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Architects Billing Index

Firms Report Strongest Billing Since Before Recession PHILADELPHIA (MNI) – U.S. architects are enjoying the fastest growth in billings since before the recession for their work on a range of residential and commercial construction projects, and expect continued growth in coming months, according to company owners and a trade association. Architecture firms in Los Angeles,

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Architecture Salaries Increase

Architecture salaries increase and the job market is on fire. Review our current job listings Project Architect | Corporate Interiors New York Space Planner | University New York, New York Assistant Construction PM | Hi-End Residential New York, New York Business Development l Project Manager Bend, Oregon Senior Interior Designer | Corporate Interiors New York,

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Recruiter Kristi Enigl

Recruiter Kristi Enigl Consulting For Architects, Inc. (CFA), a leading staffing firm for the architecture and interior design industry since 1984, announced today the hiring of Recruiter Kristi Enigl located in the New York office. Consulting for Architects (CFA) is pleased to welcome its newest member, Recruiter Ms. Kristi Enigl. CFA has been recruiting talented

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New Jet Age Design

New Jet Age Design Dubai International Airport has surpassed Heathrow as the world’s busiest global hub, while three Gulf airlines—Emirates, Qatar Airways, and Etihad—are scooping up passengers. Boarding a lavishly appointed Airbus A380 at Dubai’s $4.5 billion Terminal 3, Graham Boynton examines the tectonic shift in aviation that threatens to leave the West’s cramped, bare-bones

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Reasons to Be Self-Employed

Reasons to be self-employed add up to 55! Taken by a poll of its readers, this list of reasons to be self-employed is the most thought out I have seen.  It was written by By: Jennifer Good for The Self-Employed Website. Being self-employed is one of the truest forms of freedom. In fact, when we polled TSE readers,

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6 Myths About Freelancing

Author: Lindsay Van Thoen December 20, 2013; for the Freelancers Union What happens when you tell someone you’re a freelancer? In my experience, you’ll probably get some version of the following: 1. “I wish I could work in pajamas and sleep in every day!” There may be some freelancers who don’t have to leave their

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The original creative thinkers

It’s hard to miss the chatter these days about creative thinking and it’s importance going forward in the new ideas based, connected economy. Richard Florida says creativity drives theeconomy (http://zite.to/11HzQyZ). Peter Arvai calls it the “Frictionless Economy (http://zite.to/11Wsa2b) where he states; “Companies that are succeeding rely on creative thinking to consistently produce new ideas” More

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Zero, Zip, Nada.

My work doesn’t get built. There, I said it.  Nothing I’ve designed as Cobrooke in the last five years has gotten built. Zero, zip, nada. Not the concierge ALF in Tampa, the new campus plan for a developmentally disabled service provider, a new technology center or the performing arts center addition or the school for

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Blah, Blah, Blah

My head spins these days as I read the pablum being spewed forth about technological or practice methodologies revolutionizing the practice of architecture. BIM, REVIT, IPD, open-sourcing, architect as chief-collaborator, blah, blah, blah. Enough! None of that stuff matters unless we have work. And these days there just isn’t enough to go around. Or maybe

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A fictional tale about an architect and his career

A fictional tale about an architect and his career The end came for William some 1,800 miles and 26 years from where it all began.  It’s an all too familiar scene.  The partners gather, you’re “invited” to join them in the conference room.  Eschewing eye contact, you’re told what a great employee you are, how

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