Simon Jacobsen is a founding partner of the internationally acclaimed architectural firm Jacobsen Architecture, LLC with his father Hugh Newell Jacobsen, F.A.I.A.  Simon operates a company of nine architects and works throughout the United States, Caribbean, Europe and Asia. The primary focus of his work is custom residential, commercial and institutional architecture, interiors, furniture and lighting design.  Simon Jacobsen’s work is widely published in print and television such as The Wall Street Journal, Casa VOGUE, HGTV’s Extreme Homes, Architectural Digest, The Washington Post, Washingtonian Magazine, DC Modern Luxury, Home & Design, Design Bureau Magazine, HGTV, Entra Magazine and the hundreds of internet publications and design blogs. Residential Architect Magazine listed Jacobsen Architecture in the top 50 design firms in the US and Architectural Digest lists Hugh and Simon Jacobsen in the top 100 of architects and designers internationally.   Simon Jacobsen is a recipient of many prestigious awards in architecture and design from The American Institute of Architects, The Society of American Registered Architects and he is also an inductee of Architectural Digest’s AD100. Press play on this episode to hear from one of the great’s in this industry!

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN ABOUT IN THIS EPISODE:

  • Why the Jacobsen’s architecture is unique
  • What it’s like to be an architect
  • What the process is to build beautiful buildings
  • What basic skills one needs in this profession
  • How many projects does an architect work on at a time
  • Why having learning disabilities, like dyslexia, can actually help with architecture
  • What it is like to go into the family business
  • How to write a proper cover letter if you want to get a job at their firm

 

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