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  • Exporting A Feeling - A Look At How One Firm's Design Approach Connects People To Places
    By Author: I'd like to begin an exploration on the way in which 5+design approaches architecture, looks to add to the human experience through design, and connects people to places.
    5+design
    Exporting A Feeling
     
  • You Are Not Your User - // In pursuit of models for social impact design & community engagement in practice //
    By Matt Kleinmann: The practice of Architecture, both the ideals it cherishes & the business model it has gradually adopted, is evolving. Globally, more people live in cities than do not. The 'Future Cities', those bucolic heterotopias we were promised, are not here. Instead, we are growing into a world where shelter, environmental justice, clean drinking water, & other basic human rights are negotiated for. How do we, as architects, plan to address those needs? This blog will explore answers to those questions.
    You Are Not Your User
     
  • First Architecture Job - Strategies for fresh graduates to get their first architecture job
    By Firstarchitecturejob: I write posts to help fresh architectural graduates secure jobs in architecture firms. Most graduates struggle because there is no manual on what to do after graduation and it can be an overwhelming experience. I write about how to prepare resumes & portfolios, networking, application strategies, firm selection, job interviews, softwares etc. Note: some articles are re-posted (with permission) from FirstArchitectureJob.com and I credit them at the bottom of those posts.
    First Architecture Job
     
  • nosyopsis - texts about architecture, common spaces, space politics
    By Yelta Köm: nosyopsis argued contemporary issues related to architecture, design, common spaces and politics
    nosyopsis
     
  • Urban Vignettes
     
  • PLAY-TIME - Architectonic Image Worldwide
    By Play-Time Webmaster: PLAY-TIME consists entirely of architects with an extended career in the fields of photography, graphic design and audiovisual.

    The image that communicates is the one that persists on memory.

    Light, shadow, texture and color are the tools PLAY-TIME combines to communicate through and image the values of architecture.

    We avoid the realistic image to approach to photography with intention.
    Play-Time
    PLAY-TIME
     
  • Ampdesign - Art + Architecture + Design
    By Ampdesign: Ampdesign is a cross-disciplinary art + architecture + design firm founded by Andrew P. Matt. Experimentation, intellectual curiosity and experience are at the core of all work at Ampdesign.
    Ampdesign
     
  • 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
     
  • Live Blog - AIA 2013 Spring Conference "Regional Modernism"
     
  • Starting up Awesome - A blog about starting up an architectural business in sunny, crisis-ridden Italy
    By bigness: Starting up your own practice is often something you only dream of... what if one day you woke up and realized that you really had no other option? Young, determined, absolutely pennyless and without much of a clue, these are the chronicles of Richard and Stefano trying to start their dream practice: Osom Architects.
    Starting up Awesome
     
  • 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
     
  • 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
     
  • 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!
     
  • tekton - exploring sculptural and architectural fabrication
    By ncecchi: A blog covering the various processes, methods, and pitfalls involved in designing, producing, and fabricating large scale sculptural and architectural features.
    Demiurge Design LLC
    tekton
     
  • 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
     
  • 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
     
  • 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
     
  • foreign architects - work in the U.S
    By hossein khajehpoor: who can a foreign architect work in the U.S?
    FIND THE WAYS THAT CAN HELP A FOREIN ARCHITECT TO START WORK IN THE U.S
    HOW LONG IT TAKES TO GET LICENCE?
    is exist good future for a foreign architect in the U.S?
    foreign architects
     
  • Our architecture projects in Indonesia
    By WCParchitect: We are an architecture firm called Wastu Cipta Parama from Bandung, Indonesia.

    This blog is contained of projects that we have made. Please have take a look and we're looking forward for your comments.
    Our architecture projects in Indonesia
     
  • New Grad for Hire!
    By Tatiana Barros: Hello,

    My name is Tatiana, I am recent graduate in Interior Design from the Fashion Institute of technology.This blog is about newly grads who are looking for opportunities to their first professional job. How we look at design, what we look for when looking for a new job, how we try to stand out and compete with more experienced people.
    New Grad for Hire!
     




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