Archives For Bob Borson

Do Architects hang on to their sketches? I generate a lot of sketches in the process of being an architect and historically speaking, I throw them away. Am I crazy?

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Don’t make a New Year’s resolution – you’ll end up regretting it since the vast majority of them are never accomplished. Instead, just be a better “fill-in-the-blank”.

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While 2014 isn’t technically over yet, it isn’t going to stop me from looking back at all the articles I wrote over the year to see which ones represented the very best that 2014 had to offer.

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Delineation is a fancy word for drawings, and if you like architectural drawings, you’ve come to the right place!

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A Chef’s Kitchen

Bob Borson —  December 16, 2014 — 18 Comments

If you were going to renovate or design your own kitchen, talking to a chef about their kitchen – a “chef’s kitchen” … would be a good place to start.

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If you are going to be an architect, do you have to work a lot of overtime? Not necessarily. I thought it would be interesting to break down by 2014 hour by hour to see what time I spent and where I spent it.

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What is a typical day like for an architectural intern? Who knows … it’s different stuff every single day. But there are great adventures to be had and this day is one such adventure.

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