Architectural Sketchbooks

Bob Borson —  September 29, 2014 — 11 Comments

Sketching is part of the architects domain and there was a time when it was a forgone conclusion that if you were an architect, you could draw.

Times are changing …

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it’s time for another entry into the ongoing series I have been running where we get to take an inside look into the working contents of various design and construction related professionals. Today we get a look into the bag of an architecture student who is studying abroad.

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Is that an Oculus?

Bob Borson —  September 22, 2014 — 13 Comments

I typically try and avoid talking like an architect – particularly when I’m talking to non-architects. In this case, there is no other word other than “oculus”. Don’t know what an oculus is? You’ve come to the right place.

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Want to get a job working in an architect’s office? What exactly do you need to do? Learn about the things I look for in a potential new employee – and you might just find yourself getting an offer for every single job you interview.

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I thought it would be particularly good timing to bring up the idea of working on short term goals and they value – and satisfaction – that they can bring to your career.

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As a result of exhaustive research, I have concluded that the only people how hate the word “Intern” are interns … but this is a problem for all of us in the architectural profession and we need to do something about it before it’s too late.

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‘Voltron’ Model Table

Bob Borson —  September 8, 2014 — 10 Comments

A big model requires a big table … this is the ‘Voltron Table’ and it is, in fact, a very large table.

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