Many today in the Christian world might pause, think and consider the history and meaning behind the day; it’s Good Friday. Continue reading “Friday good Friday”
I hope you have a good home or better yet a loving home life. Sadly, many cannot boast of that – either a home or a positive home life. Nevertheless, most of us, who would be reading a blog online, most likely have somewhere to call home and in some respects a place that is somewhat pleasant, or at least keeps out the rain. Continue reading “can we make a home?”
Architects seem to thrive in the world of choices.
Others find it paralyzing or at least frustrating the more choices there are. Continue reading “choices”
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?”