Why Did You Choose a Career in Architecture?

Why Did You Choose a Career in Architecture?

The New York City skyline is one of the most photographed locations in the world. Tens of millions of people walk into office buildings, hospitals and public parks every day. Countless people use staircases, entryways and kitchens throughout the day. What connects all...
Starting Out: It’s OK to Fail

Starting Out: It’s OK to Fail

Starting Out: It’s OK to Fail By Chelsea Johnson Pick your jaw up off the ground and hear me out. Not too long ago (OK, you caught me! It’s been almost a decade), I was a perfectionist student. Failure was not in my vocabulary. I came into the workforce ready to...
Internships 101

Internships 101

Internships 101 By Erin Ayers Searching for an internship can be overwhelming. There are so many great firms, and finding the right one might not be as easy as you’d hoped. After going through the internship experience, I wanted to share some insights on getting...
Pro Tips from a Former Intern

Pro Tips from a Former Intern

Pro Tips from a Former Intern By Alex Goldberg Having an internship is an amazing opportunity, no matter where you go. Never be afraid to use that opportunity to explore different facets of the profession. Internships are a chance to gain experience and be exposed to...
Judged and Juried: Pro Tips From a Studio Crit Juror

Judged and Juried: Pro Tips From a Studio Crit Juror

Contributed by: Clemente Jaquez, AIA, LEED AP, Design Director | Dallas Studio Editor’s Note: Rising Stars is an ongoing blog series featuring our emerging professionals’ experiences and adventures as they make their mark in the industry. Final plots just came off the...

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