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How to become an architect in the United States

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Recently I had the honor of being a part of the Underdog Architecture Student blog by Ulysses V. If you haven't had a chance to visit his site yet, bookmark it, subscribe to it, like it and share it. It is a great resource for aspiring...

Like a lot of people my age, I grew up with Star Wars. While I didn't go to see it in the theaters when it first came out, I followed it through videos and talked about it with friends. We had a group of friends...

  Architecture Portfolio Website If you are currently looking for work, how many resumes have you sent out to potential employers? How many times have you done a search & replace on your standard cover letter? Does your resume fit onto one letter sized page? None of...

So you've done some research and you have found that you are still interested in architecture, but don't really want to be an Architect. That's ok, I won't hold it against you. Whatever your reason for not wanting to be an architect is, I probably...

SCALE: NTS NTS is meant to convey that what you are drawing is "Not to Scale", meaning the sizes of the details are not measured and are meant to be just a graphic representation. But when you draw up a detail, you should have it drawn...

Get your LEED AP credentials to help your career In order to practice architecture for most buildings you need to be a licensed or registered Architect in the State you practice in. In addition to your license there are other accreditations and certifications that can enhance...

Today's post has been sitting in my to-do list for a long time, and I'm not really sure why. I guess I wasn't sure how relevant it is to everyone and feel that maybe I'm the only one that deals with the issue. I really...

Unobtainium Unobtainium is a fictitious material that doesn't have an atomic weight and is not listed in the periodic table of elements. It has a long lead time and you'll be hard-pressed to find a contractor who is able to work with it, but if you...

So you've done some research and you have found that you are still interested in architecture, but don't really want to be an Architect. That's ok, I won't hold it against you. Whatever your reason for not wanting to be an architect is, I probably...