All Posts By

Big Gay Architect

architecture

A19 Conference Experience

A’19 in Review There are two things I try to do every year as an architect, professional, and firm owner: 1) speak at an architecture conference; and 2) attend the American Institute of Architect’s (AIA) annual conference. Since 2010, I’ve been a session presenter at conferences in the Midwest, South,…
Big Gay Architect
July 9, 2019
podcast

The Big Gay Architect feat Alex Remington

What good is a newly renovated space without great photography to show it off? If you get a new kitchen and nobody's around to see it, did you really get a new kitchen? In this episode host, Larry Paschall is joined by Alex Remington to discuss home photography, becoming comfortable…
Big Gay Architect
July 2, 2019
Life

Missing Island

My kitchen island has gone missing. Not like actual missing. James and I aren’t frantically putting a picture of it on milk cartons. However, on any given day, just finding the top of the island can be a bit challenging. When we were designing our Kitchen, we were very conscious…
Big Gay Architect
June 25, 2019
podcast

Big Gay Architect Podcast

What good are plans for renovation when you don't have a home constructed yet? Well - that's a good question! As you'll come to find out, construction and renovation go hand in hand. On this week's episode, Stephan Sardone and Larry Paschall talk first-time industry experiences, construction, and the difference…
Big Gay Architect
June 24, 2019
podcast

Matthew Collins

Staging is an important part of the design process! What good is renovating a space if you can't have it decorated and shown off? On this week's episode, Larry Paschall and special guest Matthew Collins discuss fabulous showrooms, dealing with designers, and much much more on this episode of The…
Big Gay Architect
June 19, 2019
architecturebusinessLGBT

No One Said

I’ve been corresponding with an architecture student for the last few years following a chance meeting at the AIA conference in Orlando. He’s involved in a co-op program, so he’s been working off and on while pursuing his degree – well on his way to becoming an architect. Except his…
Big Gay Architect
June 11, 2019