Every so often you get an opportunity to re-examine your work from a new perspective. In the last couple of years, that’s exactly what we’ve done at KSQ.
I wasn’t overly fond of high school. I was painfully shy, my world was small, and cell phones didn’t exist so I couldn’t hide behind my phone scrolling through social media. Recently, I returned to my high school campus, and instead of being the reluctant, shy student I once was, I was the confident professional supporting Kingston High School both as a 1982 graduate and as a team member from KSQ–the firm chosen for a comprehensive and historic re-imaging of the school’s 100-year old campus.more
*Editor’s Note: Most of us already know that architecture school is an endurance challenge–more exam hours than medical students, lack of sleep, studio, etc.–but education in the profession so often continues beyond the Bachelors degree. Many people in the field juggle a full-time professional workload, family and personal demands, and continuing education. At KSQ we have numerous staff members who are dealing with this reality, so we thought we’d highlight some of their stories. Follow along and see why architecture is a profession that requires passion…and a lot of coffee.more