‘Do all architects lead glamorous lives?’. You certainly would think so if you believed Hollywood. Seems like every other movie or tv show has an architect as the lead character.
No disrespect to all the other Bob’s that are out there but can you really be that good of an architect when your first name is Bob?
Work environments are important – they tell visitors a lot about what to expect from the place they are visiting. I almost always enjoy visiting other architects office because it seems like there is always something wacky going on somewhere.
It’s early Saturday morning, and by early I mean 5:45 am, and I am sitting in the kitchen eating a bowl of cereal because I am trying to be a nice guy. But why am I up now and why should anyone care?
As I write this post, I am laying in my bed, running a 102 degree fever. I haven’t received official word back from the doctor’s office but the possibilities aren’t looking good for me.
Everyone needs to leave their bubble every now and again – go one town over or fly across the world to famous cities full of cigarette smokers super models and un-affordable fantastic architecture. I recently did the latter (*air punch*) and if you haven’t read the last few posts you’re lucky missing out on the type(…)
The Eiffel Tower. One of the most recognizable symbols in the world and something truly magnificant to behold. Originally designed as the entrance arch for the Exposition Universelle, a World’s Fair marking the centennial celebration of the French Revolution
Time has not been kind to most hippies, something that I am at a loss to explain. All that love and kindness, healthy lifestyle, proper diet, What gives? So in a matter of moments I put together my list of today’s modern day hippie requirements.
Kate has her finger on the pulse of her generation and Life of and Architect was lucky to catch her between engagements to get her take on the current state of the practice and profession of architecture
Most architects tend to collect books, at least all the ones I know I do. Some are fanatical about their books, me – not so much. Since I moved into a smaller house, I don’t have the space to dedicate to book display and I don’t have the need to scream out to people “I read books!”.