About the blog’s author: Tara Imani, AIA, CSI, is a registered architect and owner of Tara Imani Designs, LLC, a solo practice in Texas, focusing on residential renovations, commercial space planning, and architecture. She has been blogging for over a year now, beginning with her debut blog post on AIA KnowledgeNet in October, 2010 where she explored what is now a commonplace question in the field of architecture: “Is the Architecture Profession in Need of a Makeover Despite the Upturn in the Economy?” (<—You can click on the highlighted title to link to the blog and join the conversation).


Tara Imani, AIA, CSI











Tara is a native Ohioan and has lived in Texas since 1993.

Tara and her family, Summer Vacation, August 2010

10 thoughts on “About Tara

  1. Loving the blog. Like I said, your writing style is addictive, which is great! I’d love you to write a post for my blog. Aimed at the architects point of view into engineering.

    Your style is perfect for my readers.

    What do you say? I can write one for you in return?….


  2. Hi Glen,
    Thank you so much for taking the time to read my blog– I’m so pleased to know you’re enjoying it and that you find my writing style addictive! 🙂

    I would be honored to guest post on your blog and would love for you to be a guest blogger on mine; let’s plan to discuss the particulars via email: tara@taraimanidesigns.com.

    Thanks for stopping by,

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