Moving Memories

Bob Borson —  May 28, 2013 — 32 Comments

My office is amazing and I can’t believe I am leaving it. I have not been looking forward to moving out of my office – there are a lot of memories in there

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Once you decide to leave your job, you’ll need an exit strategy – it’s the best way to protect your reputation while leaving on a positive note.

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It’s never easy to say goodbye but after 11 years at my current job, that’s exactly what is happening

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For young architects and recent architectural graduates, how do you determine what the right size architectural firm for you?

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How can a simple looking trellis actually be so complicated? When it’s done right, even the most complicated of problems looks simple but don’t be fooled – a lot of time, energy, and creative problem solving went into the design of this steel trellis.

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Reupolstering chairs is not something that comes to mind when you think “architect” and “weekend project”. You say “crafty”, I say “handy”. Either way, this is a simple, low-cost project that literally anybody could do.

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At one point or another, every architecture student or graduate has a portfolio of their work that they have agonized over creating … and most people get it wrong.

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