For young architects and recent architectural graduates, how do you determine what the right size architectural firm for you?
At one point or another, every architecture student or graduate has a portfolio of their work that they have agonized over creating … and most people get it wrong.
I was a little surprised to discover that despite having told almost every conceivable work related story I know on this blog, somehow my “Golden Handcuffs” story apparently hadn’t made the cut … and this is one of my better stories.
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
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…
To be an architect you have to have specific tools to get the job done. Here is a look at the ones I use most often.
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 …
Nobody is in the office and I can turn the music up to 11. This is the music that’s in rotation in the architect’s office so far in 2012
If you are an architect, should your desk look a particular way? A look at the desks of 15 different architects
Would a person who is considering the field of architecture experience any difficulties if they had tattoos? Should it matter if someone has tattoos or not?