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Dear Architect, Your Website Sucks

Dear architect, would you like more of the ‘right’ kind of clients? Well, if you are hoping the web will help you with this goal, let me give you a tip: your website sucks. I know, it isn’t a very polite thing to say. But I’m helping architects here, not trying to be the best-liked […]

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Architect Speaks Out And Is Dismissed From Bond Oversight Committee

What are the ethical and moral obligations of architects as stewards of the built environment? Stuart Magruder is the principal and owner of Studio Nova A Architects, Inc. In this episode we talk about why he was not re-appointed to the Bond Oversight Committee of the Los Angeles Unified School District. We also discuss architects’ […]

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Life As An Architect

Editors Note: This post is part of a series in conjunction with other architectural bloggers, spearheaded by @bobborson over at LifeofAnArchitect.com. Each of us, on our blogs respectively, are answering the same questions. I’d like to hear your answers – leave yours in the comments below. This post is a little peek behind the ‘architectural […]

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Behavior Change and Time Management – Interview with BJ Fogg

Dr. BJ Fogg is the founder and director of the Behavior Design Lab at Stanford. Fortune Magazine selected BJ as one of ten “New Gurus You Should Know.” An experimental psychologist, Fogg has created breakthrough methods for changing human behavior. At his guest home on the Russian River, he teaches small groups of industry innovators […]

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Architects Are Facing A Silent War

Make no mistake – architects are facing a silent war. After 8 years of study and professional training, an architect should be respected like a doctor and paid like a highly qualified professional. This is seldom the case. As an advocate for architects I have studied the reasons why this is so.

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