New York-based Testbeds is reusing visual and performance construction mock-ups in community gardens to divert them from landfills
Bringing work home with you, talking to your boss about a raise, what is your favorite beer … All this and more on today’s episode as Andrew and I answer your burning questions where almost nothing is off-limits is what we will be discussing today in Episode 83 “Ask the Show.”
It seems that everybody these days has a side hustle—a means in which you can leverage your creative genius into an additional stream of revenue to help you makes ends meet between paychecks. Whatever it is, there are a lot of options out there but the question is “What’s right for you” and “Is it even worth it?” That is what we will be discussing today in Episode 82 “The Side Hustle”
Home design solutions that make life easier for occupants, including messy kitchens, welcome-home valets, and power pantries
Four home designs that offer a diverse range of solutions for live/work developments, from large projects with dedicated street-level work spaces to single-family and duplex concepts that respond to current work-at-home opportunities.
Architects are expected to have a working mastery of building science and technology, construction techniques, and methodologies, all while bringing everything together in a visually pleasing manner. If that didn’t sound like a lot and something extremely difficult to pull off, then I didn’t do a very good job introducing today’s topic for discussion for Episode 76: The Critical Skills of an Architect.
Architects are expected to have a working mastery of building science and technology, construction techniques, and methodologies, all while bringing everything together in a visually pleasing manner. In Episode 76, we discuss the critical skills of an architect. Thanks to our episode sponsor, BQE CORE ARCHITECT.
A competition run by the office of Los Angeles’ chief design officer seeks to return the city’s multifamily housing back to its roots while…
On HorizonTV this week, watch architect Wayne Turett, principal of New York-based The Turett Collaborative, discuss his passive house project in…
Architects come out of school with a ton of knowledge, except most don’t actually know how to be an architect. What does that even mean? That is the focus of Episode 75, where we discuss what it takes to “build an architect.” Episode sponsor: The BILCO Company
There are a handful of moments in a person’s professional life that really matter, and sometimes we don’t recognize how important those moments are until several years later. I know that I have a specific few that I frequently think back on and recognize them for what they really are. Welcome to Episode 74, “Architectural Memories That Matter.”
At one time or another, most architects think about opening their own architectural office. There are all sorts of reasons why this makes sense, but it obviously isn’t the right path for everyone. Thanks to our episode sponsor, BQE CORE ARCHITECT.