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  • PsyArch - Studying Psychology in Architecture
    By Jared Lussier: a weekly analysis of clinical psychology within the the art of architecture
    PsyArch
     
  • on behalf of Olaf Design Ninja - interviews with random thoughts and assemblies of experiences
    By OBO Olaf Design Ninja: The following blogs are Interviews performed in the summer of 2013 with a man full of random thoughts and legendary type of architectural experiences. Olaf is his real first name. I (Chris Teeter) knew his son Tom from my studies at University of Kansas and randomly ran into Tom in 2012 in NYC. We reminisced about all the great stories Tom had told me about his immigrant architect father. Given my boredom with the profession I requested an interview with this now insane man. Archifiction.
    on behalf of Olaf Design Ninja
     
  • 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
     
  • The Los Angeles Biennale at the Shenzhen Biennale
    By Orhan Ayyüce, Paul Petrunia, Sarah Lorenzen, Aram Guiragozian, Ole Bouman, Anthony Carfello, Amelia Taylor-Hochberg, aris janigian, Karen Lohrmann, Andrew Wilcox: The Los Angeles Biennale in Shenzhen is an experimentation in creating a nomadic biennale on urbanism, hosted by the Bi-City Biennale of Urbanism\Architecture. This blog will cover the preparation, activities and findings from this experiment.
    The Los Angeles Biennale at the Shenzhen Biennale
     
  • Interface. Theory and praxis in architecture.
     
  • Another Architecture - by Mitch McEwen
    By Mitch McEwen: Ongoing theory, travels, exhibitions, research, software. This blog started with research, theory topics, travel and architecture discoveries during my fellowship at Akademie Schloss Solitude in Stuttgart, Germany.
    Another Architecture
     
  • Integrator
    By leyla:
    Integrator
     
  • CityX - Random thoughts on the City
    By hassanykb: i discuss issues affecting cities around the world with a specific interest on developing countries.
    CityX
     
  • 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
     
  • 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
     
  • 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
     
  • Sleepless in Shenzhen - Everything Minded
    By Orhan Ayyüce: In a four day visit to China Archinect Senior Editor Orhan Ayyuce is blogging his thoughts, impressions and people he ran into from Shenzhen Bi-city Biennale of Urbanism\Architecture.
    Orhan Ayyüce Architecture
    Sleepless in Shenzhen
     
  • Not shown for clarity
    By Vat Jaiswal: I am from Canada but currently traveling in Valencia, Spain. I will be traveling to Brazil, Taiwan and South Korea for the entire upcoming year, exploring the architecture and urban planning of major cities in these countries. My blog will focus on comparing architecture in different parts of the world, accompanied by photographs and videos. I would also like to write about how culture influences architecture of these places.
    Archinect seems like a great place to start and share my ideas!
    Not shown for clarity
     
  • Arching Thoughts - Bridging Architecture to Relevancy
    By victoriapham: I am a current undergraduate student in the field of Architecture and Design. I collect quotes, explore images, and like to write about all the good things that I like. Here is where I bridge them all together.
    Arching Thoughts
     
  • Insane Cities - Misunderstanding everything about this place...
    By Aditya Ghosh: There is a firm discourse, opinion and even a strange complacence about our knowledge of the city, people, space and time. Labels abound; traditionalist, modernist, building, design, blog.
    What if critique or opinions are pointless because of a clear disdain for objectivity. How would I describe the world around me if I countered every POV with a logical argument?
    The blog will be a glimpse into everyday practices, with a strong bias towards un-designing urban-scape.
    Insane Cities
     
  • 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
     
  • 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...
     
  • 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
     
  • Visiting Critic
    By jpastva: Visiting Critic is a continuing series of thought provoking observations from architectural insider Jeffrey Pastva - Founder of The Designated Sketcher, Architect at Haley Donovan & Chair of The AIA Philadelphia Young Architects Forum. 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
     
  • 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
     
  • Coffee and Blueprints
    By Hajir Alttahir: Architecture and urbanism ramblings from an over-caffeinated postgrad.
    Coffee and Blueprints
     




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