Building Codes. Why did it have to be Building Codes?
At first glance, they sound a little bit boring, a little bit real, and a little bit scary. Any Architect who doesn't respect Building Codes is probably not doing their job.
So what are Building Codes exactly? And why do we need to make sure that we understand them as Architects? Because trust me, you do.
As an Architect, I’ve found LinkedIn to be an invaluable resource for my own career growth. Today, I wanted to share the four ways I’ve found to get started in LinkedIn so that you can hit the ground running for yourself.
In many respects, networking should be one of the most enjoyable activities we partake in as professionals. The reality is that we often overlook it as a mundane and trivial part of our careers.
There are really only three ways to approach networking. Let's take a lesson from one of the greatest films of all time
It even has Clint Eastwood for good measure.
What if you could distill your entire professional experience into a single gallery of your best work? Someone I know and respect immensely did just that and so much more for the profession than he can ever know.
This week we talk a bit about recent projects I've been working on to level up my career.
After a year off to pursue some healthier habits, I’m back with more Evolving Architect! Let me tell you a bit about what’s been going on and what to expect moving forward.
Sometimes SketchUp just isn’t enough for what you’re trying to create. Sometimes you need to give it a boost with additional software.