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  • Ampdesign - Architecture + Art + Design
    By Ampdesign: Ampdesign is an Architecture + Art + Design firm founded by Andrew P. Matt. Experimentation, intellectual curiosity and experience are at the core of all work at Ampdesign.
    Ampdesign
     
  • University of Oregon Department of Architecture
     
  • 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
     
  • Advanced Design Studies - The University of Tokyo - Chronicling work, research and life in Kantō
    By ha_ch, Kevin Clement: A student blog dedicated to ongoing happenings in and outside the Advanced Design Studies Program at the University of Tokyo.
    University of Tokyo, G30 Architecture and Urbanism
    Advanced Design Studies - The University of Tokyo
     
  • Newton's Notes
    By Sharp-Newton: Architecture, Design, Humanity.
    NK Architects
    Newton's Notes
     
  • Architectural Ellipsis - ... Intern Architect ...
    By Everyday Architect, 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
     
  • off-NARRATIVES: - Off-Modern Detours in Architecture and Thought
    By Patrick McAndrews: off-NARRATIVES: is a space for the exploration of detours in architecture and design discourse. The blog's inception is in alignment with the "off-modern" perspective; drawing from the works and teachings of the Svetlana Boym among other writers and thinkers in the 20th and 21st centuries. off-NARRATIVES: seeks to contribute to contemporary architectural discourse through observations, essays, book reviews, serial narratives, and other works of original research and theory.
    off-NARRATIVES:
     
  • ArchViz - Architecture Visualization, Conceptual Design, Collective Experience
    By hanafi muhamads: The entire unfolding of the plot is a philosophical exploration of all the consequences of that idea – art, architecture and design

    It will start with this, as well as spreading my ideas and exploration in design. the blog will slowly be filled as my career goes on till the day i becoming professional architect
    MARA University of Technology
    ArchViz
     
  • Live Blog - AIA 2013 Spring Conference "Regional Modernism"
     
  • Sleepless in Shenzhen - Everything Minded
    By Orhan Ayyüce: Archinect Senior Editor Orhan Ayyuce is blogging his thoughts, impressions and provocations.
    Architecture, Orhan Ayyüce, AIA
    Sleepless in Shenzhen
     
  • The Vacuum - Architecture and Criticism
    By RUBEN CABANILLAS RAMOS: Go through your favorites architectural daily sources, pass the vacuum, open the Vacuum Bag and voila! we will have enough provocative material to start political, cultural, philosophical and sustainable discussion regarding postmodernism trends in architecture terminology. A several blog entries that will try to filter some current overrated architectural terminologies such as Public Space,or the most common: Green Strategies.
    The Vacuum
     
  • Sci-ARC, Making+Meaning (Brian Ha)
     
  • Greener Grass - Exploring the black box of real estate
    By amlocke: Greener Grass documents the lessons and experiences learned as a former architecture student studying real estate at the Harvard Graduate School of Design. It seeks to share real-time insight into the industry, forging a better understanding for architects about what makes the project tick.
    Harvard University
    Greener Grass
     
  • China Builds - Mainland China's only English MArch program
    By Martijn de Geus, EPMA Program, KateMontry, Reva Watson: In the School of Architecture, the English Program for Master Architecture (EPMA) provides an accredited post-professional program in integrated architectural design. It combines a global network with local implementation. The program is focused on the construction of the human habitat in China, and the application of advanced building technologies.
    Tsinghua University
    China Builds
     
  • Nightmare job - working for a Diva/o
    By ohhh_architecture: Needing to vent? and maybe get some outside perspective...I sure do. And yes, one should be grateful to have a job! (but at a sweatshop?)

    Disclaimer: My first blog, will not respond to hurtful/negative remarks, will delete if I can, might answer some questions....will not disclose personal or professional details,....we are all learning this game...different strokes for different folks, be nice =)

    These post are intended to reflect on recent experiences, and hopefully gain some insight
    Nightmare job
     
  • 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
     
  • Waterloo School of Architecture (Erica)
     
  • 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)
     
  • 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
     




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