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  • 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
     
  • JL Blog
    By June Lee: My thoughts and ideas about architectural design
    JL Blog
     
  • David's blog
    By David Kuo: Ideas about architecture
    David's blog
     
  • Altruistic Architecture
    By Ivana Carbajal:
    Altruistic Architecture
     
  • GB blog
    By Gabriel Bustos: Thoughts on the architectural design community.
    GB blog
     
  • Frida's Blog
    By Frida Figueroa: This blog will talk about different ways to explore architecture.
    Frida's Blog
     
  • People's life
    By yan li: People spend most of their lives in buildings, such as homes, offices, or other indoor public spaces. I think the building should give people a comfortable feeling. The structure and shape of the building must also meet the needs of people's lives. For example, ventilation and nice light, and space are the elements to be considered in living.
    People's life
     
  • A Different Perspective - The Many Ideas of Design and Architecture
    By Jorge Ruiz: I will use this blog to discuss the different topics of architecture and explore architecture in a new level.
    A Different Perspective
     
  • The Line and The Reel
    By Gor Gevorkyan: The archirects line and film directors film reel. Two very different ways of experessing ideas yet when working together can lead to magic.

    Students can use movies to inspire a project. By understanding how architecture is used from a film directors’ point of view, the student can learn to use architecture and cinema to sculpt a narrative with tone, presenation,and usage.
    The Line and The Reel
     
  • The realitivity in Architecture
    By Cristian Pizano: Knowledge is distinct as being a cognitive aspect to our needs for understanding things more efficiently or a necessary asset that is required for our own development and growth. Seeing this in architecture, it's significant to explore other areas in the nature of architecture rather than just the parameters of its design and art concepts embedded within.
    The realitivity in Architecture
     
  • Architecture in Gen Z Perception
    By Aileen Zaldana: This blog will discuss and explore new ways of how to think and see architecture through a Gen Z's eyes. It will talk about experiences, and the new perception of the world.
    Architecture in Gen Z Perception
     
  • My Perspective
    By hillarylu: Just seeing architecture through my perspective.
    My Perspective
     
  • Change the Narrative - Rewriting the Fundamentals of Architecture
    By Kayla Castro: This blog will explore a rewriting of the fundamentals of architecture.
    Change the Narrative
     
  • Sergio's Blog
    By Sergio Santos: My blog would focus on the different perspectives we can view architecture and what problems architects need to take considerations.
    Sergio's Blog
     
  • Reimagining Architecture and Design
    By Jessica Gomez: This blog will explore new ways to think of architecture and design.
    Reimagining Architecture and Design
     
  • Architecture inspired by Music - How music inspires the design of an architect/Architecture. To designate the similarities of music and architecture.
    By Rafael Aguilar: Music is always or never thought of as having a relation to architecture. Even if it is, I utilize music as more of an drive to an inspiration to a work of architecture.
    Architecture inspired by Music
     
  • Christopher Parsley Blogs
    By Christopher Parsley: Looking at how forms are used to either create a direct circulation to tell a story, or how it can be used to create a tie to its site and what is already pre-existing there.
    Christopher Parsley Blogs
     
  • Empowering women in the field of architecture
    By Mariz Youssef: Thoughts about architecture school, design, and cultures. I would love to share some personal experiences and motivate everyone. Inspire students, women, and everyone to achieve their dreams and never give up.
    Empowering women in the field of architecture
     
  • Giselle's Blog
    By Giselle Yeh: In this blog I will be discussing about the different types of architecture and architectural theories that revolve around the world.
    Giselle's Blog
     
  • Architecture
    By tatianahajjar: Architecture can be a lot of things. I can write pages after pages about all the thing architecture is connected to. This blog is that platform for me; to be able to express my passion for architecture through writing and my experiences along the way.
    Architecture
     
  • ALTA-NYC - Observations & Ruminations
    By natcheng, brentsolomon: Design / Architecture / Art / Pop-Culture / Current Events
    ALTA-NYC
    ALTA-NYC
     
  • Reflections on Academia - Woodbury University SoA
    By Sean Joyner: My reflections, thoughts, ideas, and observations during my time working and teaching at Woodbury School of Architecture in Burbank, CA.
    Woodbury University
    Reflections on Academia
     
  • Newton's Notes
    By Erin Sharp Newton: Architecture, Design, Humanity.
    NK Architects
    Newton's Notes
     
  • Ampdesign Inc. - Architecture + Art + Design
    By Ampdesign: Ampdesign is an Architecture + Art + Design company.
    Ampdesign Inc.
     
  • #BACbuzz - The latest news and events happening at the Boston Architectural College
    By deancascieri: The #BACbuzz blog will help to inform, educate, and share relevant and noteworthy architectural and design news happening within the Boston Architectural College and around the Boston community.
    #BACbuzz
     
  • Untapped
    By Juste Tresor: We live in unprecedented times of challenges, and yet full of opportunities for the field of architecture. More than ever before, our area of expertise is entrenched in a broader range of issues stretching from cultural, environmental, public health, and social equity. What is so special about our training that makes it relevant to a myriad of global issues? The simple answer is our ability to synthesize complex issues and give them a legible form.
    Untapped
     
  • Empirical Architecture - Quantifiable holistic approach for improving health and performance of the built environment
    By Eric Knight: Quantifiable holistic approach for improving health and performance of the built environment without dogmatic ideological barriers. Focusing on common sense and practical solutions that can improve our living ecosystem.
    Empirical Architecture
     
  • 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
     
  • Linguae Recta - Non-Conventional Critique in Favour of Objectivity
    By Linguae Recta: I am starting this blog to present critical views on contemporary topics, which are often dealt with in a superficial manner by mainstream media.

    The relevance of this blog to architects is drawn through my experience in the architecture industry & community since my early years in education. Topics include critique on architectural education, journalism, trends and professional challenges.

    Any opinions expressed do not reflect those of my employer.
    Linguae Recta
     




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