Archives For Observations

Reading between the Lines

Bob Borson —  November 14, 2013 — 20 Comments

Your success is directly tied to your ability to learn how to gauge the temperature of a conversation -otherwise known as “reading between the lines”.

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How do I jump start my own creative process? Sometimes it means not doing anything Other times it means that the act of constantly trying to be creative actually helps me when I need to be creative.
What does that even mean? Read on to find out …

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The fall of the Berlin wall, an attempted coup d’├ętat, a brush with the KGB … This and more as I look at the letters, post cards, and diaries that chronicled my trip through Europe as a 22 year old architecture student.

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Graphic Standards

Bob Borson —  October 21, 2013 — 108 Comments

How an Architect draws can be a reflection of many things – including the culture of the architectural firm

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Privacy on the internet is a serious matter and with all the opportunities for architects to share their information, certain considerations need to be made … it’s not always our information to share.

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Just do what I tell you

Bob Borson —  October 7, 2013 — 26 Comments

Do architects have their own agenda or are they trying to protect the client from themselves?

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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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