WHERE MINDS CONVERGE

Insights – Wisdom from Distinguished Colleagues

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Odile Decq

One of Europe's most experimental architects talks about her unique highrise designs and the challenges of a male-dominated profession.

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Peter Dodge, FAIA

The first "D" in EHDD discusses his circuitous path into architecture, being in Bolivia and Burning Man.

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George Homsey, FAIA

Often referred to as a "task master," George reflects on his decades at EHDD, Sea Ranch and working under Joseph Esherick.

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Helmut Jahn, FAIA

International "archigeer" Helmut Jahn on solving problems in a new way and why some designs fail the test of time.

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Jack MacAllister, FAIA

Life lessons from an architect who ran a major project for Louis Kahn when he was just 23 years old.

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Steven Ehrlich, FAIA

AIA 2016 Firm of the Year founder discusses his trademarked "Multi-Cultural Modernism" and his highly collaborative design approach.

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Larry Scarpa, FAIA

Los Angeles architect and educator describes himself as full of contraditions: demanding, easy, driven, playful.

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Gwynne Pugh, FAIA, ASCE

From his early exposure to civil engineering and love for the environment, Gwynn discusses how he subconsciously integrated form and function.

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Thom Mayne, FAIA

A 220-volt personality reflects on his life and tranformations.

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Chuck Davis, FAIA

Chuck Davis, partner at EHDD, discusses memorable clients and projects, including David Packard on the Monterey Bay Aquarium.

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Paul Welch, Jr., Hon. AIACC

AIACC's guiding force discusses architects? benevolence and how they can get more involved in public service.

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Carol Ross Barney, FAIA

Chicago's beloved Ross Barney discusses design, teaching, her education as one of few female students, and her noncomformist firm.

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Robert Ivy, FAIA, CEO

Architect, design critic, writer and CEO of the AIA gives his views on place, space and the profession.

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