SCAD student pens a blog post announcing, "I Am Not Going To Be An Architect."
I desperately tell myself as I hear students anxiously comparing internship applications and grad school plans. It’s okay if at any point, now or in the future, you find that you are straying from the path of the building arts, because you’ve collected some pretty valuable tools along the way. An architecture education provides much deeper skills than just designing and presenting buildings.
— SCAD Architecture
"The SCAD School of Building Arts includes the allied disciplines of architecture, urban design, historic preservation, interior design, architectural history and furniture design, engaging more than 1000 students. The distinct collaborative environment within the School of Building Arts... View full entry
TriBeCa Synagogue’s Memorable Building and Stubborn Architect
William Breger’s roster of memorable buildings is short: just one. But it is a building that has caught the public’s eye for three generations, that has accommodated, challenged and defined an ever-evolving religious community.
Many architects die having achieved far less.
— New York Times
The architect, who could be difficult, objected to changes made years ago to “his” building. He was angered by the design of a mechitza, or partition, installed to separate women and men during worship. (Rabbi Glass had it changed.) He was infuriated when the original landscaped plaza by M... View full entry
Celebrate the launch of Archinect v3.0 with us in NYC on April 29th
Please join us for drinks and socializing next Friday, April 29th, in New York City, at the Samsung Experience space in the Time Warner Building, for a celebration of the launch of Archinect v3.0, and a very special announcement of an exciting new alliance formed by Archinect, Designer Pages... View full entry