Community involvement has been good to me; it’s a big part of how I receive commissions as an architect. It fits. Continue reading “community architect”
After a tumultuous year, how as architects do we look forward to a new year? Continue reading “what an architect thinks in 2017”
It seems that new construction makes people nervous when it looks like new construction. Continue reading “hot dogs and chicken nuggets”
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”
A thought came to me as part of my preparation to teach my Sunday school class. I typically teach a three-month long class once a year, sometimes more. In our current material, pastor and author Mark Batterson, in writing about spiritual matters, discusses limits we place on ourselves from (incorrect) assumptions we make. Continue reading “eight foot ceiling”
We measure time by minutes, weeks, months, and fortunately measure them by years. As the earth completes its rotation around the sun we see this as cause to celebrate. I know it seems arbitrary, but let’s go with it.
I’m going to break one of my rules.