Today I am speaking with Trevor Abramson, FAIA, founding partner of both Abramson Teiger Architects and Abramson Architects. With over three decades of commitment to his craft, Trevor Abramson strives to promote the art of architecture by evoking a deeply felt emotional and spiritual response from clients, critics and the public.
His multi-faceted practice, initially focusing on single-family residences, now encompasses ecclesiastical commissions, educational facilities and varied commercial buildings.
Over 300 of his projects have gained significant acclaim from the international architectural community and have undoubtedly advanced the profession. He has won awards such as the Quincy Jones Memorial Award for Design Excellence, Design Entry to the Hall of Evolving Life Competition, LACMA, the National AIA Honor Design Award for his First Presbyterian Church of Encino, and has had eight different Abramson buildings featured in prestigious art institution tours, and ten different Abramson buildings featured in local and national AIA tours.
In today’s episode we will be discussing:
– Planning for a recession leaning into Trevor’s 30+ years of experience
– Two strategies for moving into a new sectors
– Problems and advantages with diversification