Top 10 Things you’ll never hear an Architect say – a list of things that an architect has probably never said. How much does an architect work? Do architects take vacations?
It’s a phrase that I think most of us have heard before – Perception versus Reality. It isn’t to difficult to understand it’s meaning, it purports that what you think is real isn’t actually real. It’s also one of the most valuable things you can learn.
So why can’t a throw this stuff away? Is it possible that I kept these things thinking that when I was older, this would be the evidence my child would have that her Dad was more than just her Dad?
Today I would like to take a look at exterior shutters, which are very common and frequently the target of DIY’ers and weekend warriors. In other words, they are terrible.
there is no word in the English language that I despise more than “whatever”. It is one of the most demeaning and callous things that you can say to another human being. When someone says “whatever”, what I hear is:
I haven’t ever spoken out about design competitions before but let me go on the record by saying that I dislike them only slightly less than I dislike glass block. Here’s why:
Many of the details that go into designing a project aren’t that noticeable but are very important. I can almost always tell when an architect was involved in a project just by looking at a few simple things. These aren’t trade secrets but for one reason or another not everyone knows about them. As a favor to(…)
This last weekend I had to go down to Galveston for the Southwest Fire Rescue Conference in Galveston, Texas and this was clearly your typical road trip.
I studied architecture in Europe when I was in college – so what.
Thanks to the generosity of The Spanish Tile Manufacturer’s Association (ASCER) and Tile of Spain, I was able to take a private tour of The Aljafería Palace while in Zaragoza, Spain.