We have been hard at working doing some renderings of a great little town home project in Salt Lake City.
We are really excited to be working on our first project east of the Mississippi.
This little four unit residential building is finally all finished up and ready to folks to move in.
Sometimes you have to try a lot of wrong options to get to the right one.
I recently got to go on a tour of the Utah Theater. Here are some images. It is a pretty little building, even though it is quite dilapidated.
On a recent trip to Bryce Canyon I was mesmerized by the way nature can paint with light.
This month on Architalks everyone is talking about back to school. So at the di'velept HQ we have had the college years on our brain. Check out today's post to learn more.
Summertime and the liven's easy. Except this summer, when the liven’s been BUSY. If you have been following along you will know that this is the first di’velept post in quite a while.
I was going to write about the design of the project, but didn't quite get there. Here is a quick update of where we are at in real time.
One of my pet peeves is whenever I hear someone say “I did that project”. Sorry, but NO YOU DIDN’T. You were a small part of a “HUGE” machine...
In this post about learning to develop real estate I talk about starting to put together a team.
This month on Architalks we talk about two of our favorite Archi-tools. Trace paper and Dynamo. Both help us explore many ideas faster.
So you want to be a real estate developer, me too. I have heard it said that...
Recently we had the opportunity to be a partner on the design of a residence in the Virgin Islands. Sound exotic? It is, but we don’t like to brag
I asked Santa for a Google Cardboard headset for Christmas and it is going to change the way I practice architecture.
Thanksgiving is my favorite holiday. This year I have an additional reason to be thankful.
For a brief moment, this post was going to be about mashed potatoes. It is the item that I am asked to make most often for large meals. And I LOVE MASHED POTATOES. But then I realized there are two problems.
How much will it cost and how long will it take are always the first questions on projects. Unfortunately, they are also some of the hardest questions to answer.
This month on #architalks the topic is "first project". This makes me question how do you define first. Well, for me it all started with cows.