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.
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.
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.
If you are in Dallas and want to know where cool, groovy modern people go to do modern things … here is the list compiled by the ultimate hipsters at Build llc – Andrew van Leeuwen and Kevin Eckert
Summer is typically the time when people around the country load up the proverbial station wagon and take off on their family vacation. How does an architect recharge his batteries?
Outdoor showers are more than just a way to rinse off after a swim. They are part of the experience of the activity – so shouldn’t some consideration go into how you create that experience?
Ten cathedrals you should see before you are done looking at cathedrals. I have put together a list including cathedrals from all over the world, including Russia, Norway, France, Italy and Spain.