Archives For a day in the life

Pretty simple stuff today – but more important than it would appear most people recognize. You aren’t asking enough questions.

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Last week I spent the day with no hearing as part of an “Impairment for a Day” event. I’d like to think that these exercises make me a better architect, but even if they don’t, I fairly confident that they make me a better person.

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I’ve moved in to my “new” house and there are some things that aren’t quite right. This is the equivalent of the “before” picture

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I think architects are like snowflakes. Not because they are delicate, but because each is unique and (it frequently seems to be the case) that external conditions need to be perfect in order for them to properly thrive.

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Moving to a new house can be a really exciting time in a person’s life … or it can suck when you are moving out of a house that you felt was really special.

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The Tools of an Architect

Bob Borson —  February 8, 2016 — 35 Comments

Architects come in all sorts of shapes and sizes and as a result, we all use different tools to get the job done. When I sit back and really think about what I absolutely need to do my job, these are the items that matter most.

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Time for another round of Graphic Standards for Architects … you know, because drawings are important in our line of work. In our constant effort to improve our drawings, it’s time we take a closer look at cabinetry.

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