Tag Archives: Vlattas

The Tweet and Roar of Social Media

Social networks are dynamic and instant ways of communicating, putting your firm’s image and reputation at stake in new ways. By Nicholas E. Vlattas, AIA, and Deborah Marquardt

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Market Driven

Architects expand horizons in the Middle East and Africa, but a lack of infrastructure and governmental support pose problems. By Kim A. O’Connell

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Book Worms and Bytes

Architectural firms, not unlike traditional libraries, struggle with how to achieve the right balance between digital references and hard copies. By Nicholas E. Vlattas, AIA, with Deborah Marquardt

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Renovate, Repurpose, Renew

Architects can and should lead the way on sustainability—and it starts with our own offices. By Nicholas E. Vlattas, AIA, with Deborah Marquardt

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Size Matters

Will new legislation ease the health-care burden for architecture firms? By Nicholas E. Vlattas, AIA, with Deborah Marquardt

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Architecture’s Engine for Change

Why has it taken 40 years for us to fully embrace the tenets of sustainability? By Nicholas E. Vlattas, AIA and Deborah Marquardt

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Risky Business

It’s hard to admit mistakes. But it would be foolish not to learn from them. By Nicholas E. Vlattas, AIA and Deborah Marquardt

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