Monthly Archives: April 2012

Where are the design professions headed?

Mark Zweig asked me to speak to his class in the school of architecture at the University of Arkansas this week, encouraging me to “tell it like it is” to his class of young architects about to enter the real … Continue reading

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KA Connect Reading List

I had the distinct pleasure of attending the KA Connect conference in San Francisco this week.  Titled The Future of Practice: Research, Marketing, and Technology in the AEC Industry, the talks were filled with ideas and information you could put … Continue reading

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Don’t try to be all things to all people

Small firms, in particular, struggle with the scope and range of services they should undertake (although large firms certainly share the problem). After all, “We’re professionals; we can do anything.” Architects are particularly subject to the arrogance that they can … Continue reading

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