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7 iPad Apps for Architects and General Contractors: National Architect Week, Day 5

  During National Architect Week, we wanted to take a look at how digital technology is helping the industry go paperless. Although still in its infancy, tablets and compatible applications for the day-to-day work of architects and contractors, are growing. Ryan Sutton-Gee, CEO of PlanGrid, noted in this TechCrunch article that the tablet is basically the first computer that is…

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7 Video Interviews with Famous Architects: National Architecture Week, Day 4

Architecture is one of those creative industries where the work not only speaks for itself, it is long-standing and long-lasting – making it imperative that the architect connect his/her designs capably with the environment as well as for the people it is designed. For National Architecture Week we have chosen a few architects we believe more than accomplish this these…

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Architects: Are You Using Twitter to Build Your Practice?

You can’t go very far or very long these days without seeing or hearing some reference to Twitter. It’s one of the most talked about social media platforms and it’s consistently listed among the top three essential social media sites for marketing. Australian architectural photographer, Nic Granleese, sums it up this way.  “ Twitter is like a big telephone directory…

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US Map Shows Mandatory Continuing Education for Architects In All 50 States

  Although there is no national license per the NCARB, architects can be individually licensed in each state of the United States. Architects are licensed separately under different laws, and must apply for a license in each jurisdiction. If you are licensed in multiple states, you are well aware that continuing education dates and requirements also vary in every state.…

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