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Designing for Others

Bob Borson —  July 7, 2014 — 37 Comments

Being able to design projects for other people – and include them in the process – is part of what makes you a pro. The more involvement I can get out of a client, the better the project will be.

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So which is it? Eat you vegetables or eat your dessert? And what does either have to do with architecture?
They have everything to do with architecture so you’ll just have to read it to find out what I’m thinking about.

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Today I answer the 4 most common questions I get asked to answer regarding an architectural degree and studio life in college. The questions probably won’t surprise you, but the answers might.

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Luck favors the prepared so I’ve put together a list of the 10 attributes I think an intern should demonstrate if they really want to rapidly advance their career.

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I’ve put together an architectural job “starter kit” of all the things you should be paying attention to if you’re planning on getting a job at an architectural office.

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Despite the urban legends that you’ve heard about that person who stayed awake for 6 straight days to finish his project, Architecture school is terrific. Here are a few tips that can help make your experience in architecture studio that much better rewarding

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Architecture is not a trade, it’s a craft … and to become any good at it, you are going to have to get it wrong for awhile

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