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105: ‘Pick Your Niche’, with Ian Janicki

Ian Janicki of Homestead joins the podcast to talk about what architecture schools have been and still are focused on versus what opportunities exist because of recent changes in legislation (California’s SB 9), the importance of infill—especially for solving the housing crisis, why architects should consider learning real estate, how to make more developers, entrepreneurship in the architectural profession, making the case for why we should be wrapping our collective heads around the potential of architecture as product and how to scale an idea to affect change, how to protect a business to avoid what Ian calls “the lumpiness of the profession”, NIMBY-ism and YIMBY-ism, and more.

Links

Ian’s Calendly

Architect & Developer: A Guide to Self-Initiating Projects by James Petty AIA (Amazon)

Otto ADU website

California Senate Bill 9 (The California Home Act)

Ian on LinkedIn

Ian on Twitter

Homestead website

Homestead on Twitter

Homestead on LinkedIn

Previous TRXL episodes referenced in the conversation:

046: ‘The Moment’, with Ian Janicki

067: ‘Ignoring the Warning Signs’, with Samuel Schneider of Homestead

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