Architecture is not a zero sum game. So how might architects generate an abundance of projects?
In a crowded marketplace why would potential clients come to you instead of the architects next door?
Status quo consistently comes between the architecture profession and change. Here’s another way to think about it.
A Question of Practice, the revamped version of Talking Crap met for the first time this year with a discussion around clients and the origins of practice.
In practice it’s easier to continue without questioning. Questions create friction. Yet friction is essential to gaining better traction.
How might architects delve deeper into the problems they’re asked to solve or those that they’ve identified.
A questolution is part resolution and all question. Here’s ten aspirational questions for the profession to ponder over the year.
How might architects get more good clients and fewer bad ones? It begins with curiosity.
*Boss is cool for a title, but the power imbalance it implies is not. When you find yourself in a position of responsibility or leadership, what should you do?
The default is a starting point. Designed as a minimum viable option and path of least resistance. Rethinking your default can set your practice up for success.