Architectural Interns

Bob Borson —  November 8, 2012 — 68 Comments

here are some unique insights into how an architecture student can rise to the top of a pile of resumes and get that coveted architectural intern position

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I’ve decided that some work needs to be done to my utility room … too bad I didn’t think it through first.

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This weekend is the 2012 AIA Dallas Tour of Homes and this year, we have a house that is participating on the tour. There are 8 houses altogether, and all of them designed by architects.

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Sometimes the best laid plans don’t work out – even when you have a good reason for every decision, you just don’t get it right.

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It’s only been a week but there is a lot that has happened … including a hit to the contingency fund. Twice.

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A small but compacted renovation is underway at Life of an Architect World Headquarters

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Sea Ranch, California

Bob Borson —  October 15, 2012 — 17 Comments

I recently took a trip to Sea Ranch, California and while my wife and daughter explored the tide pools, I set off to find Condominium One, one of the most significant landmarks of post war american architecture.

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