A Photographer’s Bag

Bob Borson —  September 20, 2013 — 5 Comments

What equipment does a photographer need to do their job? Take a look inside the bag of a globe-trekking photographer and his two bags of camera gear

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Meetings are a Waste of Time

Bob Borson —  September 19, 2013 — 34 Comments

Despite how much I like to talk, I think most meetings are a complete waste of time. At least half of the meetings I sit in on, nothing is really happening other than the swapping of stories. One on hand that’s okay because I’m like the Pecos Bill of story swapping, I simply don’t have the time for it anymore.

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… we are going to have to fix these whacked out dimensions

heard around the architectural studio #007

I spend a considerable amount of time worrying that I am a dunce, or at least that I might come off as one here on Life of an Architect. So why do I do it? … I’m building my own doors to open

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An Interior Designer’s Bag

Bob Borson —  September 13, 2013 — 9 Comments

Part of an on-going series, a look inside the bag of a design professional – this one comes to us courtesy of Dallas INterior Designer, Courtney Price.

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Architectural Models

Bob Borson —  September 12, 2013 — 38 Comments

A vast majority of the models we make are not made to serve as a testament to the final design – these are working models and as such, rarely reflect the final design. These models, besides playing a role in setting the tone for the culture of the office, help us work through the form, space and scale of the projects.

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There is an order to how we do things around here … first we’re going to do it right, and then it’s going to be done.

That’s the order.

heard around the architectural studio #006