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Eric Reinholdt, Architect added this to Design Practice: How to Start Your Architecture Business
When defining your brand, conceptually speaking, you’re acting as both the client and the architect. You get to decide where you’re going to build (your niche), and then you’ll decide what it will look like (your brand). What will set your business apart? Why start your own firm in the first place? What do you bring to the table that no one else can? What’s uniquely you?One part of you might answer, “That’s easy. I’m an extremely gifted designer.” You are. But the world is full of talented designers; don’t fool yourself into thinking that’s going to be the differentiator. Yes, people care about design, probably more than ever, but really what people want in an architect is someone who is going to creatively solve their problems. You’ll be judged on how well clients think you’ll be able to solve their very personal needs, not on how well composed your portfolio looks. Sure, you need a strong portfolio that opens the door, but it’s your ability to communicate to clients that you care about their problems and can capably offer solutions to meet their immediate needs that really matters.

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March 22, 2014
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