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Practice of Architecture | 2018/01/22

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Daniel Libeskind, Not an Architect

2015/07/08 |

Conversations surrounding the topic of the title of Architect and who is and who is not able to call themselves an architect seems to be of great interest these days. Although I realize the debate is often rooted in the … Read More

This is the Imagination Age, We Can Shape Our Future

2013/10/17 |

Architects are doers, but as designers many of us are dreamers as well – and optimistic ones at that. We believe we hold the ability to shape the future of our cities. Fast Company has pulled together a great list of articles from Futurist Rita J. King, on helping people imagine the future that architects potentially already see.

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Urban Observatory: A New Way to Compare Cities Side by Side, From the Creator of TED

2013/09/04 |

Richard Saul Wurman, creator of TED, launched the Urban Observatory to compare cities data against one another, side-by-side, on the same scale. The notion is a follow-up to a book he published in 1962 featuring models of 50 world cities on the same scale.  Read More

Tweet Your Way to Your Dream Job

2013/06/27 |

While you may not be on the hunt for a new job, who is to say you cannot apply the same ideas to land a dream client.

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Lessons Learned from Fast Company’s 100 Most Creative People in Business

2013/06/26 |

Architects are not necessarily known for being business savvy, so I was admittedly surprised to see three honorees who work in or are advocates of the built environment make Fast Company’s 2013 List of 100 Most Creative People in Business.

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