A travel website populated with photos and information from architects on places that are off the beaten path … let’s make that happen
Why do you work? It’s a good question and depending on your answer, can make a difference on your attitude. I work so that I can enjoy my time when I’m not working … but maybe that’s just me
I recently took a trip to Sea Ranch, California and while my wife and daughter explored the tide pools, I set off to find Condominium One, one of the most significant landmarks of post war american architecture.
We are only 1 month in to 2012 but I’m already feeling burned out, just barely moving through the week in a fog-like creative vacuum. Time to recharge my batteries and take a holiday
The Convention Centre in Aragon that was designed for the 2008 Expo in Zaragoza is a large multifunction building … and just happens to be made out of mostly prefabricated components.
This week I am leaving for London – a trip that I can credit to having this blog. I thought it might be interesting to pull the curtain back a bit and show you what happens on a trip like this one.
Like any respectable architect, I have been doing my homework. In two weeks, I am heading off on a quick 5-day trip to London so I put together a list of some places I would like to visit while in town.
I was selected to join an elite group of fellow design oriented bloggers to attend London Design Week.
Seaside Florida is the birthplace of New Urbanism, but you don’t have to know that to appreciate the architecture of the place. You don’t even need to know why you like it – but you will.
Designed in 1991 by Samuel Mockbee and Coleman Coker, this is one of the best houses in all of Seaside – a place where there are houses by famous architects on every street.