Well now…couldn’t we all carry on about events in our country and world with this topic? As you know, I keep my thoughts and writings to architecture and directly related topics. Continue reading “keys to effective change”
Every project has a budget; there’s never enough money to do what everyone wants. …keep reading
Converting a residential building to a commercial use gives me concern.
I’m an architect and by definition that means that I believe in the better when it comes to our built environment and quite frankly in all aspects of our lives. This has to extend not only in the what, but how we discuss, practice and portray architecture. Sometimes, we let our frustrations show in an unpleasant manner.
As usual I am writing as a reaction to the events that occur in my day-to-day life as an architect.
Like most issues, why can’t we find balance? The reason for one side of an issue is often due to the excesses of the other. It’s cyclical, it’s annoying. Taking an extreme position is all too common and in most cases unnecessary.
I often hear from others (and shamefully myself) the phrase “y’know someone ought to ______.”