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Merry Christmas

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Dear Friends,

The profession of architecture has a tendency to be overly zealous about building icons, design trends and personalities. In contrast, the Christmas season presents us an opportunity to be inspired and humbled by a miraculous event that took place in a simple manger 2,000 years ago.

As we make our way through these turbulent times, it is good to look upon those things of true and lasting value—faith, family, and friendship. We wish you and your family a very Merry Christmas and blessed New Year.

Tom, Valerie, James, and Johanna

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2 Responses to “Merry Christmas”

  1. Hi, I'm Jonathan Staddon. I'm 16 years old and hope to be an Architect some day. I had one problem though, until I came to this post. I didn't know if you were a Christian or not. Now I know !!! May the Lord bless you all. And keep posting I'm really learning a lot from you.

    P.S. what is the name of your 3D computer program?

  2. Hello Jonathan.
    Thanks for your comment. We wish you success in your future career.
    We currently use Sketchup and Autodesk Revit. For more info on our 3D programs, see the following posts: http://tjcaia.com/blog/2009/03/our-process-3d-mod... http://tjcaia.com/blog/2008/07/running-on-revit/ and http://tjcaia.com/blog/2008/04/exciting-technolog...