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  • The Walk - Walk around the sob
    By Tanvi Kulshreshtha: The blog is related to travelling through which architecture is been inspired and accomplished with a new vision. The places which I have been visiting till now and the process through which I have developed myself as an Architect, I have always been associated with blogging as a tool to communicate through my thoughts with the world.
    The Walk
     
  • CPP_AIAS - American Institute of Architecture Students at Cal Poly Pomona
    By Saba Salekfard, Parker Ammann, Kyat Chin: AIAS is an independent, nonprofit, student-run organization dedicated to providing unmatched programs, information, and resources on issues critical to architectural education. The mission of the AIAS is to promote excellence in architectural education, training, and practice; to foster an appreciation of architecture and related disciplines; to enrich communities in a spirit of collaboration; and to organize students and combine their efforts to to advance the art and science of architecture.
    California State Polytechnic University, Pomona
    CPP_AIAS
     
  • Project Costing Systems - Which ones are used and why?
    By Joe Emanuele: This blog is to engage with the profession as to which systems staff actually use, what are the challenges and what should we want from a system. For too long, the profession have had to put up with second rate software, designed for generic "professional services" firms. The result is often that these systems are not used for the critical task of running projects financially.
    What do we want systems to do?, do we want to resource weekly or monthly - or at all?
    Project Costing Systems
     
  • D L S | Design Lab SARUP - university of wisconsin-milwaukee's fall 2015 chicago studios (Historic Preservation & BIM)
    By mgamberg: Updates from the Chicago studios & design lab of the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee School of Architecture and Design. BIM Studio & Historic Preservation Studio investigations into Chicago's Future of the Past.
    University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
    D L S | Design Lab SARUP
     
  • Responsive Engagement : The Production of a Green Chile-Fueled Architecture
    By unmsaap: Responsive Engagement is the official blog of the School of Architecture and Planning at the University of New Mexico. Here students, faculty and alumni describe the production of an engaged architecture, one that responds to the social, environmental, and economic challenges we all face- as well as the IPAs and enchiladas that fuel the pursuit.
    The University of New Mexico
    Responsive Engagement : The Production of a Green Chile-Fueled Architecture
     
  • The Global Studio - Community Based Design
    By Christopher Perrodin: We want to share the community based design process for our most recent Agros project. The project is a rural farming village based in the Matagalpa region of Nicaragua. Agros' mission is to create sustainable living environments for former tenant farmers. Our blog will lay out how we at The Global Studio partnered with Agros and helped to turn community exercises and input into a new village.
    The Global Studio
     
  • Design Manifestos - Feature Interviews with Architects & Designers from Around the World
    By Eli Laipson: At Modelo we want to know what drives the world’s design and architecture talent. This is why we invite select architects and designers to share their stories, philosophies, visions and favorite works with the public — their manifestos.

    For more information on how we're working to change the architecture and design world at Modelo please visit us at: www.modelo.io.

    MODELO
    Design Manifestos
     
  • The Architect's Guide - Guide To Your Dream Job In Architecture
    By Brandon Hubbard: I have been fortunate to work for several world-renowned architecture firms around the world from London to San Francisco. After the downturn in 2008 I began to mentor many aspiring and practicing architects on job searches, applications, portfolios and interviews.

    Brandon H.
    The Architect's Guide
     
  • RIGHT NOW - Join us at SCI-Arc for a glimpse of the NOW
    By sciarcnews: RIGHT NOW is a 2-day symposium hosted by SCI-Arc on September 25-26, 2015 on the school's campus in downtown Los Angeles. The event will take stock of some of the most promising directions in contemporary architecture, using the conversation as its primary catalyst. www.sciarc.edu
    Southern California Institute of Architecture (SCI-Arc)
    RIGHT NOW
     
