Interview: Philip Auchettl of RAD LAB

In August 2017, I spoke with Architect & Developer Philip Auchettl of RAD LAB in San Diego, CA. See more information about RAD LAB at radlabsd.com. Also, check out a short documentary on their student thesis turned reality, Quartyard, {here}. See more articles about RAD LAB {here}. Philip Auchettl: Myself, Jason, and...

Interview: Jonathan Tate of OJT

In December 2017, I sat down with Architect & Developer Jonathan Tate of OJT in New Orleans, LA. See more information about OJT at officejt.com. Also, listen to Jonathan’s recent interview on the National Real Estate Forum podcast {here} and see more articles about Jonathan {here}. Jonathan Tate: Why we ended...

Interview: Peter Guthrie of DDG

In October 2017, I sat down with Architect & Developer Peter Guthrie of DDG in New York, New York. See more information about DDG at ddgpartners.com. See more articles about Peter {here}. Peter Guthrie: So I was in Brooklyn. I knew I couldn’t find the perfect client. They weren’t just...

Interview: Jared Della Valle of Alloy

In September 2017, I sat down with Architect & Developer Jared Della Valle of Alloy in Brooklyn, New York. See more information about Alloy at alloyllc.com. Watch Jared lecture in a panel on Architect as Developer at Harvard {here}. See more articles about Jared {here}. Jared Della Valle: It was...

Interview: Alex Barrett of Barrett Design

In September 2017, I sat down with Architect & Developer Alex Barrett of Barrett Design in Brooklyn, New York. See more information about Barrett Design at barrettdesign.com. Watch Alex lecture in a panel on Architect as Developer at Harvard {here}. See more articles about Alex {here}.   Alex Barrett: I realized...

Interview: The UP Studio

  In August 2017, I sat down with John Patrick Winberry, Adam J. Wanaselja, and Jeffrey Ramierez of the Architect & Developer firm, The Up Studio in Queens, New York. See more information about The UP Studio at theupstudio.com and check out the website for their first development, West Beech, {here}. See...

Interview: WC Studio

In July 2017, I spoke with John Wolters and Cady Chintis of Architect & Developer WC Studio in Tacoma, WA. See more information about WC Studio at wc-studio.com and more articles {here}. John Wolters: What we look for are the properties that typical developers and builders are bypassing. We look for properties...

Interview: Kevin Cavenaugh of Guerrilla Development

In July 2017, I spoke with Architect & Developer Kevin Cavenaugh of Guerrilla Development in Portland, OR. See more information about Guerrilla Development at guerrilladev.co. See more articles about Kevin {here}.   Kevin Cavenaugh: I knew that architects would toil for years making super low money. That is all fine, but the...

Interview: Tim McDonald of Onion Flats

 In July 2017, I sat down with Architect & Developer Tim McDonald of Onion Flats in Philadelphia, PA. See more information about Onion Flats at onionflats.com. See more articles about Onion Flats {here}. Tim McDonald: We call ourselves an unintentional company. I wanted to start an architecture gallery. It seemed like a...

Interview: Mike Benkert, AIA

  In June 2017, I sat down with Architect & Developer Mike Benkert, AIA in Cincinnati, OH. See more information about Mike at mbenkert.com and follow along his Home 2.0 Blog {home2blog.com} for the latest updates. Also, check out his video series on YouTube {here} and see more articles about Mike {here}....

Interview: Jose de la Cruz of JdlC Studio

In June 2017, I spoke with Architect & Developer Jose de la Cruz of JdlC Studio in Houston, TX. Jose de la Cruz: Well you know it really started because I was looking at my student loans and thinking they were too high. I am sitting here paying rent on...

Interview: Gregg Pasquarelli of SHoP

In the Fall of 2013, I sat down with Gregg Pasquarelli (SHoP), Brad Cloepfil (Allied Works), Paul Lewis (Lewis.Tsurumaki.Lewis Architects), Dan Wood (Work.AC), and Stephen Cassell (Architecture Research Office). I wanted to understand and document how each of them formed their respective offices. I was after the nitty gritty details...

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