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    Spring 2017 Public Programs announced at the School of Architecture and Planning at UB

    By B/a+p
    Feb 23, '17 8:58 AM EST

    Each semester the School of Architecture and Planning at UB brings leading scholars and practitioners to campus to engage public debate on critical issues in architecture and planning. The Spring 2017 lineup features designers and landscape architects take on the topic of 'playspace,' Shohei Shigematsu discusses the Albright-Knox gallery expansion , and Spanish architect Alberto Campo Baeza comes to UB as the 2017 Clarkson Chair in Architecture.



     
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    • johnbishop

      Architecture is building plan. Planning is city outline. So in the event that you are needing to learning architecture then you would concentrate the subjects that are required for that, including craftsmanship, sociologists, structural engineering; you have to concentrate the way things go into structures and how they influence the clients. On the off chance that you need to study city planning then you have to take a gander at the master plan, similar to assignment service UK how transportation frameworks function, how water frameworks work, how electric frameworks work, and how individuals utilize them. Planners by and large work in government locations. Architects for the most part work secretly.

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