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  • 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
     
  • 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.

    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
     
  • 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
     
  • UX Architect - User Experience, Interaction Design and Architecture
    By Ronan Kenny: Navigating the overlap of our virtual and physical environment.
    UX Architect
     
  • Cal Poly Pomona (Nicole)
    By Nicole Doan: Initially, I was going to name this blog "Architecture Will Kill You", but I thought better of it.

    Welcome to my five-year journey in undergraduate architecture school.
    California State Polytechnic University, Pomona
    Cal Poly Pomona (Nicole)
     
  • Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture (ACSA) - News, events, and conversations about architectural education in North America and beyond.
    By ACSA National, Michael Monti, Lian Chikako Chang, Pascale Vonier: The Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture is a nonprofit membership organization, founded in 1912 to advance the quality of architectural education. Our members are over 250 schools, including all accredited programs in the USA and Canada, schools seeking accreditation, and non-accredited and international programs--representing over 40,000 architecture faculty and students.
    Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture (ACSA)
     
  • 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
     
  • School of Architecture and Urban Planning/UWMilwaukee - Vignettes of life at SARUP
    By NBouchard: 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
     
  • Taubman College - University of Michigan
    By kbretzius, dtran125, Rubin Quarcoopome: Sharing insights from Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning at the University of Michigan.
    University of Michigan
    Taubman College
     
  • Visiting Critic
    By jpastva: Visiting Critic is a continuing series of thought provoking observations from architectural insider Jeffrey Pastva - Editor in Chief at YAF Connection, Communications Director for the AIA National Young Architects Forum and a Project Architect at JDavis in Philadelphia. 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
     
  • Life in Turett Collaborative Architects - Anything that is going on in TCA. New, funny, interesting and energetic, we all want to share with you.
    By afrazzini: Turett Collaborative Architects (TCA) is a multi-disciplinary practice founded in 1984 by Wayne Turett. The firm is known for its creative design, frequently marked by an innovative use of natural and industrial materials. TCA’s work includes architectural design, interiors, graphics, industrial products and furniture design. In addition to traditional architectural services, TCA also provides design-build construction management team on many design projects.
    The Turett Collaborative
    Life in Turett Collaborative Architects
     
  • Interactive landscapes - Blog about architecture, technology, design and art
    By studio roosegaarde: I'm an Arts and Media management student who prefers big, illuminate and slightly bizarre art & architecture. I believe in art and social media as an original way of communicating.

    Currently I'm an intern at social design lab Studio Roosegaarde and I would like to blog about my activities here, the people I meet and art and architecture I like.

    For architects it could be interesting to see everything of an young, innovative, arty perspective.
    Studio Roosegaarde
    Interactive landscapes
     
  • 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
     
  • The Dirty South - New Orleans - Masters Studio with Jennifer Bonner
    By Stefann Plishka: The second installation of The Dirty South studio with Jennifer Bonner at Georgia Tech takes on New Orleans. Using the legacy of Dirty South hip hop as inspiration within the framework of a guidebook of B-side tours, students investigated unusual patterns and idiosyncrasies in the city. Projects spanned topics from misuse of Charles Moore's Piazza d'Italia to reappropriation of the city's most controversial monuments to installation of an illegal auction house within the convention center.
    Georgia Institute of Technology
    The Dirty South - New Orleans
     
  • "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
     
  • MArch to the beat
     
  • Studio 19 - 2014
    By Rory, Jessica Hulme: Studio 19 is a collaboration between UNITEC and Strachan Group Architects (SGA). Third year architecture students are given the opportunity to work along side SGA to design, document and build a project.

    The Brief from Ngāti Whātua O Ōrākei was to design of a master plan of eight houses for elderly tribe members. One of these houses is to be documented and built by the students.
    Studio 19
     
  • Dessau International Architecture (Daniel)
     
  • lunch
    By lunch-journal: lunch is the refereed design research journal edited and designed by students at the University of Virginia School of Architecture. Visit UVaLunch.com for our past volumes and more information.
    University of Virginia
    lunch
     
  • Urban Vignettes
     
  • 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
     
  • 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
     
  • Simply Architect
    By NFucci: Follow Nick as he travels through the University of Hartford's Master of Architecture graduate program. Learn the "do"s and "don't"s for surviving any architecture program, as well helpful tips for nailing that first internship.

    The goal here is to help current students, future students, and young professionals - to guide them towards licensure with as few headaches as possible.
    Simply Architect
     




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