(Or file this under “Who Knew?!”) I love Communication Arts Magazine. I love the images, the articles, even the ads for paper. I grew up with a graphic illustrator as a father and I loved the smell of the paints,
Considering ALL the risks when designing a new facility
Recently I ran into a friend who I hadn’t seen in a long time. He had changed jobs and was working for a large company on a campus. The building in which he worked was not even 5 years old
The Importance of Being Positive
About a week or so ago I came across a great article in the Wall Street Journal about maintaining a positive attitude about aging: The article cites research report after research report about the importance of not accepting the standard
In the life of any project, why engagement must come FIRST!
I am a huge fan of reading. There is so much stuff out there to read! There are so many amazing resources. And I recently stumbled upon this article on the McKinsey & Company site, “E before I: Why engagement
St. Louis, Kansas City, Silos and the Need to Embrace a Bigger Development Picture
A couple of months ago I attended a wedding in Kansas City, a place I lived after graduating from college. Back when I was fortunate to work with the wonderful people at Wellner Architects, I worked in what was then
EnVision Kirkwood 2035 – Making Connections and Planning for the Future
EnVision Kirkwood 2035, the City of Kirkwood’s comprehensive plan, is developing extremely well with high input from residents through a series of open houses, pop-up meetings, surveys, person on the street interviews and social media. Our latest open house, in
Happy Green Holidays!
I’m a recycler. I’m far from perfect but feel as a member of my community, my country and my planet, I should at least make some effort to follow the anonymous proverb “We do not inherit the earth from our