- — AIA National (@AIANational)Wed, Apr 02 2014 18:05:24
- Q1 How is your practice different than it was 5 years ago?
- — Aisha Densmore-Bey (@AishaDBdesigner)Wed, Apr 02 2014 18:08:50Q1.) Easy, I didn't have a practice 5 yrs ago. But I will say that I notice the "ante" has been upped as far as presentations go. #aiachat
- — Aisha Densmore-Bey (@AishaDBdesigner)Wed, Apr 02 2014 18:10:04Q1.) Ante upped meaning that what was acceptable to show to a client a few years ago is considered kid-stuff today. #aiachat
- — Interior Architects (@IAarchitects)Wed, Apr 02 2014 18:11:16Q1: IA added enviro graphics division in-house. Integrated strategies+branding+design helps deliver the best 2 our clients #aiachat
- — Erin Rae Hoffer (@erhoffer)Wed, Apr 02 2014 18:11:18Q1: One big practice change we see is that BIM has opened up the way architects interact with clients, created new expectations. #aiachat
- — Erin Rae Hoffer (@erhoffer)Wed, Apr 02 2014 18:12:39Q1: I hear that firms are finding ways to collaborate, share info and ideas, with other companies working on the same project. #aiachat
- — Aisha Densmore-Bey (@AishaDBdesigner)Wed, Apr 02 2014 18:14:51
- — Erin Rae Hoffer (@erhoffer)Wed, Apr 02 2014 18:16:05Q1: Anecdotally, firms in the Boston area report returning to strong staffing levels, driven by healthcare facility demand. #aiachat
AIA Chat: Maintaining Relevancy
What should architects do to remain relevant? That was the question architect Jeff Echols explored in AIA Chat. Echols is an associate at One 10 Studio in Indianapolis and a social media advisor.