While accomplished as a photographer, printmaker, designer, and poet, Josef Albers is probably best remembered for his work as an abstract painter and theorist.

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Architects can make a great living but there is balance between money and happiness that must be found. A look at the best places to work and what areas pay the highest salary for architects.

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Happy Thanksgiving

Bob Borson —  November 24, 2011 — 1 Comment

Today is Thanksgiving and I am most likely wearing sweatpants or washing dishes but I did take some time out to modify my logo for the holiday and I invite you to connect with me elsewhere

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My Mom’s Lemon Chess Pie

Bob Borson —  November 22, 2011 — 19 Comments

Modern Architecture can be describe by the ingredients of a lemon chess pie – my mothers lemon chess pie no less

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A reoccurring segment here on Life of an Architect – Lunchtime Architectural Products – a small collection of the best handful of architectural or design products I discover or review

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Presenting a professional image online is typically a reasonable objective … so why is it so hard to have a decent head shot? Homemade photos work for somethings but when is the right time to make that leap?

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The Heights: Anatomy of a Skyscraper is an easy to read illustrative book that discusses how a skyscraper is designed, built, maintained and operated.

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