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  • Architectstasy: Ann Arbor - Gown to Town
    By Jessica A.S. Letaw: In the dual interests of strengthening my professional writing and refining my critical analysis skills, I write about the current, past, and projected built environment of Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA. The town is home to the University of Michigan, where I graduated with a Master of Architecture degree. I hope to present both facts as well as critical readings of the city's trajectories of work and theory in ways that are sited in architectural discourse as well as interesting to residents.
    Architectstasy: Ann Arbor
     
  • A Wild Cadence - Design Discovery on Two Wheels and Steel
    By Matthew Geldin: Living measures across the landscapes of Earth, rolling along the asphalt incision of world wilderness. Exploring the diversity of global urbanism from the ground. An intimately personal inquiry of lifestyle and limits, architecture and agriculture, organization and entropy, climate and cosmos.

    Point of embarcation: Los Angeles, California.
    First Destination: Chiang Mai, Thailand.
    Final Destination: Unknown.

    "I have no special talent, I am only passionately curious." _Einstein
    A Wild Cadence
     
  • Malibu Architecture + Design - Perspectives on design from a Malibu Architect
    By Lester Tobias: A blog on architectural design, and thoughts and ideas on the process of design, from the unique perspective of a Malibu architect, who must deal with severely restrictive zoning codes.
    Tobias Architecture
    Malibu Architecture + Design
     
  • Solar Decathlon Competition 2013 - SCI-Arc/Caltech Team - D.A.L.E. (Dynamic Augmented Living Environment) Project
    By Nicole Violani, Paige Chambers: The Solar Decathlon Competition is a biennial competition sponsored by the U.S. Department of Solar Energy where 20 schools from around the world compete in designing and building a net zero prototype home.
    The SCI-Arc/Caltech team proposes D.A.L.E. (Dynamic Augmented Living Environment), a 600sf micro-home that literally moves on rails, expanding to create a mid-yard and multiplying the inhabitable space.
    For more information on DALE, please view: http://vimeo.com/57032793
    Southern California Institute of Architecture (SCI-Arc)
    Solar Decathlon Competition 2013 - SCI-Arc/Caltech Team
     
  • Domenique Mora - Design Through The Eyes Of An Interior Architectural Designer
    By Domenique Mora: I love the connection between interior design, graphics, photography, landscape design and architecture in the way that brings spaces to life when these design disciplines are executed in concert with one another. I love the experience of travel, and amazing spaces around the world. There is glamour and a pulse about Interior design that creates creative energy for me. It’s the blend of luxury, travel, fashion, branding and place-making that is new in every project.
    Domenique Mora
     
  • Live Blog - AIA 2013 Spring Conference "Regional Modernism"
     
  • Modern Architecture
    By AwesomeArchitecture: Modern Architecture is a daily source to discover latest in world of Architecture and Interior Design.
    Modern Architecture
     
  • Sense of Space - Interior Design and Management company
    By Victoria Stepanov, Assoc. IIDA: In this blog I will be writing about my past and present projects accenting any details I find interesting
    Sense of Space
     
  • Cedar Sketch book - Demystifying Architecture and the Design Process
    By Kelvin Bwamu: To show the ideal Architectural design process from sketch work to the finished product with aim of educating people of the role of an Architect
    Architecture by Cedar
    Cedar Sketch book
     
  • seamless - my journey towards an integrated approach to design
    By dawn m trimble: Comprehensive design at its best can be quite a sensual experience – calling attention to sight, sound and touch. I believe the best designers are generalists and agile in their approach to design. At the same time, they are connoisseurs of things that are of particular interest to them. seamless is a blog intended to document my investigation towards the type of practice I want to build: a practice where the lines of architecture and interior design are blurred or, shall I say it? seamless..
    seamless
     
  • Brutal Me
    By Jesse Anderson: Mainly a brutalist architecture blog but also a outlet and petri dish for my bottled up architectural thoughts
    Brutal Me
     
  • No Master - A peer driven "Master's Degree" study program.
    By Christine Pierron: No Master is a concept for a peer driven study program aiming to capture the benefits of an accredited master’s program without the school. Aimed at working architects and design professionals who wish to develop their professional growth.

    No Master - play on words:
    1 Architects (master builders) without a master’s degree.
    2 No school or teachers but but a peer review process, no masters just students
    3 Ronin - masterless samurai, term for a secondary school graduate not admitted to university.
    No Master
     
  • Thesis Year - Inverting the Host/ Guest Relationship
    By Darian Mason: A blog for an on going MArch Thesis Student
    Thesis is now in progress. This Blog will track the advancement through the program and record the many iterations that it takes to arrive at the final solution.
    My thesis is concerning how architecture can adapt to immigrant cultures and the current mixing of world cultures.
    It will be a fun ride!
    Thesis Year
     
  • MArch to the beat
     
  • Knowlton School of Architecture, Antoinette - Adventures from Architecture Grad School
    By adbelson: I am a graduate student at the Knowlton School of Architecture at The Ohio State University. My studies are a blend of theoretical and conceptual design with an emphasis on human spatial experience.

    In this blog I will attempt to provide an in depth look at what it is like to be a graduate student at Knowlton School of Architecture. In addition, I will share insight on life as an M.Arch Grad Student in Columbus in their 20 somethings.
    The Ohio State University
    Knowlton School of Architecture, Antoinette
     
  • spatial awareness
    By Oakhay: the relationships between objects in space, the adjacency of one object to another, transitions from space to space, the dynamics or contrasts between materials, the human scale of built environments, the creation of open or closed boundaries, etc. etc. etc. . .
    spatial awareness
     
  • Bon Voyage - Switzerland - Spain - Portugal - France - Germany - Greece - HK - Argentina
    By Freda Weng Chu: I am a MArch student from Washington University in St. Louis, I am currently studying abroad in Barcelona, Spain for 2 months and then I will be abroad for another 4 months in Buenos Aires, Argentina. I would like to share my traveling and learning experience in Europe and Argentina with others.
    Bon Voyage
     
  • University Of Houston - UH COA (Dawit)
     
  • Indo Inquisition - 13 weeks in India
    By amlocke: An Indo Inquisition is a thirteen-week train expedition across India. The journey will document the influences of international modernism and British occupation, as well as compare the effects of wealth accumulation, culture, religion, and poverty with economic growth and their effect on the built environment.
    Indo Inquisition
     
  • Woodbury University (Henry)
     
  • The Contact Patch - Where the Rubber Meets the Road
    By gwharton: Practical theory and theory of practice in design.
    The Contact Patch
     
  • The Dirty South - Masters' Studio with Jennifer Bonner
    By Freya Schlemmer, cosmith: An investigation into Atlanta's offbeat landmarks and attractions.
    Georgia Institute of Technology
    The Dirty South
     
  • Kuala Lumpur Mega Malls
    By tonystefan: photographic documentation of urban mega-hybrids in a contemporary asian capital
    Antony Stefan Architect, PLLC
    Kuala Lumpur Mega Malls
     




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