Mentorship #Architalks #27

This post is part of the ArchiTalks series where a group of us (architects who also blog) all post on the same day and promote each other’s blogs. The Topic ‘Leader’ for this post ‘Mentorship’ is Michael Lavalley… Mentorship Writing Read More …

This story equally applies to me #Architect #Story #FridayFun #Clients

I’ve heard this story a few times, told by different people depending on what job they do: “A King was having problems with the plumbing in his castle and called a series of plumbers to fix the problem. None of Read More …

Architalks : Advice for Clients

This post is part of the ArchiTalks series where a group of us (architects who also blog) all post on the same day and promote each other’s blogs. The Topic ‘Leader’ for this post ‘House or Home’ is Jeff Pelletier… Read More …

#Architalks #25 #TheArchitectureofChange @angelabradyRIBA & Architects for Change mentioned

This post is part of the ArchiTalks series where a group of us (architects who also blog) all post on the same day and promote each other’s blogs. The Topic ‘Leader’ for this post ‘House or Home’ is Lora Teagarden Read More …

#ArchiTalks #24 House or Home? #RefugeeCrisis @GrainneHassett mentioned

This post is part of the ArchiTalks series where a group of us (architects who also blog) all post on the same day and promote each other’s blogs. The Topic ‘Leader’ for this post ‘House or Home’ is Keith Palma. Read More …

Can I move? Why you need to let architects ‘move’ #ButchCassidyandtheSundanceKid

There’s a great scene in Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid where the Sundance Kid (Robert Redford) is asked to hit an object on the ground. Why explain it in words. Here’s the clip: In much the same way you Read More …

#Architalks #23 #Style

This post is part of the ArchiTalks series where a group of us (architects who also blog) all post on the same day and promote each other’s blogs. This post takes a slight different lead from the previous ones (where Read More …

#Architalks #23 #Style

This post is part of the ArchiTalks series where a group of us (architects who also blog) all post on the same day and promote each other’s blogs. This post takes a slight different lead from the previous ones (where Read More …

How #Japan handles conservation #Rebuilding

As conservation architects we are taught to respect historical features/details and to retain them as far as practically possible (The Venice and Burra Charters) But the approach Japan takes in their ancient temples such as the Ise Jingu grand shrine Read More …

New #Testimonial added to website

We spend a little time each year helping TY and Leaving Cert students (I can’t promise that I can help everyone however!) and it’s lovely when they thank you as Michaela did last week. I’ve added what she said in Read More …