  • The City and The Water - Architecture arts ad self construction experiences for a new artisan area in Pietrasanta, Italy
    By zeropiu: “The City and the Water” Summer School is organized by the University of Pisa (DESTeC, Long Cycle Master Degree Course in Architectural Engineering), the Visual Art Center of Pietrasanta and the Municipality of Pietrasanta (Tuscany, Italy), with the contribution of the Fondazione Cassa di Risparmio di Lucca.
    The Summer School, that will take place from 7th to 20th September 2015 at the Visual Arts Center, will see students in Architecture, Engineering, Design, Art Schools and young professionals
    The City and The Water
     
  • University of Tennessee, Knoxville - Interior Design 420 - Interior Design Internship
    By Tim Dolan, Erin McLevey, trumsey2, meggieherod, gfrank1, awebb33, sspears5, brettworth, jeshedge: This will be the community Blog for IDS 420 Summer 2015. Students will post their responses to weekly Journal Assignments here as well as view posts/comments from other participants.
    The University of Tennessee - Knoxville
     University of Tennessee, Knoxville - Interior Design 420
     
  • The Architecture of Houston - The Most Notable Pieces of Architecture in Houston
    By Mathew Duran: This blog is dedicated to the wonderful architecture of Houston, both historical, and present. It will describe general design details of the most influential and monumental works of architecture, as well as their historical backgrounds and precedents.
    University of Houston
    The Architecture of Houston
     
  • Pennzoil Place: Reflections and Parallels
    By Kaylan: I will be writing about Pennzoil Place, located in Houston Texas. This includes the history surrounding the building, design concepts, and the economics of building. Enjoy!
    University of Houston
    Pennzoil Place: Reflections and Parallels
     
  • BG Group Place: An architectural dynamo - by Christian Garcia
    By cgarcia47: This semester I worked on an article on BG Group Place, designed by Pickard Chilton, and the effects it had on downtown Houston, Texas.This skyscraper was designed and built in the middle of the 2008 recession. The LEED Platinum certified building replaced a much blighted block on Main Street filled with drugs and prostitution. With the completion of the project, the developer Hines proved Houston could overcome the recession, and the 800 block of Main Street could once again prosper.
    University of Houston
    BG Group Place: An architectural dynamo
     
  • The Wonders of Houston Architecture - Architectural landmarks located in the diverse city of Houston, Texas.
    By SSanchez129: Sarah Sanchez is an Architecture student in Houston, Texas and has come across many eye catching historical architectural landmarks. On this Blog she will be discussing the wonders of the Houston Architecture culture in regards to their design intent, spacial qualities, and the history behind each building. There's so much more than what meets the eye...
    University of Houston
    The Wonders of Houston Architecture
     
  • Rothko Chapel - The History and the Design Interpretations
    By ykevin98: I will be discussing about the Rothko Chapel and the design concepts of the building design. It will be a discussion about Rothko's intentional ideas of the kind of layout the Rothko Chapel has. I will also be describing the relationship between Rothko's paintings and the Chapel itself.
    University of Houston
    Rothko Chapel
     
  • RETHINK PORT URBANISM - connotation of 'architecture' and 'port' in our culture
    By Niyati Soni: One aim of this project is to find an accessible way of talking about port architecture and to use it in exploring what might be the shared and defining characteristics of the port as constructs of the littoral – whether concrete or conceptual.
    The purpose of creating this blog is to gather attributes to which will ponder to my research on rethinking port urbanism. ...
    RETHINK PORT URBANISM
     
  • Adventures of the architecture student
    By Peter Foniciello: You probably know what it is like to be a university student, but do you know what it is actually like being an architecture student?
    Here, you will read about the wonderful world of architecture, and live the adventures through the lens of the architecture student!
    University of Houston
    Adventures of the architecture student
     
  • Izmir University of Economics Department of Architecture
    By Michael Young, Melis Baloglu: The Department of Architecture is a part of the Izmir University of Economics, the first private university in Izmir, Turkey's 3rd largest metropolitan area. The school seeks to be a vibrant and vital source for design thought and creation in Turkey.
    Izmir University of Economics
    Izmir University of Economics Department of Architecture
     
