What’s it like being both a dad and an architect? I’m not really sure. But I do know what it’s like to be a husband, mom and architect.
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Guest blogger Alicia Liebel Berg shares her thoughts on Kayne West’s visit to Harvard.
This article about the illegal actions of a homeowner and the subsequent house fire is just one more example of the decreasing stature of architects.
Oh the first world problems I have. Being a young architect can be a hard slog. Does a license change anything? Or is it just a worldview I lack?
Two upcoming seminars on BIM reveal some problems we have in the architectural community.
I wish I had been there when he said to my friend that all I ever wanted to be was a BIM Manager. What a misunderstanding of me and the role of a BIM Manager.
I’m failing to prioritize today. Instead of doing what I planned to do, I am trying to better explain the maelstrom that is Generation Y. Hopefully this will bring some clarity and insight. And yes, I realize the irony of writing this article and the article’s conclusion. Implementation is harder than understanding.
Guest Blogger Kristian Bursell shares his thoughts on free ArchiCAD content from manufacturers.
Designers masquerading as architects is a topic within the profession that bothers me deeply. I have had numerous co-workers (architectural educated/trained designers) publicly call themselves architects at cocktail parties, around their peers, to the general public… One even went so far as to be published being referred to as an architect …
The days and nights we used to spend creating drawings by hand during the early days of college are still fresh in my mind. It was then that this question first hit my mind hard, and it is still with me today. “Why do we use computers?” Since my college …
It should be obvious by now that I love making charts, graphs, and diagrams. As a Valentine’s Day present, I give to you a reproduction of a mood chart that lived on the Banks’ family refrigerator for many months last winter. My wife and I found it quite helpful. A …
I read a lot of things that annoy me. It’s hard not to. Thanks Twitter. You’re really helping me out. Sometimes I get smart and stop following people who write too much that frustrates me. I’m also doing my best to just unfollow people who only tweet boring stuff. On …