Archives For Observations

Have you ever thought about your digital footprint? All the information you share on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter – all of it – what sort of message are you sending to others. How will you be judged years from now?

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My Day in a Wheelchair

Bob Borson —  July 27, 2015 — 18 Comments

It should be noted that I am not disabled in any way … but I still spent the day in a wheelchair. What I learned from the experience had a profound experience on me.

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Being an architect has its up’s and down’s … and the skill set we develop in an effort to become better architects can actually make every day adventures out of the most mundane activities … like taking a shower.

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There are so many architectural websites out there how do you know which ones to waste your precious lunch hour reading? That’s where this list comes in handy … The Best Architectural Websites in the World for 2015

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I hope that this curated list of “Do You Want to be an Architect” posts can help you zero in on your own reasons for either warning to be an architect, or that they have reaffirmed your reasons for becoming an architect.

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Hi. My name is Bob and I seem to talk about toilets a lot here at Life of an Architect. I typed “master bathroom layout designs” in to Google and what I found is alarming.

We need to talk.

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The Crummy Pillow Paradigm

Bob Borson —  January 29, 2015 — 36 Comments

How can pillows be the catalyst to recognizing the importance of seeing problems? First, they have to be crummy, the rest is up to you.

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