Work from Anywhere: Tools, Tips, + Methods I Use to Run a Remote Architecture Studio

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Sharing the process, tools and methods I use to work remotely as an architect. As a sole practitioner living on an island off the coast of Maine, most of my clients live far away so it's not often we're able to meet face-to-face. Much of the architectural design process is handled at a distance using remote collaboration tools, everything from meetings and design presentations to criticism, feedback and sample selections. As we adapt to a new paradigm and more disconnected physical working environments our work can be just as fulfilling and collaborative.Time stamps to help you navigate: 0:13 Things have changed 1:14 My Process: Sketch to Presentation 1:38 Client Feedback + Two Challenges 2:18 Sketching a solution 6:34 Building the digital model 9:46 Packaging up the Presentation (drawings, models, Keynote presentation, video, + email) 12:34 Meetings (video conferencing) 13:31 Keeping track of information + decisions 15:28 Don't miss this sequence 15:38 PSAThese are uncertain and difficult times; I'm here to support you in any way I can. Please let me know what I can do to help you in the comments. Be well + take care... m/ EricMY ONLINE COURSE: Enroll here: https://thirtybyforty.com/a-e-courseDIGITAL DRAWING TEMPLATES: * AutoCAD: http://thirtybyforty.com/autocad-template * REVIT: http://thirtybyforty.com/revit-templateARCHITECT'S TOOLKIT: Architect + Entrepreneur Startup Toolkit (* *NEW for 2020 ** ): http://thirtybyforty.com/splALL MY GEAR (UPDATED LIST): *http://thirtybyforty.com/kit#architecture #architect #remotework Aerial photo credit (thumbnail): Geran de Klerk