You are probably familiar with Schrödinger's Cat. But what about Schrödinger's Architect? Both are absurd creatures suffering from an uncertain fate.
Category: Being an Architect
Last spring I put out proposals to two clients who needed help because of fire damage. One will soon be under construction; I don't know about the other.
I've only visited two buildings designed by Rem Koolhaas—or two that I can think of. One was easy and comfortable to reach, the other was a challenge.
My design process stresses me out. Not because it doesn't work. No. It's because it does and it makes me feel guilty.
Shoegnome was nominated for the JDR Industry Blogger Awards, in the Best Blogger Architecture category. This post is about something more important.
The story of this basswood model is the beginnings of more than just my freelance architecture career.
I probably should have talked to a few more architects before applying to architecture school. But honestly that thought never even crossed my mind.
Like many people, my involvement with CRAN started by checking the box when renewing my AIA membership.
Jon recalls the transition from hand drafting to CAD and sees some frightening similarities to our current struggle with the shift from CAD to BIM.