Discover strategies, tips and secrets for running a fun, flexible and profitable architecture practice. The focus here is simple: discussion of ways for architects to create a dream architecture practice: design what you want, when you want, and get paid well for it.
366: Elevating the Client Experience with Peter Twohy
Architect Peter Twohy runs residential architecture practice in Baltimore, Maryland.
Over the past 16 years, Peter has gone from designing basements and porches to being recognized as one of Baltimore's premier architects.
Today, Peter shares lessons learned building his firm as well as a powerful strategy he's using to win better clients and earn fees that he deserves for his creative work.
365: Connecting the Architecture Community with Paul Petrunia
Today, I have the honor to speak with Paul Petrunia, founder of Archinect.
Launched in 1997, Archinect.com is the most established online architecture communication and content source for the architecture and design community. Tens of thousands of architects, students, and fans browse the site daily for the latest jobs, news headlines, competition, event listings, featured editorials, and active discussions.
Bonus: 5 Firm Owner Case Studies
On this episode, you'll discover 5 firm owner success case studies.
364: Shining a Light on Business Systems with Paul Nulty
Today we speak with architectural lighting designer and founder of Nulty, Paul Nulty.
Paul discusses how, when he first set up the practice, he focused on sales and marketing, and implementing systems and how that has freed him up to do the work that he loves and how he has created a business that is both sustainable, profitable, and impactful.
363: Industrial Design for the Built Environment with Billings Jackson Design
Today we have not one, not two but three directors of Billings Jackson Design, an industrial design firm working at the interface of construction and product manufacturing.
Listen as they share how the business has evolved, how it's growing, and how industrial design sits in and works alongside other disciplines within the construction industry.
362: Reconciling Business and Design with Brian Wickersham
Today, we're speaking with AUX Architecture founder Brian Wickersham. AUX Architecture is an award-winning architecture firm based in Los Angeles with an eclectic array of different types of project typologies, working in high-end residential, mixed-use, multi-family, and a number of cultural projects as well.
We discuss how AUX was born out of adversity in the middle of a recession and how Brian has built a thriving practice in one of the US' biggest metropolitan areas.