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  • Creations and Analysis Out of Boredom
    By Chris_Teeter: Boredom as a result of too much to do.  Too much professional practice architecture.  Too much reality.
    Creations and Analysis Out of Boredom
     
  • Another Architecture - by Mitch McEwen
    By Mitch McEwen: This blog started with research, theory topics, travel and architecture discoveries during my fellowship at Akademie Schloss Solitude in Stuttgart, Germany. It continues, somewhat sporadically, with my relocation to Detroit as an Assistant Professor at University of Michigan. The blog spans architecture, urban design, planning, and tangents from these.
    Another Architecture
     
  • Architectstasy - Architectural Criticism
    By Jessica A.S. Letaw: Architectstasy is a resource for the current, past, and projected built environments of Ann Arbor, SE Michigan, the U.S., and occasionally the world. Jessica A.S. Letaw and invited critics present critical readings of the city's trajectories that are situated within architectural discourse as well as news that is pertinent to residents and citizens.
    Architectstasy
     
  • Architectural Ellipsis - ... Intern Architect ...
    By Everyday Intern: An ellipsis [...] is used to signal an omission, an unfinished thought, aposiopesis, or brief awkward silence. Architectural ellipses are those aspects of the profession we (perhaps intentionally) omit, gloss over, or let dwindle in silence.

    Generally applied this blog should encompass many aspects of the profession. Yet, as an intern architect I'll focus primarily on the architectural ellipses that occur in the internship process.
    Architectural Ellipsis
     
  • University of Tennessee, Knoxville - Interior Design 420 - Interior Design Internship
    By Tim Dolan, hstarnes, pterry3, rmingle1: This will be the community Blog for IDS 420 Summer 2016. Students will post their responses to weekly Journal Assignments here as well as view posts/comments from other participants.
    The University of Tennessee - Knoxville
     University of Tennessee, Knoxville - Interior Design 420
     
  • New York Institute of Technology (Max)
     
  • Waterloo School of Architecture (Erica)
     
  • Adventures in Squareland - travels and work around the world
    By Alec Perkins: Urban and architectural explorations from Mexico City to Stuttgart Germany through the eyes of a iterant architectural designer
    Adventures in Squareland
     
  • Elemental Urbanism
    By James Pereira: I often wonder if all cities should be shaped like Rome; a city that is enourmous yet walkable with all paths leading to monumental icons. Many major cities now look as merely a cemetery of parts; buildings, gridded streets, and parks creating a cityscape of cluster. Even an individual apartment building can be looked at similarly to a microscopic level. This is due to evolution, program, and constraints which alltogether create elements that limit possibility.
    Elemental Urbanism
     
  • The University of Tokyo (Christopher) - G30 Architecture & Urbanism - Obuchi Lab
    By Sjobey: The G30 is an English language, architecture and urbanism course offered through the University of Tokyo for foreign students. Led by former AA Design Research Lab Co-Director, Associate Professor Yusuke Obuchi, the program seeks to collaboratively advance architectural and urban design research through the symbiosis of digital technologies and material development.
    University of Tokyo, G30 Architecture and Urbanism
    The University of Tokyo (Christopher)
     
  • Cranbrook Academy of Art (Doug Johnston)
     
  • Design Haus
    By Designhaus Architecture: This blog would pertain to more of what architecture and design is and how it's slowly changing. There are also professional ways on what design is, and how to achieve and accomplish these things such as how one can make their building more attractive. I'll share my content about how architecture has taken a step into the abstract, as more architects try to steer away from the normal to step outside the box.
    Designhaus Architecture
    Design Haus
     
  • on behalf of Olaf Design Ninja - interviews with random thoughts and assemblies of experiences
    By Olaf Design Ninja_: The following blogs are Interviews performed in the years of 13/14 with a man full of random thoughts and legendary type of architectural experiences. Olaf is his real first name. I knew his son Tom from my studies at University of Kansas and randomly ran into Tom in 2012 in NYC. We reminisced about all the great stories Tom had told me about his immigrant architect father. Given my boredom with the profession I requested an interview with this now insane man. Archifiction.
    on behalf of Olaf Design Ninja
     
  • Density - Finding solution for a massive problem.
    By Ricardo Amaya: Rapid world growth and urbanization is not allowing cities to adapt and provide for their inhabitants. Towns are quickly growing into cities, and some of the densest places in the world are comprised of makeshift homes, otherwise referred to as slums. Furthermore, already overcrowded cities have to absorb people leaving their rural hometown in hope of job opportunities. There are currently over 1 billion slum dwellers in the world. This number is expected to reach 2 billion by the year 2030.
    Density
     
  • University of Tennessee CoAD = MLA Student | Cameron Rodman - All things Landscape.
    By CameronRRodman: I currently maintain a blog which features monthly firm interviews about their firm and specific projects in the Knoxville or near Knoxville area. Readers can also find information on photography, current trends in representation, or even social equality issues.
    The University of Tennessee - Knoxville
    University of Tennessee CoAD = MLA Student | Cameron Rodman
     
  • AIAS UNM Chapter - Why UNM SA+P?
    By AIAS: Want to know if UNM SA+P is the right school for you? Stay tuned as the 2016-2017 UNM AIAS board delves into what life is like within and beyond the walls of the University of New Mexico's School of Architecture and Planning. From the greater Southwest to our own studio culture and family, this blog series will highlight just some of what makes the UNM SA+P experience so unique.
    The University of New Mexico
    AIAS UNM Chapter
     
  • Knowlton School - The Ohio State University
    By KnowltonOSU, Meredith Garda, onetwelveksa, Luke Dougal, kaleyoverstreet: This blog will be a feeder for recent news, events and student work occurring at the Knowlton School at The Ohio State University. Posts will typically center around updates from the school's lecture series, exciting projects from recent student reviews and updates from other school events.
    The Ohio State University
    Knowlton School - The Ohio State University
     
  • Advanced Design Studies, The University of Tokyo
    By Tokyo University T_ADS: Founded in 2014, T_ADS was established to contribute and enhance the state-of-the-art architectural design education, and cultivate architectural culture in Japan. Going beyond the legacy of Japanese pedagogy in which individual laboratories conduct their respective researches, T_ADS is composed of multiple interdisciplinary labo-platforms; each with concentration on a specific aspect of various themes arising from the society where globalism and regionalism coexist.
    The University of Tokyo
    Advanced Design Studies, The University of Tokyo
     
  • Insane Cities - Misunderstanding everything about this place...
    By adityaghosh13: There is a firm discourse, opinion and even a strange complacence about our knowledge of the city, people, space and time. Labels abound; traditionalist, modernist, building, design, blog.
    What if critique or opinions are pointless because of a clear disdain for objectivity. How would I describe the world around me if I countered every POV with a logical argument?
    The blog will be a glimpse into everyday practices, with a strong bias towards un-designing urban-scape.
    Insane Cities
     
  • The Socratic Method - Questioning Our Assumptions About Design
    By Sean Joyner: This blog explores ideas about design and how it relates to our lives through research and critical thinking. As the title suggests this will be a platform to present thought provoking ideas intended for further discussion.
    The Socratic Method
     
  • University of Oregon Department of Architecture
     




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