Architects offices are supposed to look cool, they are supposed to create and reflect the creative environment that awaits all who enter … they are NOT supposed to look like the community space in a retirement home.

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Design in a Day

Bob Borson —  July 28, 2014 — 24 Comments

“A charrette (pronounced [shuh-ret]), often Anglicized to charette or charet and sometimes called a design charrette, is an intense period of design or planning activity”.

That’s what we are talking about today …

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I am continuing this look into the value that architectural interns bring to the office by allowing our other intern – John Charbonneau – to take over the site today and talk about his experience while giving others a peek into how he has ben spending his time this summer.

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I typically don’t think architectural interns add a whole lot of value, but I might have been wrong about that. I let the interns take over the blog and describe their experience and the value of being an architectural intern

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Board-Formed Concrete

Bob Borson —  July 17, 2014 — 24 Comments

Everybody I know, who has an opinion on such things, loves the look of board formed concrete. But what exactly is it and how do you get it to look it’s very best? I have all the answers my friend …

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Leadership

Bob Borson —  July 14, 2014 — 33 Comments

Leadership is one of those words that people throw around a lot but I’m not sure people stop to think about what it really means.

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Being an Architect

Bob Borson —  July 10, 2014 — 22 Comments

I get asked a lot of questions related to what’s it like to be an architect? or “How do a I spend my day?” In an effort to help people understand what it’s like to work with me, I’ve answered a few questions that I get asked the most.

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