The latest edition of the AIA CRAN Chronicle has just been released. The theme of this issue is architectural business models for residential practices.
#internmistakes is surprisingly underused on Twitter. Maybe my adventures in this article about being a lazy intern will change that.
We are looking for items for our next CRAN newsletter issue: Learning from Train Wrecks. Do you have a story about a project that went wrong? A client you let go? Something you forgot to include in your drawings? Missed
I've seen into the Chasm. It's beautiful, ambitious, and not the architectural graduates of times past. Back in January I had coffee with two students from the University of Minnesota that I'm mentoring. I asked them a question, "do you have
The Generation Y Architect In February 2012, during a session at the AIA Minnesota Leadership Forum, I discovered that I am a stereotype. Painfully so. I am Generation Y. In a room with fifteen Generation X architects, I was the oddball.
UPDATE 09/11/13 - The AIA CRAN Chronicle is always looking for submissions for current and future issues of the newsletter, so ignore the dates below and send in your stories. So you might recall that I wrote an article for the
The traditional paths for a bright-eyed go-getter were virtually non-existent; both design opportunities and client interactions were meager and sparse.