Archives For Architects

An architect and his wife – one ruined by the other (probably not the one you would suppose). What happens when you marry a residential architect?

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The Architect’s Ego

Bob Borson —  June 20, 2013 — 24 Comments

The “Architect’s Ego” … most architects think it’s a birthright that comes with the license. If you’re a contractor, engineer or interior designer you’ve experienced it. If you’re a client – I’m here to tell you that you want it.

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I have been invited by the AIA Dallas Associates Committee to participate in their summer series called “Architecture on Tap.” Basically a handful of people sit in front of a bunch of other people and we all drink beer and talk about something – in this case, our topic will be ‘New Roads for Architectural Engagement’.

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A properly prepared legal agreement between owner and architect will clearly communicate a project’s terms and conditions, determine responsibilities of each party and set expectations for schedule and payment for services. It is one of the most important steps in the architectural process is one that, once completed, will hopefully never be seen again.

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It’s never easy to say goodbye but after 11 years at my current job, that’s exactly what is happening

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At one point or another, every architecture student or graduate has a portfolio of their work that they have agonized over creating … and most people get it wrong.

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Ask different architects the details of his or her daily job duties; you’ll get a different answer every time. What an architect does on a daily basis depends on where they live, what kind of firm they work for, and a myriad of other factors. That’s right, there are options …

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