By Duo Dickinson, FAIA The CAD monkey (and degrees and training based on those skills) will soon become obsolete. This is because we are on the edge of a complete flip in how every service industry functions, including medicine, law, and architecture. It is now a cliché to declare that Artificial Intelligence will change everything, […]
Today I have the pleasure of introducing you to Marie-Claude Soulard, an architect based in the San Diego area and the owner of Soulard Architecture. Last week I posted a new discussion at the Entrepreneur Architect Linkedin Group titled Architecture is Dead: Let’s Reinvent the Profession. The following is Marie-Claude’s response to my challenge to […]
Bob Borson from Life of an Architect blog published a great post today about Architectural Interns. It includes tips, suggestions and requirements from some of Bob’s friends, including me. If you know an architectural intern or a recent grad looking for work, this is a must read.
Oklahoma State is developing a program called Architecture & Entrepreneurship. Every architecture school should be doing the same. Do you know of any other programs teaching entrepreneurship to architects?