Architalks 40: Words

Architalks #40 is all about “words”. What a perfect time for me to pen a “wordless” blog and see if they tell a thousand stories?

 

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It was supposed to be a wordless blog, but it wouldn’t be fair to the professional photographer if I didn’t credit him for the last picture. Please visit https://www.agphotography.com/Recent/Crestavilla/ to see the album.

This post is part of the ArchiTalks series originally spearheaded by Bob Borson of Life of an Architect. Historically, he has selected a theme and a group of us (architects who also blog) all post on the same day and promote each other’s posts. This year, the themes have been selected by a variety of contributors. This month’s theme was selected by Jeremiah Russell of the Rogue Architecture and is: “Words.” To read how others interpreted the theme, please explore the links below.

Jeff Echols – Architect of the Internet (@jeff_echols) – Does anyone hear your words?

Lora Teagarden – L² Design, LLC (@L2DesignLLC): Visual Words

Eric T. Faulkner – Rock Talk (@wishingrockhome): Words are Simple — Too Simple

Michele Grace Hottel – Michele Grace Hottel, Architect (@mghottel): “words”

Meghana Joshi – IRA Consultants, LLC (@MeghanaIRA): Architalks 40: Words

Brian Paletz – The Emerging Architect (@bpaletz): A pictures worth

Drew Paul Bell – Drew Paul Bell (@DrewPaulBell): Mindset for Endless Motivation and Discipline #Architalks

Jeffrey Pelletier – Board & Vellum (@boardandvellum): Use Your Words (Even When You Can’t)

Jim Mehaffey – Yeoman Architect (@jamesmehaffey): Words Are Important

Mark Stephens – Mark Stephens Architects (@architectmark): Words

Leah Alissa Bayer – The Stoytelling LAB (@leahalissa): Architects Are Storytellers

 

 

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