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Architects and the art of being happy

Life of an Architect Podcast

Architects and the art of being happy

By Bob Borson, FAIA | June 27, 2022

Take a look around and you are likely to see what I see. Read the emails I receive and you’re likely to start believing it as well. People—including architects—seem to be fairly unhappy at the moment. We are going to see what we can do about it.  Are we going to get a little philosophical on you? Probably. Welcome to episode 103 of Life of an Architect: Architects and The Art of Being Happy. 


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