a month in the life

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We’ve heard it said (or read) many times before about a day in the life of someone in architecture (or any other profession for that matter) as a means to appreciate life from their viewpoint. Continue reading “a month in the life”

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a month in the life

whatcha workin’ on – or variety part 2

 

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Small firm architects like me might often find themselves working on a myriad of projects at any given time and depending on where the firm is located regionally or how one markets themselves, they might find an array of work on the boards at any given time. Some might limit their market to a single building type such as single-family residential or commercial tenant work. Not me. Continue reading “whatcha workin’ on – or variety part 2”

whatcha workin’ on – or variety part 2

small projects: construction administration

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If you’ve followed my past series on small projects, of which the last one appeared in late 2016, it seems evident that we wrap it up with a post on a crucial service provided by architects, construction administration, or CA in our slang or vernacular. Continue reading “small projects: construction administration”

small projects: construction administration

small projects :: variety is good (or don’t eat the same thing for lunch everyday)

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As a small firm (OK, solo) practitioner, I’m often asked about the type of work I do – which generally causes a pause…as I wonder how to answer with the length of response they’re anticipating. Continue reading “small projects :: variety is good (or don’t eat the same thing for lunch everyday)”

small projects :: variety is good (or don’t eat the same thing for lunch everyday)