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Life of an Architect Podcast Ep. 108: Ask the Show, Fall 2022 Edition

How much drafting does a fully licensed architect do? What is something you learned in the industry that you hadn’t been taught in school? Are you as condescending to your employees as your redlines let on? All this and potentially other hateful questions answered by Bob Borson, AIA, and Andrew Hawkins, AIA, on episode 108 of Life of an Architect. This is Ask the Show, Fall 2022 Edition. 


Life of an Architect Podcast

Life of an Architect Podcast Ep. 107: Design Development

There is a process when working on a residential project when you actually start figuring out what the project will look like in terms of elevations, exterior materials, interior finishes, specialty lighting, cabinetry, plumbing fixtures, etc. This phase of the work is widely referred to as “design development,” which is the focus of our conversation today. Welcome to episode 107 of Life of an Architect podcast: Design Development.



Life of an Architect Podcast

What is interior architecture, and why is it so important?

Architecture is a field with a wide variety of possible pathways and careers. In episode 105 of Life of an Architect, architects Bob Borson, FAIA, Andrew Hawkins, AIA, and Joey Shimoda, FAIA, FIIDA, focus their attention on the closely related field of interior architecture. What is interior architecture, and why is it so important? Get ready to learn all about this branch of design. 

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Bob Borson, FAIA, and Landon Williams are gifted storytellers who use their experiences acquired throughout their architecture careers to inform this podcast, with topics such as “Top Ten Reasons to be an Architect,” "Sketching," and "Inside an Architect’s Office." They engage multiple generations of architects and architectural enthusiasts by sharing personal experiences, professional practice tips, and anecdotes on what it’s like to work with and be an architect. www.lifeofanarchitect.com

Life of an Architect Podcast | Sep 6, 2022

Life of an Architect Podcast Ep. 108: Ask the Show, Fall 2022 Edition

How much drafting does a fully licensed architect do? What is something you learned in the industry that you hadn’t been taught in school? Are you as condescending to your employees as your redlines let on? All this and potentially other hateful questions answered by Bob Borson, AIA, and Andrew Hawkins, AIA, on episode 108 of Life of an Architect. This is Ask the Show, Fall 2022 Edition. 

Life of an Architect Podcast | Sep 6, 2022

Life of an Architect Podcast Ep. 107: Design Development

There is a process when working on a residential project when you actually start figuring out what the project will look like in terms of elevations, exterior materials, interior finishes, specialty lighting, cabinetry, plumbing fixtures, etc. This phase of the work is widely referred to as “design development,” which is the focus of our conversation today. Welcome to episode 107 of Life of an Architect podcast: Design Development.

Life of an Architect Podcast | Aug 8, 2022

Architecture school 101: The must-have supplies for first-year architecture students

Around this time every year, a new crop of potential future architects are about to start their first year of architecture school, and they have questions. What equipment do I need? Drawing supplies? Computer requirements?

Life of an Architect Podcast | Jul 25, 2022

What is interior architecture, and why is it so important?

Architecture is a field with a wide variety of possible pathways and careers. In episode 105 of Life of an Architect, architects Bob Borson, FAIA, Andrew Hawkins, AIA, and Joey Shimoda, FAIA, FIIDA, focus their attention on the closely related field of interior architecture. What is interior architecture, and why is it so important? Get ready to learn all about this branch of design. 

Life of an Architect Podcast | Jul 11, 2022

Life of an Architect podcast: Conventions - The best and worst of times

In this episode of Life of an Architect, Bob Borson, FAIA, and Andrew Hawkins, AIA, discuss the good, the bad, and the ugly of industry conventions and conferences. Special thanks to our episode sponsor: Petersen.

Life of an Architect Podcast | Jun 27, 2022

Architects and the art of being happy

People—including architects—seem to be fairly unhappy at the moment. Life of an Architect's Bob Borson, FAIA, and Andrew Hawkins, AIA, discuss the art of being happy.

Life of an Architect Podcast | Jun 16, 2022

Why architects need to nurture their business development skills

In Episode 102 of Life of an Architect, Bob Borson, FAIA, and Andrew Hawkins, AIA, talk about one of the critical skills that architects need to master in today's business environment: the ability to attract clients.

Life of an Architect Podcast | May 31, 2022

How to create a design process

In episode 101 of Life of an Architect, Bob Borson, FAIA, and Andrew Hawkins, AIA, explore the critical steps to establishing a design process for commercial and residential building projects: discovery, exploration, presentation, modification, execution.

Life of an Architect Podcast | May 16, 2022

The 100th Episode: Life of an Architect

Bob Borson, FAIA, and Andrew Hawkins, AIA, take a minute to recognize the milestones and achievements associated with putting together the Life of an Architect Podcast.

Life of an Architect Podcast | May 2, 2022

Mastering construction drawings

Fundamentally, drawings are at the core of what architects do. They allow architects to have a conversation with clients and colleagues without having to say a single word. But construction drawings are getting harder, say Life of an Architect's Bob Borson, FAIA, and Andrew Hawkins, AIA. Welcome to Episode 99: Construction Drawings.

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