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  • 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
     
  • 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!
     
  • 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
     
  • 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
     
  • 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
     
  • 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
     
  • 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
     
  • nosyopsis - texts about architecture, common spaces, space politics
    By Yelta Köm: nosyopsis argued contemporary issues related to architecture, design, common spaces and politics
    nosyopsis
     
  • 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
     




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