One of the most useful exercises that any young architect can partake in is to visit construction sites as often as possible. It is one thing to sit in an office all day designing and drafting up construction details and another thing altogether to spend time on a job site seeing how things actually get built.
When the construction dust settled, there were 15 playhouse designed and built for the 17th Annual Dallas CASA Parade of Playhouses and all are now on display
The “licensed authentic vs. reproduction” argument is super old but what happens when we broaden this argument to other things – like the houses we design?
The inaugural 2012 Life of an Architect ‘Playhouse Design Competition’ is just about over … and things have been amazing. Here’s a look at how things look so far…
If you are an architect, sketching, math and drafting are just part of the process. Sure, they don’t sound very sexy but if you want to get something that looks really great, it’s going to take time …
My writing style is a written version of my talking style. I scatter commas into my sentences like buckshot – but I’m not writing a technical manual here – I am trying to get you to read what I am “saying”. It’s not as easy as it looks.
Scott Taylor designs his second playhouse for Dallas CASA Parade of Playhouses – the War House. Despite the name, boys and girls could have fun with this playhouse
residential architects, when it comes to the design of their own home, can make for the worst of clients.
It’s that time again – the 2013 eVolo Skyscraper Design Competition. To get you excited and ready to go, here is a look at the top 13 entries from 2012
another logo modification in my continued efforts to recognize the individual holidays …