the thinker, contour line drawing, an architects impetus

Architecture: The Basics

One of the first questions I was ever asked by my professors in college was “What is architecture?” It is quite a loaded question, really. Asking this question tends to obligate a person to pause, examine their subconscious response, and

the thinker, contour line drawing, an architects impetus

Architecture: The Basics

One of the first questions I was ever asked by my professors in college was “What is architecture?” It is quite a loaded question, really. Asking this question tends to obligate a person to pause, examine their subconscious response, and

Median Nerve

Blight of Hand (well, wrist actually)

My wife is an extremely observant woman. In reference to my being an architect, I am actually rather jealous of this quality of hers. Knowing this, when she brought to my attention that I have lately been habitually flexing my

Median Nerve

Blight of Hand (well, wrist actually)

My wife is an extremely observant woman. In reference to my being an architect, I am actually rather jealous of this quality of hers. Knowing this, when she brought to my attention that I have lately been habitually flexing my

So I entered a contest…

I think what really inspired me to get blogging was seeing other blogs and admiring their creativity and motivation to action. A blog I follow and really enjoy reading is one called Life of an Architect by Bob Borson. Mr.

So I entered a contest…

I think what really inspired me to get blogging was seeing other blogs and admiring their creativity and motivation to action. A blog I follow and really enjoy reading is one called Life of an Architect by Bob Borson. Mr.

Atlanta architecture, Southern Polytechnic State University school of architecture

SPArch: Southern Polytechnic State University College of Architecture

Since my last post was almost all text and without many images I will counterbalance with a picture-heavy bonus post. These images are some I took for my photography class my final year in college. They are all of my

Atlanta architecture, Southern Polytechnic State University school of architecture

SPArch: Southern Polytechnic State University College of Architecture

Since my last post was almost all text and without many images I will counterbalance with a picture-heavy bonus post. These images are some I took for my photography class my final year in college. They are all of my

masonry wall section

Breaking Down Masonry Cavity Walls

This week I want to explain a little something I should have learned in architecture school, but unfortunately didn’t; and no I didn’t miss out because I was too focused on honing my rubber band shooting skills (two year champ,

masonry wall section

Breaking Down Masonry Cavity Walls

This week I want to explain a little something I should have learned in architecture school, but unfortunately didn’t; and no I didn’t miss out because I was too focused on honing my rubber band shooting skills (two year champ,

Florence Italy, Duomo

See the World

As I lay thinking about the subject of my next blog post many ideas coursed through my brain. Actually they were memories. One of my intentions on this blog is to give inspiration, so I can find no better way

Florence Italy, Duomo

See the World

As I lay thinking about the subject of my next blog post many ideas coursed through my brain. Actually they were memories. One of my intentions on this blog is to give inspiration, so I can find no better way

Peter Zumthor, Bruder Klaus

Making Architecture

I believe every architect has that one project or perhaps a single architect or firm that seems to embody the specific ideals that he/she values most. Of course, we all have multiple sources of inspiration, but there are varying degrees

Peter Zumthor, Bruder Klaus

Making Architecture

I believe every architect has that one project or perhaps a single architect or firm that seems to embody the specific ideals that he/she values most. Of course, we all have multiple sources of inspiration, but there are varying degrees