Decision, decisions, decisions…

As architects, one of our main responsibilities is to assist the client in making the best decisions for their project.  In most cases this involves narrowing the field of options down from a few thousand to a handful or so of different variations that we supply to the owner.  A word of warning here, if …

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The best, the worst, the…

Last week I was asked by a coworker if I would take some time out of my day and speak to a young man, Darien, who was interested in a career in architecture. I've done this a few times in the past, and I'm usually asked the same typical questions. "How much money do you …

My top reasons why every architect needs to become a mentor.

As all soon to be architects work their way from internship to licensure, they must find someone to vouch for both the type and amount of work they are involved in. A lot of the time this is simply just going over time sheets and some quick discussions over what phase the project was in …