  • Urban Design and Strategy - Complexity, urgency and uncertainty in urban development - thinking and practice
    By Arun - Urban Designer: Thirty years of practice, academia, research and mentoring have resulted in a host of thinking about the conditions in which the design and planning of urban environments occur. This blog will periodically inject thoughts, reactions and links that embrace how we might respond to the past, deal with the present and plan or imagine futures unknown.
    Urban Design and Strategy
     
  • Density - Finding solution for a massive problem.
    By Ricardo Amaya: Rapid world growth and urbanization is not allowing cities to adapt and provide for their inhabitants. Towns are quickly growing into cities, and some of the densest places in the world are comprised of makeshift homes, otherwise referred to as slums. Furthermore, already overcrowded cities have to absorb people leaving their rural hometown in hope of job opportunities. There are currently over 1 billion slum dwellers in the world. This number is expected to reach 2 billion by the year 2030.
    Density
     
  • ANTI- GRAVITY - parametric modeling with Grasshopper
    By Andrzej Bratkowski: The Blog is my personal sketch book and portfolio made with Grasshopper .
    My major inspiration in biomimetic architecture, a symbiosy of engineer and nature.
    Technical University of Lublin
    ANTI- GRAVITY
     
  • School of Architecture and Urban Planning/UWMilwaukee - Vignettes of life at SARUP
    By snatraj: Each semester, SARUP turns into a beehive of creative activity, with the collective energy of students and faculty resulting in projects and presentations that excite and intrigue, as they generate enquiry into the disciplines of architecture and urban planning. This blog is an attempt to give a glimpse of our life.
    University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
    School of Architecture and Urban Planning/UWMilwaukee
     
  • Consulting For Architects, Inc. Hiring Trends - Design and Manage Your Career
    By David C. McFadden: Staying on top of hiring trends in one of the most volatile professions you can participate in is required reading. Each post brings new information to help you make better career choices empowering you to design and manage your own career. Our blog is written for design professionals by design professionals; job seekers and hiring firms. Whether you belong to the millennial generation or are at the peak of your architecture career you will benefit by Following and Subscribing to this blog.
    Consulting For Architects, Inc. (CFA)
    Consulting For Architects, Inc. Hiring Trends
     
  • FIU School of Architecture News - FIU College of Architecture + The Arts
    By Brian Rivera, FIUSOA: The School of Architecture is composed of three closely aligned departments: Architecture, Interior Architecture, and Landscape Architecture. Jointly headed by the three department chairs, the School of Architecture provides a rich and diverse platform for interdisciplinary activities at the curricular and research levels.
    Florida International University
    FIU School of Architecture News
     
  • Architect of the Young - A Professional Narrative
    By Vincent DeFazio: As architecture continues to lose members, it's ever-important to empower and give voices to those young designers in the field. This blog does exactly just that, seeking a powerful young voice among those with many more years in the profession.
    Architect of the Young
     
  • Advanced Design Studies - The University of Tokyo - Chronicling work, research and life in Kantō
    By hadin charbel, Kevin Clement: A student blog dedicated to ongoing happenings in and outside the Advanced Design Studies Program at the University of Tokyo.
    The University of Tokyo, Advanced Design Studies (T_ADS)
    Advanced Design Studies - The University of Tokyo
     
  • DE_CON - ANA_ARCHITECTURE
    By Rob Mothershed: We want to examine,discuss, and research new paradigms, new spaces, new structures, and new modes of construction. We are looking to 1988-1998 to see how the digital and pre digital has played out. We are tired of seeing the architect- provide a service and we are eager to see the Architect as Master Builder.
    DE_CON
     
  • "Suspects" in the Studio - Increasing Diversity in Design Education
    By Derek Ham: The recent cases involving Mike Brown in Ferguson and Garner in New York all continue to illuminate how many people view Blacks (and especially Black men) in America. Architecture schools cannot avoid this discussion as many schools still have staggering low numbers of Black and other underrepresented minority students in their programs. I want to help us talk about these issues as we continue to try making our learning environments (the design studio) welcoming for people of all walks of life.
    "Suspects" in the Studio
     




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