Monthly Archives: July 2013

July 23, 2013, by John Noble

Finding Inspiration From The Comfort Of Your Chair

When I was in architecture school I had a professor, Udo Kultermann, who was legendary for his encyclopedic knowledge of world architecture. As one would expect of a resident authority on architectural history, he knew everything about Byzantine, Medieval, Gothic, Greek Revival and all the rest of the significant architectural periods and styles as well […]

July 11, 2013, by Lauren Della Bella

The Secret To Great Partnerships Is Really No Secret

Recently, I was asked to speak at AIA Minnesota’s Innovative Practice Forum on the topic of Owner’s Advocates and Partnerships.  When I was preparing my talk, I wanted the audience to have a light bulb moment about how to create lasting and meaningful partnerships with clients.  In truth, it’s not that complicated.  Creating solid partnerships […]

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