What helped you prepare for a career in architecture?

Reflecting on the last three years since I graduated with my Master’s Degree in Architecture, I decided to write this ...
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Projects Shape the Architect

Architecture school can only teach you so much to prepare you for being your own architect and learning about the ...
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Jobsite Questions

Pause, Think, Photograph, and Discuss. There are many times when architects are cornered on site without warning, getting barraged with ...
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Peeking into Office Culture

One of the most important aspects of a company to most architectural professionals is office culture. As you work in ...
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Knowing When to Let Go

An important concept that architects learn over the course of their career is, knowing when to let go. It seems ...
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Tips & Tricks – ARE 5.0

This week in the office we had an emerging professionals lunch where AXP hours and the ARE’s were discussed. A ...
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Nothing is Set in Stone

This concept is something that you start learning about in school. You spend most of your weekend designing and modeling ...
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Build Pittsburgh – Communicating Across Generations

Last week was Build Pittsburgh, which is an AIA event that brings together a variety of continuing education courses together ...
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Looking to Study Architecture

There are a few keys words of advice or topics of advice I would give student looking to study architecture ...
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Architecture Juggling

In the architectural profession, it is important to learn how to juggle. I don't mean literally being able to juggle ...
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