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

Life of an Architect Podcast

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

By Bob Borson, FAIA | July 11, 2022

Depending on your age, sooner or later you will end up at one convention or another. For some people, this is a yearly migration full of can’t-miss opportunities. For others, it’s three days of questionable decisions and most likely, a lot of fun. 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.

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