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Projects in architectural school tend to be somewhat outrageous – designing something to exist on the dark side of the moon isn’t all that unlikely. But what is the point of designing these incredibly odd and silly projects?

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A lot of long hours and hard work went into this moment … I can’t even begin to describe how exciting it is to finally get your name on the door.

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I was asked to say a few words to a packed house at the 2014 AIA Austin Design Awards Ceremony … I chose to take that as my opportunity to talk about why architects should be blogging

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Most people think getting older is a bad thing but I’m here to tell you that getting older is awesome! In recognition of my 46th birthday, here is my list of the Top 10 Reasons why Getting Older is Awesome

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Experiencing a robbery is a terrible thing, you feel violated and vulnerable. How is it possible to come out of a tragedy and feel thankful?

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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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An Architect’s Bag

Bob Borson —  August 19, 2013 — 63 Comments

I thought it would be interesting to show people what I carry around in my “architectural” bag. I’ve seen posts like this before and while being a little bit voyeuristic, I typically find them interesting – I hope you do as well. Plus, there’s a special request at the end …

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