Mentoring for Architects
Michael Meehan, AIA, past chair of the Young Architects Forum Advisory Committee, shares what the YAF has learned about mentoring and young architects.
is the incoming president of the National Organization of Minority Architects
(NOMA) and a former Loeb Fellow. He was a founding principal with the Los Angeles-based
firm RAW International, which has been in practice more than 24 years.
Green Growth and the Past Feeding the Future
In this week’s Practice section, James Kienle, FAIA, contends, with strong reasoning, that building preservation is a resource-efficient planning approach that may be thwarted if municipalities adopt green guidelines that do not take into account the material, energy, and cultural resources embodied in existing buildings. Another argument for strong architect involvement in municipal planning?
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What is your current outlook on architect mentoring?
› It’s part of everything I do, giving and receiving with colleagues, clients, and schools.
› It’s collegial with fellow professionals, such as at AIA meetings.
› It’s important because it’s an IDP requirement.
› It’s not interaction I would find valuable.
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