Interviews

Celebrating a Holistic Project Approach and Diversity in Architecture with Patricia Rhee

This week’s interview is with Patricia Rhee. Patricia is a Partner at Ehrlich Yanai Rhee Chaney (EYRC) Architects, where she has practiced for 20 years. She was recently elevated to AIA’s College of Fellows. In this interview Patricia shares her pathway to architecture. She talks about her ideas and inspiration of running a medium-sized design […]

News

World Architecture Festival Goes Virtual in December 2020 #WAFVirtual

Archipreneur is a media partner of the World Architecture Festival. The WAFVirtual festival launches from 30 November – 4 December 2020. The worldwide architectural community can engage in a week of live content, special prizes, talks, panel discussions and networking opportunities with peers and our WAF partners. Therefore, registration will be free for architects and […]

Interviews

Designing Resilient Spaces and Rethinking Strategies with Elvira Muñoz

This weeks interview is with Elvira Muñoz. Elvira is the Director of Interior Design and Studio Lead for the EMEA region at AECOM. And the Director of the Master in Strategic Design at IE School of Architecture and Design. In this interview Elvira Muñoz shares her thoughts and ideas on the challenges and opportunities in […]

Websites

Architecture Firm Website: Finding the Right Balance Between Aesthetics and Marketing

Your architecture firm website needs the right structure, design and messaging to connect with your prospective clients and guide them to the next step. Strategic and well crafted website design will connect your visitors with your brand and guide them in an effective, authentic and meaningful way.

Marketing

New Course: Attracting Clients with Content Marketing

The “Attracting Clients with Content Marketing” course is teaching architects how to effectively use content marketing in order to attract more potential clients to their websites and generate more leads. As architects we are definitely not the profession which is using outbound marketing tactics. Meaning, you are probably not cold calling any potential clients that […]

Books

Sketch Like an Architect: Step-by-Step from Lines to Perspective

New book release – Sketch like an Architect Book: A Step-by-Step Guide to Mastering the Basics of Architectural Sketching by David Drazil. Is architectural hand sketching dead or are you still sketching to communicate your ideas to your clients?  However, in today’s world focused on technology we sometimes forget how such simple tools as pen […]

Marketing

Content Marketing for Architects: How to Attract More Leads for Your Architecture Firm

You might be asking yourself why content marketing for architects is so important. You think that your aesthetically attractive built projects should be bringing in new work and clients of their own accord, right? This is what we’ve heard so many architects say, especially those from older generations.  Well, let us summarize why content marketing […]

Technology

Urban Incubator: BIG Designs Toyota Woven City in Japan

Together with Toyota Motor Corporation, BIG-Bjarke Ingels Group unveils Toyota Woven City as the world’s first urban incubator dedicated to the advancement of all aspects of mobility at the foothills of Mt. Fuji in Japan.

Real Estate

Real Estate in the Digital Age: An Industry in Transition

Carmen Panadero has an impressive and diversified career with experience in architecture, real estate, strategic consulting, repositioning of assets and management of large accounts, as well as project drafting and international business development. Building on this foundation of design, business and real estate knowledge, she is an industry expert and encourages others to join her […]

3D Printing

From Research to Reality: Recyclable, 3D Printed Facade

For their PhD research project, Mortiz Mungenast and Oliver Tessin searched for a way to use 3D printing technology to create an intelligent architectural product, a 3D printed façade. They were driven to create not only a product, but also a fully digitized design-to-production process, eliminating the risks of mistranslation and inefficiencies which occur traditionally, […]

Interviews

Minimal, Modular & Mobile: Cabin One is a New Way of Flexible Living

Cabin One is a new way of flexible, minimal living. This crowdfunded startup brought an architectural idea to fruition with the help of strong partnerships in production, building material supply and smart services. Cabins are customized by the client, produced in completion and delivered as a single unit to a prepared and permitted site, with […]

Interviews

The Future of Architectural Education & The Pritzker Prize in a Globalized World

Martha Thorne, Dean of IE School of Architecture and Design and Executive Director of the Pritzker Prize, shares her thoughts on the future of architectural education and the role of architects in a world of rapid urbanization. The fields of architecture and design are undergoing great changes due to globalization, new technology and their expansion from traditional practice to new areas and ways of working.

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