Trying to standardize the process of decision making when there are no right or wrong answers is challenging. I’m tossing out for consideration, the idea that to truly achieve greatness as a designer, you have to have been around the block a few times.
I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, it doesn’t count if it doesn’t get built. Projects that for one reason or another got put in the drawer only to never see the light of day again. I call these “dead projects.”
With a little bit of plastic, some balloons, and some spare time, you too can have the best Easter float on your block.
Pinterest is a website that allows users to collect web-based images and assemble them by some common topic – an excellent tool for anybody, but particularly good for designers
every client has a story – and getting them to tell it to me makes a difference in the end result
One of the modern day 7 deadly sins – pride … It is also what separates a good contractor from a great contractor.
Small residential projects are very rewarding to design and work on as an architect -they present their own unique challenges but the rewards frequently far outweigh the obstacles.
Today’s post is written by a good friend of mine – Jamie Goldberg, a NKBA-certified, independent kitchen and bath designer. I have long maintained on my site that working with design specialists has broadened my knowledge base and since Jamie is one of the most respected kitchen specialists in the industry, I value her opinion. She(…)