This is part three of a series on hiring an architect. In the first two posts, we looked at when you are required by law to hire an design professional and what the options are depending on the project type.
First of all, an apology is in order as we have had a couple premature publications of this post due to not having it ready by the time it was scheduled to publish and not changing the publication date before it was too late. That being said, and at
As part of the last #ArchiTalks series, we were challenged to write about "why i am an architect." Well, i missed the publish date to officially participate with the rest of the #ArchiTalkers, but i still want to tackle the subject. So here goes...
In a previous post, i wrote about some of the conditions that would require you to hire an design professional. Be that an architect or an engineer. But how do you decide if you want an architect, an engineer, or a non-professional designer?
Most people will likely go their whole lives without ever hiring an architect. Others will hire an architect because of a perceived need. Yet others will hire an architect because of a real need. So, when do you have to hire an architect?
My wife and i attended the recent Secret City tour put on by Downtown Mansfield, Inc. While some of the buildings were kind of throw aways in terms of architectural interest. Most were pretty amazing spaces. In the coming weeks i will post in more de