Author: Creu Architecture
1. Keep it short. – According to a recent study by TheLadders, recruiters spend on average about 6 seconds looking at your C.V. so it’s vital that the information that you present is concise. 2. Don’t include irrelevant information. – Your C.V. should emphasise skills and achievements that fit the job that you’re applying for. […]
Being a small architectural practice when we started out back in 2007 and spending valuable time finding resources ourselves, we have compiled a selection of 8 books that we think are essential in every architectural practice’s library. Reference: Images and copy sourced from the RIBA Bookshop
1. Keep it simple. 2. Obtain a copy of the Client’s Employers Information Requirements (EIR) and assess what outputs of information they require(.pdf, .dwg, .rvt, .ifc, cobie, hard copies) and when and how they would like that information to be presented to them during and at the end of the project (on disk, hard copies, […]
Having used Revit as a design platform for 10 years at Creu we have found often by accident a number of features in Revit that make our life easier so we decided to share them with you. These are not intended to be indepth tutorials on how to use Revit but rather some tips and […]
Gone are the days when an Architect is confined to a drawing board, they can now carry their entire office in their bag! So having embraced many forms of modern technology which allow our director to work anywhere providing he has a 4g or wifi signal, below Alwyn explains what he uses to be able […]
This is a series about design that we have watched on Netflix and highly recommend. Here’s a trailer for a preview.
Having worked at various levels of Building Information Modeling (BIM) on projects over the past 10 years here are our top 5 tips to Clients on what to do to get the best out of the BIM process. 1. Keep it simple! 2. Work out what information you need to maintain and service your building/ […]