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Why Must You Choose Unit Development For Your Next Development Project?

A Unit Development is a type of development and a regulatory process, which permits a developer to meet overall community density and land use goals without being bound, by any existing zoning requirements. 325 more words


Plan Drawers

Calling all architects, particularly those presently living in cramped quarters. This magnificent plan press cabinet allows you to store your drawings in the the press below, and your linen shirts and cufflinks in the cabinets above. 10 more words

A million choices

It’s December, the holidays are everywhere, and the deadlines are relentless in their quest for completion.  It seems as though every project I am working on has someone consistently asking for an answer to the most question the world has ever seen and could cause the entire project to collapse.  892 more words


Let Me Order Your Pizza

Are you sure you want to let others decide what you want in life?  A pizza may be a fun little suspension of responsibility especially when the person offering knows what’s good at a restaurant and you don’t.  606 more words

Random Reflections

We are delighted to announce that our Associate Finn Scott has recently achieved NZIA Registration. Finn is a major contributor to our office and is currently working on many exciting projects, including the Expo2020 pavillion, a sculptural insitu white concrete house in Auckland, a Visitor Centre for Mangemangeroa Reserve, two apartment buildings under construction in the Vinegar Lane development , and a large house on Takapuna Beach. 6 more words


Leeds is really a general term that covers many different gardening tasks

A list of top 10 endangered historic places in US. Annually, this list highlights U.S. architectural, cultural, and natural heritages prone to destruction or irreparable damage. 473 more words

SemStarting and SemEnding of an Architecture Student

Before we start being an architecture student a lot of people ask us “ Why did you take architecture? “. And probably most of us answered them, … 363 more words