The power of Questions

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

How to [Re]Start Architectural Practice

Re-Strtaing architetcural 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?

Architects finding their seat at the table

How might architects create a movement?

Architect’s voices are often too quiet to be heard despite having a lot to offer conversations on the common good. How might they rethink what that means and what they can do about it?

Practice has a Marketing Problem

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If we’re to believe architects, the practice of architecture has a marketing problem. Their contention is that they’re not being heard, valued or acknowledged to the degree they might expect.

The Evolution of an Architect

The work an architect does evolves over time. This work often defies expectation. It also involves new skills that must often be learnt.

More Practise, Make Better

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Learning on the job only goes so far. A better architecture practice takes practise. Architects should actively practise the skills they have and develop their human skills.