As the in-house LEED Green Associate, I am beginning monthly sessions with our design department to keep our designers up to speed on sustainability issues. The first subject in this series is green building basics. Below you will find a short outline of facts making the case for why green building, or sustainable design, matters.Continue Reading
Communication is key for keeping a project on schedule, in budget, and successful overall. But with so many moving parts sometimes it can be difficult to keep things straight. At Taylor Studios we keep things organized by assigning each project a specific project manager to guiding the project. We also require our clients to have a similar communicator on their end to reduce the potential for miss or missed communication.
In hopes of keeping communication smooth and effective, we’ve created a handy, simplified, graphic to help our clients determine what line of communication to follow for any given need. We look forward to hearing from you soon!Continue Reading
The scope of work has been defined; the contract has been negotiated and signed; the Project Manager has been designated; the Design Team has been assembled. And now, the brainstorm meeting has been scheduled! You will often find project brainstorm meetings on Continue Reading
The chief aim of interpretation is not instruction, but provocation. –Freeman Tilden’s Fourth Principle of Interpretation
I reckon you wouldn’t even be human being if you didn’t have some pretty strong personal feelings about nuclear combat. –Major Major TJ ‘King’ Kong In the movie Dr. Strangelove
The atomic bomb is shit. –J. Robert Oppenheimer