This week on the Entrepreneur Architect Podcast, Bob Fisher of DesignIntelligence and I have a fantastic conversation about how small firm architects may succeed through storytelling.
Another submission to the #ArchiTalks blog series, this episode is being published simultaneously with many other #ArchiTalks blog posts from all over the internet. Scroll down to the bottom of this post for links to many other #ArchiTalks submissions.
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Referenced in This Episode
Episode 40: This is Exciting – Making a Difference at Entrepreneur Architect
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Enoch Sears – Business of Architecture
The Secret Ingredient To Convincing Anyone To Do (Almost) Anything
Bob Borson – Life of An Architect
Architectural Storytelling – It’s My Thing
Matthew Stanfield – FiELD9: architecture
Stories in Architecture
Marica McKeel – Studio MM
Take the Time to Tell Your Story.
Jeff Echols – Architect Of The Internet
Architects can Improve their Marketing by Incorporating Storytelling
Lee Calisti, AIA – Think Architect
architecture as storytelling
Evan Troxel – TRXL
It’s Their Story
Lora Teagarden – L² Design, LLC
Architectural Storytelling: The Legacy of Design
Collier Ward – Thousand Story Studio
Architecture and Storytelling are Forever Linked
Cormac Phalen – Cormac Phalen
THE GENERATIONAL STORY ARCHITECTURE AS STORYTELLING
Nicholas Renard – Cote Renard Architecture
The Story of a Listener
Andrew Hawkins, AIA – Hawkins Architecture, Inc.
Architectural Story Books
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