Archives For Architects

Architects and the AIA

Bob Borson —  December 9, 2013 — 36 Comments

If you receive any sort of professional correspondence from me, you will see three letters after my name …

Robert Borson, AIA

But what do they mean and why are they so important?

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The costs associated with becoming a licensed architect are out of control. Ever wondered what it costs – both in terms of time AND money – to become an architect? You’ll probably be amazed once the information is actually laid out from beginning to end …

Have a tissue ready, it isn’t pretty.

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Want to know some Architectural Tricks of the Trade? These are some tips that will help you fit in at the club

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Continuing the conversation about Architectural Graphic Standards and what architectural firms convey in their construction drawings

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Your an architect and your trapped on a deserted island … what music are you going to listen to? Architects listen to a lot of music, here’s some of our favorites

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Architectural Sketches

Bob Borson —  September 26, 2013 — 22 Comments

Architects sketch as part of the process when doing there job … at least I do. There are many different styles and techniques that architects use when graphically working through problems.

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Architectural Models

Bob Borson —  September 12, 2013 — 37 Comments

A vast majority of the models we make are not made to serve as a testament to the final design – these are working models and as such, rarely reflect the final design. These models, besides playing a role in setting the tone for the culture of the office, help us work through the form, space and scale of the projects.

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