Rants and Wisdom
I’ve been meaning to write this essay for a long time. Time, as it turns out, is part of the story. As is patience and an architect’s newfound personal awareness of disability accommodation—or lack there of.
Much of the practice of architecture has moved from the drawing board to the computer screen as technological tools replace pencils and tracing paper. However, sketching is an integral part of my work process.
Recently I began a series I’ve called “The Year of Architectural Understanding.” When I started to write the first essay in the series (about architectural styles and building terms) I began my process in my office in my personal architectural library. Read more…
I have been suffering from “Imposter Syndrome.” You know, the feeling/fear when you are convinced that you don’t know what you are doing and at ANY MOMENT you will be found out for the imposter, the rookie, the beginner that you are sure, deep down inside, that you are.
I am a newbie to social media. I was born in the Baby Boomer years, and learned to draft and letter and do construction documents by hand. Here’s the catch, the only reason that I am involved in any way with “social media” is my eldest son—a ‘techie’, communication digital media guru. So, yes, I am an #ArchiMom and proud of it.