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A Stunning Open House for Architects

Jul 12, 2013 | By Steven Burns, FAIA | 1 Comment

Topics: Project Management

I just confirmed that my neighbor, hands down, has the coolest house in town. While I always knew that it must be awesome from its striking exterior, when I finally got a tour of it…OMG! I didn't want to ever leave. Each room was carefully designed to exploit the magnificent views. Every surface was a material that you just had to touch. Yet the palette was subtle and simple. The details were so perfectly designed that I, who prides myself in finding the mistakes, couldn't find one.

After my neighbor finally kicked me out, I returned to my own home, which now looked drab and uninteresting. After seeing how beautiful things could be, I knew that I finally had to get around to making my own home better. Time to renovate.

This little event reminded me that you might not know that we invite everyone to our own open house of ArchiOffice every week. We love showing off how beautiful ArchiOffice is and how much pleasure you can get from touching the screens and viewing the information that reveals the truth about your projects and business.

Sign up for a walk-thru here.

ArchiOffice's stunning look:

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About the Author: Steven Burns, FAIA, spent 14 years managing his firm Burns + Beyerl Architects. After creating ArchiOffice®, the intelligent office, project management and time tracking solution for architectural firms, Steve brought his management expertise to BQE Software, where he is perfecting the business strategy and product development.

 

 

 

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Steven Burns, FAIA

Steven Burns, FAIA, spent 14 years managing his firm Burns + Beyerl Architects. After creating ArchiOffice®, the smart office and project management solution for architectural firms, Steve brought his management expertise to BQE Software, where he is perfecting the business strategy and product development.

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