Split a batch of students in circles-design, documentation
Added by Manuj Darshan on April 30, 2009 at 9:33am —
Theo Edmond's art gala in SoHo last week was simply amazing. If you have some extra money to invest, he is the artist to invest in! He is off to Paris for a show, believe me they will pay triple for what he is presently charging now. Absolutely wonderful!
My wife Maggie, R.J. Masi World Construction General Manager Mark, and myself (RJ Masi), were lucky enough to have been invited. The chemistry of the NYC band,… Continue
Added by R.J. MASI on April 28, 2009 at 2:30am —
My favorite color is Green:
The newest color selections have further developed way beyond just interior design and fashion, but more of lifestyles. The solution is to utilize and use color to your advantage, as it is often a subliminal influence. RKAI Interiors understands the color psychology and the cultural differences and have learned to layer hues from light to dark, subtle to bold, to achieve the final pleasing result.
Along with blue, green has been determined the most… Continue
Added by Don Rataj on April 24, 2009 at 12:14pm —
"mere sau nu mere"... can mean "apples or not apples" as well as it can mean "it fits or it doesnt fit"...at all! (l should complete)
even after 20 years of slowest development possible, romania proves the most lack of professionalism: a "great company" that synthetize and promote in "the best way" possible (as to be read the oposite) our country for 2010 international exhibition in shanghai. the authors… Continue
Added by se_cris on April 23, 2009 at 5:30pm —
My point of view may be a bit skewed for some of you but I’m throwing it out there anyways. Miami
and Miami Beach
, for the most part, are devoid of good architecture
. Yes you heard right - we have some fun Arquitectonica
buildings (which many will question their worth) and lately some known architects have been invited into the mix. We really need to look around our city and see that we really don’t even have an… Continue
Added by Ines Hegedus-Garcia on April 21, 2009 at 7:30pm —
As someone who spent a long, long time in school (and mostly loved it) this wry, funny note from Dr Garry Stevens highlights some of my own questions about modern academia:
"If medicine was taught like architecture, first-year med students would spend most of the year describing exciting ideas about completely hypothetical surgical techniques to their tutors. Along the way they would reluctantly attend lectures about the human body and how to take someone's blood pressure. All this… Continue
Added by Elizabeth on April 19, 2009 at 12:26pm —
Added by Robert Mejia on April 19, 2009 at 11:28am —
The classroom of the future.
The future according to whom?
Historically, the position of developed countries has been to believe that they have all the correct answers. This has led them to believe they have the right to impose its political system, their beliefs and their technology to anyone who does not comply with his unerring standard.
As an architect (at least here in Mexico) we are taught to first understand the people conditions of life (culture), their needs and wants… Continue
Added by Iñigo Ortiz Monasterio on April 15, 2009 at 9:08am —
Added by Edi Gardner on April 15, 2009 at 7:30am —
Added by Edi Gardner on April 14, 2009 at 8:00am —
I am a third year architecture student from School of Planning and Architecture, Delhi and I am looking for a summer training for 6 weeks in June either in India or abroad. My resume is posted on my page. Please do suggest or let me know if any internship programmes are available for that time.
Thanks a lot
Added by Vidushie on April 12, 2009 at 8:37am —
Added by se_cris on April 9, 2009 at 3:36pm —
Added by Edi Gardner on April 9, 2009 at 8:49am —
From Duchamp’s 1917 irreverent masterpiece (or trash, depending on one’s viewpoint) to high-tech Japanese toilets that do (nearly) everything for one, the lowly loo deserves a second look.
Love it or hate it, Marcel Duchamp’s explosive deconstruction of art ushered in modernism powerfully. Redefining the nature of art to include the spectator’s interpretation as a necessary part of its continuous creation is a concept now fundamental to our understanding of art.
Added by Elizabeth on April 9, 2009 at 4:11am —
'You are your brothers keeper'...'love thy neighbor'...worthy beliefs learned in the nurture of childhood and repeated often on our way to working world where our indoctrination begins with 'all is fair in war and business' and this becomes our corporate face as we perfect our 'talk one thing and walk another' talents... first, as a 'just once' compromise, but soon a habit we cannot quit...and then slowly, quietly love also sneaks into this mantra of our horrific mindset.
And so it is that… Continue
Added by Michael McKenzie on April 2, 2009 at 2:30pm —
Did you know that the first known use of the word sustainability was in the early 1500’s, in relation to mining?
You can play with this groovy interactive chart
and reveal relationships and timelines related to one of the most important issues of our time.
Thanks to technology from Google maps and the Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis
, and… Continue
Added by Elizabeth on April 1, 2009 at 3:29pm —