089: Small Firm Mentality

Can a large architecture firm operate with a small firm mentality? In this episode, we discuss this concept with Mike McGlone from Alamo Architects. The post 089: Small Firm Mentality first appeared on Life of an Architect. Continue reading 089: Small Firm Mentality at Life of an Architect.

Studio Lessons 101: Architectural Resolution

So I have been having conversations with my colleagues about this idea of what I will call Architectural Resolution. This is not exactly about the image resolution like in pixels or dots, but I could make that connection in another post. What is that exactly? Well, allow me to paint a vague picture in an… Continue reading Studio Lessons 101: Architectural Resolution

Ep 087: Architectural Model Making

Architectural model making is built into the creative process in school – so why do we quit once we leave school? Here is a case for making models: The post Ep 087: Architectural Model Making first appeared on Life of an Architect. Continue reading Ep 087: Architectural Model Making at Life of an Architect.

Do Architects Draw Too Much?

Do architects draw too much? The amount of documentation that is going into our residential sets grows with every project, and I think it’s a problem. The post Do Architects Draw Too Much? first appeared on Life of an Architect. Continue reading Do Architects Draw Too Much? at Life of an Architect.

Ep 086: Reimagining the Path to Licensure

Getting licensed as an architect is difficult. It requires considerable time and dedication but what if we reimagined the Path to Licensure The post Ep 086: Reimagining the Path to Licensure first appeared on Life of an Architect. Continue reading Ep 086: Reimagining the Path to Licensure at Life of an Architect.