Archives For Architects

An Architect’s tool bag

Bob Borson —  August 20, 2012 — 91 Comments

To be an architect you have to have specific tools to get the job done. Here is a look at the ones I use most often.

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Creating realistic renderings in SketchUp is easier (and quicker and cheaper) than you think.

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Practicing architecture for 99.9% of the architects out there means something other than designing – at least what you think design means.

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Despite the fact that it is definitely showing its age, I love my house … apparently so does someone else. Someone wants to buy it and I’m not ready to sell it.

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Architecture studios in college have changed a lot over the last two decades – for the most part, computers and mouse pads have replaced Mayline parallel bars, Borco table covers and drafting eraser scumbags.

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Last week I was confused for an actual member of the media and was invited to tour the new Morphosis designed Perot Museum of Nature & Science building. This was the first time they have allowed pictures to be taken so I hope you enjoy

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No, it’s all about me

Bob Borson —  January 26, 2012 — 24 Comments

You can tell a lot about most creative people by finding out the design things that they admire. Here is just such a list:

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