Archives For Bob Borson

There is a huge visual difference between how wood is cut. Architects and designers should know the difference between rift, quarter, and plain sawn wood. Do you?

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How to be the best at what you do – 5 things that a person needs to be successful A list inspired by Pritzker prize winning architect Thom Mayne

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Architects are natural storytellers – it’s a process that is inherently built into our creative process and when used properly, it’s one of the very best tools in our tool bag.

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Recently, I was able to talk at length with renown kitchen designer Vasi Ypsilantis about her creative process, her distinguished career, and whether or not you should put a ceiling fan in the kitchen.

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Design Awards

Bob Borson —  October 6, 2014 — 19 Comments

Architects frequently attempt to win design awards and after today, I’ll be no different. Here is my design award entry for the 2014 Dallas AIA Design Awards. Wonder if I’ll win?

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Architectural Sketchbooks

Bob Borson —  September 29, 2014 — 18 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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