Continuing the conversation about Architectural Graphic Standards and what architectural firms convey in their construction drawings

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BOOM! - I just blew your mind. You should be on the floor with brain matter coming out of your ear … and I would put it on Instagram

heard around the architectural studio #009

The fall of the Berlin wall, an attempted coup d’état, a brush with the KGB … This and more as I look at the letters, post cards, and diaries that chronicled my trip through Europe as a 22 year old architecture student.

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Graphic Standards

Bob Borson —  October 21, 2013 — 99 Comments

How an Architect draws can be a reflection of many things – including the culture of the architectural firm

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I once had a jam box “re-purposed” from my work space when I was in 2nd year studio. I remember being particularly irritated about it at the time because I had just made a brand new mix tape and I had left in the cassette player (does anyone even remember cassette tapes?). I found the jambox two years later in one of the other architecture school buildings, sitting there on a table as if that’s where I had left it the two years prior…

… with no mix tape.

Memories from Studio

Taking advantage of the sloping site and wide open pastoral setting, Lyday Farms is a residential project that celebrates the agrarian building type. It is today’s featured project

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Privacy on the internet is a serious matter and with all the opportunities for architects to share their information, certain considerations need to be made … it’s not always our information to share.

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