Reupolstering chairs is not something that comes to mind when you think “architect” and “weekend project”. You say “crafty”, I say “handy”. Either way, this is a simple, low-cost project that literally anybody could do.
I have a very large digital footprint (my regular footprint is a size 11) and there are things that if someone really wanted to find out information about me, it wouldn’t be that hard. Is this a bad thing?
A travel website populated with photos and information from architects on places that are off the beaten path … let’s make that happen
Oh crap … now what?
Those four words go through my head more times than I care to admit … but what to do?
There is a creative renaissance going on and people might not even realize that they are participating in something amazing and this act of creating is happening at an extraordinary level.
Don’t underestimate the power of a positive attitude. It is amazing how easy it will become your permanent attitude.
Things are unusually busy here at Life of an Architect but don’t feel to bad for me … I think it’s going to end well (with me on the beach, Mai Tai in hand)
Like most people, I have been spending some time over this extended break thinking through the last year, about what works and what hasn’t …
I am a recovering procrastinator.
I don’t have much hope of ever finding a cure, but recently I have found some ways to hang on to the wagon and stay focused on getting things done.
A small but compacted renovation is underway at Life of an Architect World Headquarters