Happy 6th birthday

Today Panfilocastaldi turns 6, meaning I have survived another full year of blogging. As I have on each prior anniversary, I'm going to take this opportunity to reflect on the scope and focus of my writing. Why do I write? What do I write? Who is it for? As I review the content I've published this... Continue Reading →

WordPress for students

In my casual surveys of architecture students from first year to final, I've been surprised to discover how few engage professionally with social media. While Facebook is ubiquitous and many have Instagram accounts jammed full of selfies, there is little interest to extend this activity into the professional sphere. This is the 7th of eight articles exploring the major social... Continue Reading →

Happy 5th birthday

Today, Panfilocastaldi turns 5. I have survived another full year of blogging. Over the years, my focus has gradually shifted and sharpened, away from art, photography and the environment, and towards the culture, practice and business of architecture. I'm proud of the content I produce, and the way it has struck a chord amongst the Australian architecture profession. This... Continue Reading →

Community

This is the 9th instalment in a series of 10 articles where we attempt to categorise chronologically and thematically the list of things you will need to start your architecture practice, and furnish it with the glimpses of insight we've accrued during the first three years of our architecture practice, Mihaly Slocombe. 9. Community When:... Continue Reading →

To polylogue or not to polylogue

Monologue (n): One person speaking to another person or to many. Dialogue (n): Two people speaking to one another. Polylogue (n): One person speaking to many {use - Facebook, Twitter, blogging}. Fact: 9 out of 10 people believe their thoughts, ideas and opinions are interesting to others - this is one of the fundamental truths... Continue Reading →

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