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  • Taking Shape - Life and Design in the Graduate School of Architecture at UIC
    By Eugene Murphy: This blog will document the projects and discourse that come out of UIC's graduate studio, from the perspective of a first year graduate student.
    University of Illinois at Chicago
    Taking Shape
     
  • FIU School of Architecture News - FIU College of Architecture + The Arts
    By Brian Rivera, FIUSOA: The School of Architecture is composed of three closely aligned departments: Architecture, Interior Architecture, and Landscape Architecture. Jointly headed by the three department chairs, the School of Architecture provides a rich and diverse platform for interdisciplinary activities at the curricular and research levels.
    Florida International University
    FIU School of Architecture News
     
  • The Walk - Walk around the sob
    By Tanvi Kulshreshtha: The blog is related to travelling through which architecture is been inspired and accomplished with a new vision. The places which I have been visiting till now and the process through which I have developed myself as an Architect, I have always been associated with blogging as a tool to communicate through my thoughts with the world.
    The Walk
     
  • 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
     
  • BuildingSatire - Too Much Architectural BS
    By BuildingSatire: BuildingSatire is a blog consisting of architectural satire, cynicism, and humor to alleviate the tension and pretension in professional architecture.

    we also have a twitter. whatup.
    BuildingSatire
     
  • From Retrospective to Retroactive - MArch research into book and beyond
    By Christopher Perrodin, Christopher Perrodin: I will chronicle my design research and degree project, providing commentary on my thought process at the time. From there, I will transform the body of work into a book which seeks to place into dialogue the two (currently) separated semesters of work.
    From Retrospective to Retroactive
     
  • Visual Communication & Design Thinking - A glimpse into the UMSOA through my eyes.
    By Joachim Perez: This blog gives a sneak peak into the architecture world at the University of Miami. What began as an experiment following one group of incoming graduate students through their first semester of design, has morphed into a window of the school of architecture through this professor's eyes. I will try to post as often as possible.
    University of Miami
    Visual Communication & Design Thinking
     
  • PLAY-TIME - Architectonic Image Worldwide
    By Play-Time Webmaster: PLAY-TIME consists entirely of architects with an extended career in the fields of photography, graphic design and audiovisual.

    The image that communicates is the one that persists on memory.

    Light, shadow, texture and color are the tools PLAY-TIME combines to communicate through and image the values of architecture.

    We avoid the realistic image to approach to photography with intention.
    Play-Time
    PLAY-TIME
     
  • Thinking About Architecture by Larry Speck
    By lawrencewspeck: Although it may sound cliched, I live, eat and breathe architecture. I’m currently a principal in the architectural firm of PageSoutherlandPage and a professor, as well as the former dean, in the School of Architecture at the University of Texas at Austin. My teaching and my blog are aimed at educating people on the importance of great architecture in contemporary American culture.
    Thinking About Architecture by Larry Speck
     
  • Design Manifestos - Feature Interviews with Architects & Designers from Around the World
    By Eli Laipson: At Modelo we want to know what drives the world’s design and architecture talent. This is why we invite select architects and designers to share their stories, philosophies, visions and favorite works with the public — their manifestos.

    For more information on how we're working to change the architecture and design world at Modelo please visit us at: www.modelo.io.

    MODELO
    Design Manifestos
     
  • The Architect's Guide - Guide To Your Dream Job In Architecture
    By Brandon Hubbard: I have been fortunate to work for several world-renowned architecture firms around the world from London to San Francisco. After the downturn in 2008 I began to mentor many aspiring and practicing architects on job searches, applications, portfolios and interviews.

    Brandon H.
    The Architect's Guide
     
  • Architect of the Young - A Professional Narrative
    By Vincent DeFazio: As architecture continues to lose members, it's ever-important to empower and give voices to those young designers in the field. This blog does exactly just that, seeking a powerful young voice among those with many more years in the profession.
    Architect of the Young
     
  • The University of Tokyo: Advanced Design Studies (T_ADS)
    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
    The University of Tokyo: Advanced Design Studies (T_ADS)
     
  • UX Architect - User Experience, Interaction Design and Architecture
    By Ronan Kenny: Navigating the overlap of our virtual and physical environment.
    UX Architect
     
  • Cal Poly Pomona (Nicole)
    By Nicole Doan: Initially, I was going to name this blog "Architecture Will Kill You", but I thought better of it.

    Welcome to my five-year journey in undergraduate architecture school.
    California State Polytechnic University, Pomona
    Cal Poly Pomona (Nicole)
     
  • Light - As we See it! - #HealthyLightingDesigns
    By Pon Kumaresh: This blog would attempt to cover basic design factors typically considered in lighting design.

    In 1998, i was asked about the material of the filament inside the incandescent bulb, for which i did not have a clue, at that time. I am an engineer and i have the aptitude to learn the subject is what i told the interviewer and surprisingly, got into the lighting industry!

    Perhaps it is that shameful ignorance that gave me a voracious appetite to proactively seek, learn and understand lighting.
    Lightvolumes Lighting Designers
    Light - As we See it!
     
  • Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture (ACSA) - News, events, and conversations about architectural education in North America and beyond.
    By ACSA National, Michael Monti, Lian Chikako Chang, Pascale Vonier: The Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture is a nonprofit membership organization, founded in 1912 to advance the quality of architectural education. Our members are over 250 schools, including all accredited programs in the USA and Canada, schools seeking accreditation, and non-accredited and international programs--representing over 40,000 architecture faculty and students.
    Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture (ACSA)
     
  • Rothko Chapel - The History and the Design Interpretations
    By ykevin98: I will be discussing about the Rothko Chapel and the design concepts of the building design. It will be a discussion about Rothko's intentional ideas of the kind of layout the Rothko Chapel has. I will also be describing the relationship between Rothko's paintings and the Chapel itself.
    University of Houston
    Rothko Chapel
     
  • School of Architecture and Urban Planning/UWMilwaukee - Vignettes of life at SARUP
    By NBouchard: Each semester, SARUP turns into a beehive of creative activity, with the collective energy of students and faculty resulting in projects and presentations that excite and intrigue, as they generate enquiry into the disciplines of architecture and urban planning. This blog is an attempt to give a glimpse of our life.
    University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
    School of Architecture and Urban Planning/UWMilwaukee
     
  • Taubman College - University of Michigan
    By kbretzius, dtran125, Rubin Quarcoopome: Sharing insights from Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning at the University of Michigan.
    University of Michigan
    Taubman College
     
  • Modern Architectural Photography - Musings Photographic
    By Jeremy Segal: A place to inform, discuss and display current architectural photography and to connect with lovers of digital photography and design. Showcase architects and their work through the display of skilfully crafted, beautifully artistic photography. Discuss and exchange ideas on photographic trends and techniques as they pertain to the architectural industry.
    Modern Architectural Photography
     
  • Visiting Critic
    By jpastva: Visiting Critic is a continuing series of thought provoking observations from architectural insider Jeffrey Pastva - Editor in Chief at YAF Connection, Communications Director for the AIA National Young Architects Forum and a Project Architect at JDavis in Philadelphia. His critical eye will cover everything from the state of architectural education to the future fate of the profession. Expect ideas in your inbox bi-weekly.
    Visiting Critic
     
  • 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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