teaching reading, writing, and arithmetic to children using songs and cleverly written videos. Continue reading “my hero c-of-o”
***warning*** If you ask me to respond again to this question tomorrow, my answer will be different.
I read an interesting article recently, that was shared by a good friend of mine, where the author posits that there are architects, that are largely appreciated only by architects, whose architecture is primarily “about architecture.” Continue reading “architects’ architect?”
Q: Where are small firm practitioners’ projects in relation to their offices? How far away do they take on projects?
A: I don’t know other than myself.
I enjoy being a small practitioner. I’ve only worked in small offices. I live in a small town.