Houzz 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 6th of eight articles exploring the major... Continue Reading →

Facebook 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 4th of eight articles exploring the major... Continue Reading →

Instagram 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 3rd of eight articles exploring the major... Continue Reading →

Twitter 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 2nd of eight articles exploring the... Continue Reading →

Social media 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. Architects, however, love social media. We're suckers for... Continue Reading →

The mystery of marketing

Marketing is a constant source of intrigue for the architecture profession. We don't understand it very well, so regard it with reverential awe. Marketing, we think, is the magic lamp that will make us rich. So we talk about it all the time, we ask our colleagues in hushed whispers for the secrets of their success,... 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 →

More than one way to skin a building

What was it? The first in the new Agenda series of lectures and discussions courtesy of the University of Melbourne's faculty of Architecture, Building and Planning. Keynote speaker at the first event held last Thursday was Alexandra Lange, freelance architectural critic and blogger for Design Observer, Architectural Record and The New York Times among others. Joining... Continue Reading →

Dear Sir or Madam

Not a great application letter It is a sign of the ongoing scarcity faced by the construction industry that architecture graduates are anecdotally having a lot of trouble finding work. The federal government's stimulus package has long since dried up and the big end of town is once again executing layoffs left and right. Though... Continue Reading →

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