Ep 076: Critical Skills of an Architect

Ep 076: Critical Skills of an Architect

Here are the top 4 critical skills a person should have to experience success and satisfaction as a practicing architect.

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Ep 075: Should Architects Do It All?

Ep 075: Should Architects Do It All?

When developing architectural skills, should you focus on a specific area of expertise or do you attempt to do it all? Ep 075: Should Architects Do It All?

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Go To the Cave … or Return to Camp?

Go To the Cave … or Return to Camp?

How many of you remember the Choose Your Own Adventure books from your childhood? Go the Cave … Return to Camp? This “concept” works in Design as well.

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Ep 074: Architectural Memories that Matter

Ep 074: Architectural Memories that Matter

There are a handful of moments in a person’s professional life that really make an impact, and today we are discussing “Architectural Memories That Matter”

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Ep 073: Being Your Own Boss

Ep 073: Being Your Own Boss

Most architects dream of having their own architectural firm – There are many reasons why this makes sense, but it isn’t the right path for everyone.

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Architects and Their Spectacles

Architects and Their Spectacles

Architects may almost be as well known for their spectacles as their fashion sense. . I think that more than the average bespectacled person, architects view eyewear as a personal statement of personality, taste, and creativity. I have always been a firm believer that an eyewear booth would be awesome at an architectural convention.

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“Help” and “Service” are Not The Same Thing

“Help” and “Service” are Not The Same Thing

“Help” and “Service” are Not The Same Thing … but you already know this, right? One is provided at a cost while the other is provided for free.

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Ep 071: Architects on the Job Site

Ep 071: Architects on the Job Site

For an Architect, being on the job site is a vital part of their work process, but job site visits are a series of obligations fraught with increased liability.

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Residential Architecture 101: Shower Design

Residential Architecture 101: Shower Design

This is Residential Architecture 101: Shower Design – where we will be talking about the decisions that go into designing a proper shower

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