Architects and Moonlighting

Bob Borson —  February 8, 2013 — 18 Comments

Moonlighting has dark undertones as it’s very name might suggest. There are advantages and disadvantages to taking on work outside of normal business hours.

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You might be surprised to learn that more tornadoes hit the United States than any other country in the world … Texas has more tornadoes than any other state … I live in Texas … and we have a tornado shelter in the Cottonwood modern project I have been working on.

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Things are unusually busy here at Life of an Architect but don’t feel to bad for me … I think it’s going to end well (with me on the beach, Mai Tai in hand)

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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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