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Rethinking
Michael Lewarne

On the right words

No matter what anyone tells you, book covers and first impressions matter. We can nevertheless reframe their importance.

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A lack of diversity
Architecture Practice
Michael Lewarne

Changing Your Architecture Practice

Change can be gradual or sudden. It is inevitable. So there’s a choice for architectural practice, be forced to change by the context in which you practice or choose to change into the practice you’d like to be.

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Questions
Michael Lewarne

The power of Questions

Without questions there can be no answers. Yet we’re often reluctant to ask questions because answering, or the answers, can be scary.

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Re-Strtaing architetcural practice
Architecture Practice
Michael Lewarne

How to [Re]Start Architectural Practice

Architectural practice is hard. The challenges are never ending and often for diminishing reward. It’s also the best job ever when it all works. So when practice isn’t working the way we’d like, how might we [re]start our architectural practice?

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