Archinect
The A+D blogging platform with a built-in audience.
  • ×Search in:

  • BloggyMary - Finally a blog for architecture students
    By Polms: BloggyMary is held each year by 5 different master degree students of the architecture School of Versailles, France.

    We are posting daily OUR selection of fresh architecture news but we are also bringing out for you: internships that are worth trying, suitable competitions for students and reviews on Parisian exhibition. As often as we can, we'll also post an in-depth article dedicated to a subject that matters nowdays.

    www.bloggymary.fr / www.fb.com/bloggymary.fr
    Ecole Nationale Supérieure d'Architecture de Versailles
    BloggyMary
     
  • At Grade - Full Scale Fabrication Authored by John Kerner and Justin Wang
    By jjkerner: Iowa State University Bachelor of Architecture, Professional Program. Option Studio, Spring 2013. Critic: Peter Goche. The recording of work being executed by Justin Wang and John Kerner. The site of inquiry takes place at Black's Heritage Farm, south of Ames, Iowa. The semester work will be focused on the re-appropriation of a space originally constructed for the drying of corn. Spatial hypothesis will be tested at grade, in full scale.
    Iowa State University
    At Grade
     
  • Advancing Sustainability Symposium 2012 - The Ailing Heart of the Urbanscape: Its Causes and Cures
    By AS Symposium: After a highly successful Advancing Sustainability: Business + Design Symposium in October of 2011, students from Woodbury University have gathered once again in order to prepare their second annual event. The topic of this year focuses on the "cardiovascular system" of a city—its infrastructure. The discussion will investigate how various infrastructures—perform, exchange, and are incorporated into the natural environment.
    Advancing Sustainability Symposium 2012
     
  • Photography
    By Anton Romashov: Capturing architecture on a film camera
    Photography
     
  • Modern Architecture
    By AwesomeArchitecture: Modern Architecture is a daily source to discover latest in world of Architecture and Interior Design.
    Modern Architecture
     
  • 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
     
  • Speranta-Octavia Maior DESIGN WORK - ideas, competitions, projects
    By Speranta-Octavia Maior: in 2001, archinect website hosted an ideas competition for how communication devices will change in the future and it specifically asked what will become of the telephone booth. My late friend and colleague David Rhoese and myself under the designer name Speranza Octavia participated and we won second prize. I would like to post our concept here for further dissemination and to see if this ideas will take on a second life, as well as other ideas and portfolio projects.
    Speranta-Octavia Maior DESIGN WORK
     
  • Coffee and Blueprints
    By Hajir Alttahir: Architecture and urbanism ramblings from an over-caffeinated postgrad.
    Coffee and Blueprints
     
  • Arid Lands Institute - Critiques Pinups Lectures Events
    By Jeremy Delgado: Coverage of the critiques, pinups, lectures, and events hosted by the Arid Lands Institute. Its an inside look at the events you could not make it to and a peek at works in progress.
    Arid Lands Institute
    Arid Lands Institute
     
  • University of Western Australia - Touching the Void
    By DonnaT: A representation from Western Australia and the journey of Architectural study. Focusing on the design and teaching areas involved in the newly structured Architecture degree, the opportunities available in one of the most remote cities in the world and the creation of a blog which encourages global students to explore trends, designs and importantly get feedback, invaluable knowledge and critique as we travel on the architecture journey in today's world.
    University of Western Australia
    University of Western Australia
     
  • Wentworth Institute of Technology
    By Liem Than: This blog will be used to post various entries about the Wentworth lecture series, the Wentworth Architecture Review magazine, and other entries related to architecture.
    Wentworth Institute of Technology
    Wentworth Institute of Technology
     
  • DexLab - Let's plug in.
    By pwang/DexLab, Luyan Shen, Yake Wang, Kanqi Zhu: "Re Activate" Blog is a container which can hold various events\designs simultaneously. So my goal is to create the framework to plug in cells to re activate this urban device.
    Lawrence Technological University
    DexLab
     
