An American in London

Bob Borson —  February 17, 2014 — 49 Comments

I am in desperate need of a holiday – for lots of reasons – feeling extremely run down and a bit foggy being high upon the list. I am bound for a family vacation to the the English countryside but what should I actually do once I get there?

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Do you have a building that you love, that is significant to you? What building flipped your architectural switch on?

Happy Valentine’s Day building, I love you.

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What happens with two people from a creative field get together and make a baby? In a very scientific study, I have predicted the most likely outcome

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Should I be an Architect?

Bob Borson —  February 10, 2014 — 49 Comments

The last several years have been hard on the architectural profession. The tone of the questions I receive have shifted from “Should I become an Architect?” to “Why should I become an Architect?”

Here are my reasons for being an architect.

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Let’s take a look at the evolution of the KHouse Modern Project and compare the design renderings from the beginning, middle, and end of the project to see how things have changed and improved. It’s rather remarkable to be honest.

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Mission Statements

Bob Borson —  January 30, 2014 — 58 Comments

I’m climbing up on my soapbox to tell you that your company does not need a public mission statement and if you do have one, I bet it’s stupid.

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The Kitchen Design Process

Bob Borson —  January 27, 2014 — 39 Comments

As-built field verification, several iterations of sketches, hours of discussions, crying … these things could only represent one thing:
The Kitchen Remodel(™) of 2014

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