Archives For Bob Borson

Evolving out of the Rural Studio was the $20k House project, with a goal of moving beyond the construction of single family residences towards more ambitious and long-term community projects.

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Looking back …

Bob Borson —  January 17, 2012 — 17 Comments

Hindsight is 20/20, or so the phrase goes. If you could go back in time, would you change anything?

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Painted white wood ceilings

Bob Borson —  January 16, 2012 — 54 Comments

Wood ceilings and heavy timber beams painted white … sounds pretty nice doesn’t it? It brings to mind bucolic summer vacations and Vera Bradley catalogs.

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Nobody is in the office and I can turn the music up to 11. This is the music that’s in rotation in the architect’s office so far in 2012

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Perspective is important, particularly when you think you’ve had a bad day. Valuable advice from a 7 year old that is easy to forget once you get older.

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Documenting with photos

Bob Borson —  January 9, 2012 — 14 Comments

It wasn’t that long ago that taking job site construction photos were simply photos that were a necessary part of the process. The camera on your phone is a powerful tool and with a slightest bit of efforts, you can get more with less

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2012 is the start of year #3 for my blog ‘Life of an Architect’. I have some lofty goals and some even bigger plans in store. Here are just a few:

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