The Art of saying “No”

Bob Borson —  January 31, 2013 — 23 Comments

I don’t like to say no and I’ll always try to find a way to avoid saying it to someone. This article is about how to say “no” without actually saying “no”

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Today we are taking a look at the Isokern wood burning fireplaces on the Cottonwood Modern residence. There are four all-together and are assembled from a kit of parts and are surprisingly affordable considering how well they work.

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You’re an architect – how much money do you make? I wish I got a dime every time someone asked me this question [read more]

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Thinking of taking the architectural registration exam? I thought I would use today’s post to share with you what I did to pass the exam – on the first try.

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Cottonwood Modern

Bob Borson —  January 14, 2013 — 15 Comments

Progress is coming along on the Cottonwood modern residence – today we take a look at the structural pool, mahogany soffits, and a few other items of interest.

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A collection of articles geared towards architecture students, architectural interns, and people interested in the process of what it takes to become an architect.

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If you have ever wondered what is in the bag of a professional architectural photographer, this is a good place to start. An inside look at the tool bag of architectural photographer Brad Feinknopf.

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