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  • Another Architecture - by Mitch McEwen
    By Mitch McEwen: Posts are sporadic. Topics span architecture, urban design, planning, and tangents from these. I sometimes include excerpts of academic articles.
    Another Architecture
     
  • The Socratic Method - Questioning Our Assumptions About Design
    By Sean Joyner, Laura Kazmierczak: This blog explores ideas about design and how it relates to our lives through research and critical thinking. As the title suggests this will be a platform to present thought provoking ideas intended for further discussion.
    The Socratic Method
     
  • A State Of Architecture
    By Deep Shah: This is something I intend to start as a platform to express my perception and interaction with architecture where by using my thoughts, observations, photos i click etc as a medium to express on frequent basis.

    A State Of Architecture
     
  • Sleepless in Shenzhen - Everything Minded
    By Orhan Ayyüce: Orhan is blogging his thoughts and impressions late at night.
    Orhan Ayyüce
    Sleepless in Shenzhen
     
  • off-NARRATIVES: - Off-Modern Detours in Architecture and Thought
    By Patrick McAndrews: off-NARRATIVES: is a space for the exploration of detours in architecture and design discourse. The blog's inception is in alignment with the "off-modern" perspective; drawing from the works and teachings of the Svetlana Boym among other writers and thinkers in the 20th and 21st centuries. off-NARRATIVES: seeks to contribute to contemporary architectural discourse through observations, essays, book reviews, serial narratives, and other works of original research and theory.
    off-NARRATIVES:
     
  • Creations and Analysis Out of Boredom
    By I am a liberal: Boredom as a result of too much to do.  Too much professional practice architecture.  Too much reality. Lots of fiction and lots of history.
    Creations and Analysis Out of Boredom
     
  • Delirious - Cleveland
    By Richard Rozewski: One part, a take on the built environment of Cleveland, OH. Other part, a venue to post projects that I will use to compile for my M.arch application.
    Delirious
     
  • Ecopicality - The evaluated truth of the psycho with the eco:::
    By Monte John Latham: Biocities - might be our only hope. Correction, surely; it is our only hope – improved by the cultural sensitivities of simple ecopicality and supporting ecopical ecological principles.

    There is a psyche thing with this. You are very likely to have a plastic switch in a wall near you at the moment; to make an electricity flow. The flick of a switch is a reminder of industry, invention - capacities generally beyond the individual or small community. It is also a bread and butter thing - a r
    Ecopicality
     
  • Radio Architect
    By Farzam Kharvari: As the world is developing its way of communication, we, the architects need to be more curious on stuff around us!
    Rise of different philosophies around the globe, rapid growth in our awareness, transformation of communication types and many more items around are leading the ARCHITECTURE to an absolute new brand of its roots!
    It is time to ask: are we, the TRANSFORMERS or are we the results of TRANSFORMATIONS of GENIUS LOCUS (the protective spirit of a place)?
    Radio Architect
     
  • Not shown for clarity
    By Vatjaiswal: I am from Canada but currently traveling in Valencia, Spain. I will be traveling to Brazil, Taiwan and South Korea for the entire upcoming year, exploring the architecture and urban planning of major cities in these countries. My blog will focus on comparing architecture in different parts of the world, accompanied by photographs and videos. I would also like to write about how culture influences architecture of these places.
    Archinect seems like a great place to start and share my ideas!
    Not shown for clarity
     
  • The Psychology of Architecture and Design
    By dennisleigh: This blog is about the interdependence of our state of mind and the built environment. Different life experiences can be turned into metaphors and then, transformed into shapes and colors that affect how we live our lives.
    The Psychology of Architecture and Design
     
  • Constellations of Tijuana
    By Orhan Ayyüce: Constellations of Tijuana:
    A research study in Urbanism
    Old stories, new finds, physical and fictional speculations
    Studies of various grid collisions and political ideologies
    Planned and spontaneous explorations
    Creative and generative recording and the study of the city

    ELA, Escuela Libre De Arquitectura
    Tijuana, Mexico
    June - August 2017
    Orhan Ayyüce
    Constellations of Tijuana
     
  • Insane Cities - Misunderstanding everything about this place...
    By adityaghosh13: There is a firm discourse, opinion and even a strange complacence about our knowledge of the city, people, space and time. Labels abound; traditionalist, modernist, building, design, blog.
    What if critique or opinions are pointless because of a clear disdain for objectivity. How would I describe the world around me if I countered every POV with a logical argument?
    The blog will be a glimpse into everyday practices, with a strong bias towards un-designing urban-scape.
    Insane Cities
     
  • Visiting Critic
    By Jeff Pastva: 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
     
  • 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 Los Angeles Biennale - Currently at the International Architecture Biennale Rotterdam. Formerly at the Shenzhen Biennale of Architecture/Urbanism.
    By Orhan Ayyüce, Paul Petrunia, sarah123, Ole Bouman, A C, Amelia Taylor-Hochberg, aris janigian, Karen Lohrmann, Andrew Wilcox: The Los Angeles Biennale is an experimentation in creating a nomadic biennale on urbanism, hosted by the International Architecture Biennale in Rotterdam. This blog will cover the preparation, activities and findings from this experiment.
    The Los Angeles Biennale
     
  • the tri continuum
    By victoriapham: I am a current undergraduate student in the field of Architecture and Design. I collect quotes, explore images, and write about all the good things that I like. Here is where I bridge them all together.
    the tri continuum
     
  • CityX - Random thoughts on the City
    By hassanykb: i discuss issues affecting cities around the world with a specific interest on developing countries.
    CityX
     
  • PsyArch - Studying Psychology in Architecture
    By Jared Lussier: a weekly analysis of clinical psychology within the the art of architecture
    PsyArch
     
  • BuildingSatire - Too Much Architectural BS
    By BuildingSatire: BuildingSatire is a blog consisting of architectural satire, cynicism, and humor to alleviate the tension and pretension in professional architecture.

    we also have a twitter. whatup.
    BuildingSatire
     
  • Brutal Me
    By Jesse Anderson: Mainly a brutalist architecture blog but also a outlet and petri dish for my bottled up architectural thoughts
    Brutal Me
     
  • Coffee and Blueprints
    By Hajir Alttahir: Architecture and urbanism ramblings from an over-caffeinated postgrad.
    Coffee and Blueprints
     
  • City of Glass - #Vancouverproblems
    By Ekaterina Dovjenko: Vancouver, the City of Glass. It’s a city of shinning skyscrapers and cardboard homes: a city of spectacular natural beauty, crushing rain, award winning livability and a frightening income gap.

    It’s a city of contradiction—and it’s growing.

    This blog will follow Vancouver through its coming of age. It will highlight the city’s search for new forms, its attempts at new urbanism, and its struggles and moments of success within the world of architecture, planning and design.
    City of Glass
     
  • Advancing Sustainability Symposium 2012 - The Ailing Heart of the Urbanscape: Its Causes and Cures
    By AS Symposium: After a highly successful Advancing Sustainability: Business + Design Symposium in October of 2011, students from Woodbury University have gathered once again in order to prepare their second annual event. The topic of this year focuses on the "cardiovascular system" of a city—its infrastructure. The discussion will investigate how various infrastructures—perform, exchange, and are incorporated into the natural environment.
    Advancing Sustainability Symposium 2012
     




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