here are some unique insights into how an architecture student can rise to the top of a pile of resumes and get that coveted architectural intern position
It is Sunday night and I am so tired I almost didn’t write this post (the horror!!) It’s been a busy weekend and today has been a really busy day … but we have to talk about utility rooms because they can’t talk about themselves. I spent 4 hours this morning hanging out at the(…)
This weekend is the 2012 AIA Dallas Tour of Homes and this year, we have a house that is participating on the tour. There are 8 houses altogether, and all of them designed by architects.
Sometimes the best laid plans don’t work out – even when you have a good reason for every decision, you just don’t get it right.
It’s only been a week but there is a lot that has happened … including a hit to the contingency fund. Twice.
A small but compacted renovation is underway at Life of an Architect World Headquarters
I recently took a trip to Sea Ranch, California and while my wife and daughter explored the tide pools, I set off to find Condominium One, one of the most significant landmarks of post war american architecture.
The Cottonwood Modern house is coming along very well. Today I take a look at some of the interesting framing techniques and conditions, along with an opportunity that presented itself.
Thinking about dating an architect based on what you’ve seen on TV? Here is some “inside” information on the character traits of almost every classically trained architect walking the planet.
Have you ever wondered what goes on in an architects office? So exactly what does an architect do all day? read on to find out…