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  • Earth Architecture
    By Adriana Duran G: This blog will present earthen construction around the world with some specifics examples of projects that I had the chance to participated with different communities in several places.
    Earth Architecture
     
  • MARC Architecture - Topics in design and architecture
    By marcarch: My initial blog entries will be historical and current trends in winery design, with special emphasis in Arizona wineries to include environmental appropriate solutions that satisfy stylistic preferences of clients.
    marc architecture
    MARC Architecture
     
  • University of Oregon Department of Architecture
     
  • Interface. Theory and praxis in architecture.
     
  • The New Solar Architecture
     
  • AA Visiting School Dubai - Expocity2020
    By AAVS Dubai: AA Visiting School Dubai intends to examine the cultural and ecological fabric of the United Arab Emirates, as a precedent to generating a series of pavilions that would represent the candidate hosting country of the upcoming expo. The process involves breaking away from the cliché of dismissing Dubai as a ‘collage city’ with no cultural or urban identity, going beyond that to formalise a novel archetype that speaks of what is it that makes Dubai a key global player in today’s contemporary world
    Architectural Association School of Architecture (AA)
    AA Visiting School Dubai
     
  • Updated
    By Francesca Assemi:
    Updated
     
  • Cal Poly Pomona (Noam)
    By Noam Saragosti: Apropos thoughts about incidents and happenings in and around the Cal Poly Pomona Architecture program.
    California State Polytechnic University, Pomona
    Cal Poly Pomona (Noam)
     
  • 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
     
  • AA Visiting School - Project KOREA - Emergent Corporate Territories
    By Costantino: The A.A.V.S. Seoul is a two week summer workshop focusing on the realm of corporate architecture.

    Taking as a given the dominant form of the typical plan, the deus-ex-machina of architectural solutions, we seek to challenge the in-discriminant sprawl of towers, strictly vertically. Each student will propose a full bleed curtain-wall facade system informed by economic and technological drivers as well as your personal critique of corporate aesthetics and your architectural fetishes.
    Architectural Association School of Architecture (AA)
    AA Visiting School - Project KOREA
     
  • tacos at dawn - travels and work around the world
    By Alec Perkins: This is a blog which focuses on my observations of an urban and architectural nature of the cities which I live in, work in, and visit.
    tacos at dawn
     
  • Clemson Architecture
    By Peter Laurence: Clemson Architecture events, reviews, and news.
    Clemson University
    Clemson Architecture
     
  • NOW Studio: The New Academy - Aalto-Carleton Joint Studies Program for Architecture and Urbanism
    By BenC: An on-going documentation of the work happening in Carleton University's semester-long work for the Directed Studio Abroad to Helsinki, Finland in the joint studies program with Aalto University. January-April 2014.
    Carleton University
    NOW Studio: The New Academy
     
  • the DESIGN MOTIV[AT]E project [...] - A blog of random ellipsis...
    By Brandon Featherstone: The idea of the use of ellipsis emerges from the corresponding use in language, defined as [...] "the act of leaving out one or more words that are not necessary for a phrase to be understood," leaving the potential for an open-ended continuation or discussion of any said topic...The use of the ellipsis can be used at the begging of a phrase, whether it be for a sudden leap from one topic to another, or picking up where the last one left off...this is the idea of the Design Motiv[at]e Project.
    the DESIGN MOTIV[AT]E project [...]
     
  • Professional Δ Academia - Exploring the interstitial space between the professional and academic realms
    By Commix: There is a definite divide between the professional and academic realms of architecture. This blog is an exploration in how each paradigm could be used to inform the other. The commentary is based on my own experience at small firms and the dialog I've had with students, firm principles, contractors, fabricators, and faculty in a major metro area on the East Coast of the United States.
    Professional Δ Academia
     
  • 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
     
  • NYC Architecture in Decay - Progressive Architectural Decay
    By jfbautista: Since the 1970s, 1980s, 1990s, 2000s, 2010s and beyond, urban decay has been associated with Western cities, especially in North America, South America and some parts of Europe. Since then, major structural changes in global economies, transportation, and government policies created the economic and then the social conditions resulting in Progressive Urban Decay.

    Here I'll highlight the Architectural Decay of New York City the way I see it.
    NYC Architecture in Decay
     
  • China Architecture Blog - Everything you ever wanted to know about architecture and landscape design in China
    By Leedscape: Updates about new landscape/architectural projects in Mainland China, industry news and events; info about Chinese design conferences, competitions, and seminars.

    Also: advice about living and working as an architect/designer in Mainland China, plus tips and info about applying for Chinese jobs.

    This is the Archinect version of our blog. Please visit our main blog at www.chinarchblog.com
    Leedscape Design
    China Architecture Blog
     
  • Brendan Callander UBC
    By Brendan Callander: M.ARCH Student at the University of British Columbia, Vancouver Canada.
    The University of British Columbia
    Brendan Callander UBC
     
  • The Soft City - Architecture's Public?
    By Matthew Rust: The purpose of The Soft City is to question the motives and ideology behind our urban spaces. As urban users, we are active elements within a city. We have the ability to shape the city surrounding us. Consequently the environment around us offers resistance to our interactions and reshapes us in turn. This continuous moulding and reshaping of people and space is directly reflected in our societies.

    This relationship will help form the key theme for the blog; who is architecture's public?
    University of East London
    The Soft City
     
  • UX Architect - User Experience, Interaction Design and Architecture
    By Ronan Kenny: Navigating the overlap of our virtual and physical environment.
    UX Architect
     
  • University of Tennessee (Lauren)
     
  • nosyopsis - texts about architecture, common spaces, space politics
    By Yelta Köm: nosyopsis argued contemporary issues related to architecture, design, common spaces and politics
    nosyopsis
     
  • Floating City - New Ecopolis X - Namir El Andary
    By Namir El Andary: Massive populations, global warming, rising sea levels, congestion and destruction of coasts... All these reasons are leading us into discovering the oceans.
    New Ecopolis X is the journey to the land of future cities as it projects the idea of the floating cities into the current end of the 21th century.
    This utopia will surely be one day a reality.
    Floating City - New Ecopolis X - Namir El Andary
     




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