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Architects seem to thrive in the world of choices.

Others find it paralyzing or at least frustrating the more choices there are.

I generally reduce options to two or three that I find most successful before presenting  to clients (or before selecting my dinner at a restaurant), but do they know I’ve worked through dozens or more on my own? 319 more words


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Book review: The Shape of the World: A Portrait of Frank Lloyd Wright, by K.L. Going, illustrations by Lauren Stringer

Going, K.L. The Shape of the World: A Portrait of Frank Lloyd Wright. Illus. by Lauren Stringer. Beach Lane/Simon & Schuster, 2017. ISBN 978-1-4424-7821-3. Ages 5-8.  102 more words

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Steps Architects take to avoid Cost Escalations during Construction

There are certain cost-determining factors which should be assessed properly so that the escalation of construction cost in Bangalore during the phase can be avoided. Certain factors will change the house construction over time. 558 more words


Top Ten: Singles of 2017

With a plethora of great albums having been released in the past year, there were lots of brilliant singles to build anticipation for these, and for some exciting 2018 releases in the world of rock. 712 more words


IFC Export of Migrated/Linked Projects from ARCHICAD 21

Forward migration is usually relatively smooth with ARCHICAD nowadays, but if it’s paired with some hotlinking and IFC export then the new features might cause some confusion. 989 more words


Architects in the Archives – Ralph Anderson, Jr. (1923-1990)

Ralph Anderson, Jr. was a native Houstonian, and graduated in 1943 with a B. A. in Architecture and in 1947 with a B. S. in Architecture, both from the Rice Institute. 231 more words

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