  • SAID Happenings - A recap of events at UC's School of Architecture and Interior Design
    By DAAP-SAID: This blog will provide a recap of events - lectures, gallery openings, major reviews, etc. - at the University of Cincinnati's School of Architecture and Interior Design. Most entries are written by graduate assistants at SAID; other authors will be noted by post.
    University of Cincinnati
    SAID Happenings
     
  • Odessa Institute of Architecture & Fine Arts - unofficial blog
    By Kyrylo Verbych: This blog spotlights a tendency in architectural education in Odessa and in others fields of architectural space of Odessa. (Ukraine)
    Odessa Institute of Architecture & Fine Arts
     
  • For The Time Being - An Architectural Sound Trilogy
    By Mary Edwards: For The Time Being, a sound installation, reflects the conflict of desire and uncertainty that seems to simultaneously haunt intimate (if sometimes interim) spaces, each drawing on the relationship we have with temporality, where the anticipation of travel or movement often overshadows the destinantion. It signifies the essence and impermanence of nature and architecture, evoking both absence and presence through sound.
    For The Time Being
     
  • Ramble On - the nonsense that goes on in my head.
    By Chris Doherty: This is just an attempt to aid my memory by concretizing (I think that's a word?) my thoughts/ideas, since I have a memory like Teflon.
    Ramble On
     
  • Ecopicality - The evaluated truth of the psycho with the eco:::
    By debox: Biocities - might be our only hope. Correction, surely; it is our only hope – improved by the cultural sensitivities of simple ecopicality and supporting ecopical ecological principles.

    There is a psyche thing with this. You are very likely to have a plastic switch in a wall near you at the moment; to make an electricity flow. The flick of a switch is a reminder of industry, invention - capacities generally beyond the individual or small community. It is also a bread and butter thing - a r
    Ecopicality
     
  • Aspire, Inspire, Educate - thoughts on early childhood learning environments
    By dena eaton: Our team of Thought Leaders at Wight & Company is highly experienced and dedicated to designing educational facilities that exceed expectations. We hope that our research and white papers lead others to have aspirations and inspirations to design the best possible environments for early childhood education. In this blog we would like to share our projects, sketches and thoughts on where ECL has come and where it is going and receive inspiration from our readers.
    Wight & Company
    Aspire, Inspire, Educate
     
  • Allied Studio 2012 - Cross-Disciplinary Design at the School of Constructed Environments
    By alliedstudio: This blog details the semester-long work of the Allied Studio, a cross-disciplinary effort of the MFA programs in Lighting Design, Interior Design, and the Master of Architecture program at the School of Constructed Environments in New York City. For the fall term students are re-visioning the Harlem School of the Arts in Manhattan, a pioneer of childhood education in the fields of music, dance, theater, and the visual arts.
    Parsons The New School for Design
    Allied Studio 2012
     
  • SLVK: work in progress! - current projects + old projects and how r they aging + academy work
    By slvk: Talks about our projects (old and new) at SLVK, construction advances,drawings and our students works at the university architectural lab....
    SLVK
    SLVK: work in progress!
     
  • M.Arch in a strange land - Musings on the successes and failures of a graduate architecture student.
    By Ryan Panos: A week by week journal of the ups and downs of getting through a master of architecture program in Vancouver Canada.

    The University of British Columbia
    M.Arch in a strange land
     
  • City of Glass - #Vancouverproblems
    By Ekaterina Dovjenko: Vancouver, the City of Glass. It’s a city of shinning skyscrapers and cardboard homes: a city of spectacular natural beauty, crushing rain, award winning livability and a frightening income gap.

    It’s a city of contradiction—and it’s growing.

    This blog will follow Vancouver through its coming of age. It will highlight the city’s search for new forms, its attempts at new urbanism, and its struggles and moments of success within the world of architecture, planning and design.
    City of Glass
     
  • Design Sensation - design comes to life
    By Chris Mowen: a look at design's inspiring encounters
    Design Sensation
     
  • ArchiKatze - Architecture talks.
    By luluisacat: A record of my study on architecture at university, including my learning experience, articles and pictures of my works, my feelings about architecture and great architects, and things I would like to share in my study life.
    Tongji University
    ArchiKatze
     




Latest Activity in the Blogs

Please wait... loading