We celebrate firsts, we mark them down in our collective and personal histories. It’s a good thing.
Are you considering a career in architecture? Are you a college student – a high school student – one considering returning to college later in life? …keep reading
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.
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
Something in yesterday’s design studio reminded me that most of the important lessons learned in life were learned in Kindergarten and in the life of an architect, first year studio.
It is back-to-school time and as many of you know I teach part-time at a School of Architecture here in Pittsburgh. In fact I’m privileged to teach first year studio – I am their first experience with architecture at a university level (**gasp**).
I’ve been thinking (again) about several things that I enjoy about being an architect. …keep reading