What is now known as the Richland School of Academic Arts (RSAA) began it's existence in 2010 in the Richland Academy located in downtown Mansfield. The facility served them well for several years, but with growing enrollment, it was time to look for
I would be remiss to not mention that it has been a long while since a blog was posted on this page. What can i say, i have been busy. But aren't we all? This post and those to follow will mark yet another renewed effort to post with some consistency
The following is a part of the #ArchiTalks series wherein a topic is suggested and a group of architect bloggers each give their take on the subject. The topic this month is "Back to School" Back to school is particularly special for me this year. We
All new construction and alterations of existing buildings require a permit. In order to obtain a permit for commercial buildings in OHio, signed and sealed documents are required. So what are these so called "sealed documents"? And how does one obta
The following is a part of the #ArchiTalks series wherein a topic is suggested and a group of architect bloggers each give their take on the subject. Take the time to click the links at the end of this post and read what others have to say on the top
I ventured into a new media. Namely live video via periscope. I had downloaded the app sometime ago, but my old phone was just not up to the task of using it. As i recently upgraded my phone, i thought i would have a go at using the app.
"It occurs to me, as i struggle to craft this reply, that there is a presupposed inherent goodness in architecture. That there cannot be bad architecture. Because the “badness” would preclude it from being architecture. That too, would be