I look at the roads in Australia and think about BIM. It feels so simple and easy to declare that they are wrong and the majority of the world is right.
Two projects from my time at school show how a strict adherence to digital or analog tools can lead to trouble. I learned a lesson and went with the tool that failed.
Have you ever asked a question about ArchiCAD and gotten blank stares or silence from the experts? Maybe it was because your question didn't make any sense.
Four years of blogging. Next stop five years.
Who won when Google sold SketchUp to Trimble? Or more importantly what does it mean that Google didn't want SketchUp anymore?
Some lessons from being too busy to write: remembering shortcuts by forgetting that I had forgotten them and suffering through the ugly BIM phase.
Yes I'm going to talk about who gets to be called an architect, but unfortunately that's just the symptom of a bigger issue.
What does an architect look like when working? Architecture websites with images of architects sketching paint a pretty clear (and misleading) picture.
Cartoons and intros or titles that could be the start of a good joke. This is how I am writing blog posts now, I guess. I can live with that. I've had a lot of great meetings with local Seattle-based …