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  • 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
     
  • 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
     
  • Architectural Ellipsis - ... Intern Architect ...
    By 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
     
  • FIDI NEWS - The Florence Institute of Design International's Web Magazine
    By Marc DiDomenico: Web magazine dedicated to the latest FIDI student and faculty news!
    Florence Institute of Design International
    FIDI NEWS
     
  • Hello....my name is ROBERT - An open door into J.R.'s domain.
    By R_O_B_E_R_T: No architecture is worse than a missed opportunity.

    ROBERT intends to open the dialogue of Dallas in a manner that focuses on a collective mindset that strives to uncover the critical, praise the successes, and recognize the potential in the Metroplex.

    We have a central voice again....but why not many.

    Whether you live in Dallas or have something to say about it, speak through Robert and submit your piece to robert@robertarchitecture.com.

    The basis is open.
    Hello....my name is ROBERT
     
  • MegalopolisNow - city talks
    By Donato de Vivo: www.megalopolisnow.com

    I created this blog to share each other architectural, urban and technological news and thoughts about the new form of city that is developing now: the megalopolis. The future of all us is playing in these urban settings and we must contribute to the debate for a better way of life, more sustainable and beautiful.

    www.megalopolisnow.com
    MegalopolisNow
     
  • RAWSCHACH_blog
    By Bradly Gunn: All generalizations are false, including this one.
    RAWSCHACH_blog
     
  • 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
     
  • 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
     
  • The University of Tokyo (Christopher) - G30 Architecture & Urbanism - Obuchi Lab
    By Christopher Sjoberg: 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)
     
  • 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
     
  • Live Blog - AIA 2013 Spring Conference "Regional Modernism"
     
  • China: Adventures in Architecture - GSAPP alumnus
    By Eduardo: After 6 years working at a commercial firm in London and setting up my own practice with collegues from the AA to deliver a comission for a tower we won in India, I am embarking on a new adventure as studio leader for a local firm in China, trying to reconnect with the experimental mind set I used to have during my days at GSAPP
    Columbia University
    China: Adventures in Architecture
     
  • 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
     
  • 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
     
  • University of Hawaii Manoa: Architecture School - Visiting Lecturers
    By SkyeArchitectureBlog, hsieh, Danalli: Guest speakers visiting from different places coming together and lecturing about their projects, groups, and firms at the University of Hawaii Manoa: School of Architecture.
    University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa
    University of Hawaii Manoa: Architecture School
     
  • BROOMSTACHE - Order of economic discussion
    By Dino Tadiar: Products, places, cultures are cycling faster than Tiger Woods changed girlfriends. Its an interesting time that needs to be confronted with because... wait for it.....what is beautiful places, products, cultures if we keep changing the face every season? Capitalism has made a platform for V 2.0 to be a need and not a want. I launched a kickstarter campaign for a product line... its called Broomstache. you can look at it at www.broomstache.com find out more what i'm talking.
    BROOMSTACHE
     
  • IFDC Master course (International Facade Design and Construction) - HS - OWL University of Applied Sciences, Germany
    By IFDC International Facade Design and Construction: Our facade master course (IFDC) is providing the current technologies and the high functional demand in the faced field; we are achieving this through a close cooperation with companies and manufacturers specialized in facade. Therefore, our blog will present our master course and what we are doing in this program.
    Hochschule Ostwestfalen-Lippe
    IFDC Master course (International Facade Design and Construction)
     
  • Architecture is...
    By RGX_MERCADO: I come across very interesting studies and experiments in general context, that can be applied to architecture and design in creative ways. From Autodesk research and development Articles, innovative technology to control Arduino, to my opinions and analysis on the influence of Tadao Ando's architecture in Mexico. My objective is to push the boundaries of research and development borrowing from professional field's in and outside of architecture, as well as sharing current research and work.
    Architecture is...
     
  • Infamous Lines - Seminar and Summit
    By Annie McCarthy: The technique of drawing is a very distinct architectural element. As Architects, we draw lines for notions of aesthetic, concept, as well as production. Drawing is considered an extension of our thoughts (concept) and vessel to communicate our ideas (technique). Every drawing however has imbedded in it a signature, expression, and authenticity. What is the relationship between lines and our individual design ideologies?
    Georgia Institute of Technology
    Infamous Lines
     




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