Introduction to Videos
The Videos feature allows you to upload videos and share them across the web, watch Martin Saarinen's
video shown on the MyarchN's Media Player.
To start click the + Add Videos
and you will be prompted with the options to use the bulk media uploader and add up to 30 videos at… Continue
Added by MyarchN Team on November 29, 2009 at 1:00pm —
Introduction to Images
The Image feature allows you to upload images and share them across the web. You can use the bulk media uploader to add up to 100 images at a time to your profile page, or import images from your Flickr account. Those images could be organize by creating albums that could be shown anywhere on the internet as a… Continue
Added by MyarchN Team on November 29, 2009 at 12:00pm —
Introduction to Blogs
Your profile page comes equipped with your very own blog
, which could be used to share about anything that is related to the subject of architecture, let us know about yourself and gain a following.
To begin a blog post all you do is to click the + Add a Blog Post link and start writing.
Write a… Continue
Added by MyarchN Team on November 29, 2009 at 10:30am —
Introduction to Profile Pages
When you join MyarchN, you get your own profile page. This is your space to share information about yourself, connect with other members, and show off your content.
Your profile page comes with your very own blog, which could be used to share your knowledge and opinions about anything that is related to the subject of architecture, let us know about yourself and gain a following. Your profile page also has a text box, a versatile feature… Continue
Added by MyarchN Team on November 28, 2009 at 7:00pm —
A “Sushi” USB memory stick made by an artisan in Asakusa, Tokyo. It shows the combination of the traditional Japanese artisan skills and the modern technology. “Sushi” USB memory stick
Added by Minimalist Design on November 26, 2009 at 5:12pm —
WOW! By case I have discovered the following in the Library of MyarchN:
Somebody had listed the English translation of the most important book of the 20th century: Bollnow's "Human Space"! Its main point: Human space is not the same like the space concept of physics, astronomy and the universe. The Human concept of space looks back on a long historical or anthropological evolution and it is not homogeneous like universal space, but functions according to human conditions, movement… Continue
Added by Nold Egenter on November 25, 2009 at 1:52am —
"Animism is a word derived from the Latin Anima which means breath, breath of life, and hence carries with it the idea of the soul or spirit. Animism may be thought of as the doctrine or theory of the soul"
Does todays architecture have a soul?
Added by Neil Rocher on November 20, 2009 at 2:03pm —
So do you think Fashion can be on Architecture??? Hmm… I’m afraid it could be. And it could be more perky and spry as what you imagine. But this is not as cheaper as what Rent the Runway
do. Since architecture along with fashion is quite innovative and trendy in many ways. Anyway, here are some reasons why they could… Continue
Added by MiloO on November 18, 2009 at 4:37am —
A response to my query. So soon?! Not all that suprising, I guess, but this may be one good example of green architecture and scul
pture that compares to concrete. And so does, of course, stone
Added by MFX Design and Consultancy on November 17, 2009 at 11:00am —
These ducklings hatched before the normal period of emergence of ducks to light - in the autumn, not spring. Therefore, fearing that the ducklings-morons die on the street, the farmer was forced to take them into the house. Well, now they are entertaining as he can. Soon adoptee will be transferred to the Animal Rescue Center, where he will stay until March. They were then released into the wild.…
Added by Liza Panina on November 16, 2009 at 12:12pm —
Her work is widely known abroad, her name is entered in the British and American encyclopedia of naive art. And, of course, "the artist", she never studied. Took up his brush Elena Andreyevna in 45 years. Life evolved in such a way that was never to art. Mother was a peasant, his father - a lifeguard on the River Northern Donets. They lived in the Ukrainian city Chuguyev. During his long life Volkova changed many professions. And yet, become an artist.… Continue
Added by Liza Panina on November 16, 2009 at 12:05pm —
To get backstage Lido - are not easy. Our guide was the director, Jose Carvalho, who had worked for 5 years in Russia, Arkady Novikov. We saw the dressing room, looked at how the scene how to manage the music and sound. The final chord of the steel delicious dinner and show ...
Cabaret Lido was opened in 1946 to the year of, and in the 1977th, it moved into its present building on the Champs Elysees:…
Added by Liza Panina on November 16, 2009 at 2:48am —
TECHNICAL ISSUES. As a plasterer, sculptor, and designer, I love the use of decorative concrete in interior construction and contemporary design, however one of the things that I dislike about it is the aspect of emissions that come from concrete. Not only are there emissions created during the production of concrete, but the cementious ingredient in the concrete recipe still gives off emissions in your home. This is probably small in relation to the amount vapours that all the fabricated… Continue
Added by MFX Design and Consultancy on November 14, 2009 at 7:00pm —
As noted in a previous blog “Looking for Unbiased Information” I had some unit owners from a Connecticut condominium community ask me to evaluate the condition of their cedar siding. This request was prompted because the community’s board of directors had hired an out-of-state engineering firm to inspect the siding and provide a report that would strongly recommend removing all the cedar siding from 54 units and replace with vinyl siding. The project had bids ranging from $830,000 to over… Continue
Added by Milton Gregory Grew on November 14, 2009 at 3:21am —
We launched some improvements to the way email notifications work on the Network. These changes are designed to make email notifications work consistently across features and get to the freshest and most active members and activity across MyarchN conveniently. This release includes:
1- The option for you to receive an email when a new member joins the MyarchN Network
2- Upping the private messages to 4,000 characters
3- More options to follow a particular video, photo,… Continue
Added by MyarchN Team on November 11, 2009 at 1:30pm —
is a bilingual space dedicated to share a three year architectural design experience...
Due to the nature of the proposal, the site will inlude quite a number of images [sketches, photos, digital drawings, etc.]
The idea is to develop nine architectural prototype projects [3/year(3years)=9] to generate evolved sustainable proposals for different types of urban dwelling [located in Mexico City]. Last generation bioclimatic technologies, new space… Continue
Added by luis vicente flores on November 11, 2009 at 2:40am —
The Shapes of Hardcore Architecture
By N. Frankowski and C. García (WAI)
Modern Architecture was a fashion statement. Coated with an ideology of social impromptu and urban reconstruction, it seems undeniable and remarkable that the dominant gene of the Modern Movement’s DNA was its aesthetics.
Everything, from the “hygienic” appearance of its white villas, to its revolutionary materials—glass, steel and concrete, to its grid-restricted urban plans and… Continue
Added by Vicente Gascó Gómez on November 7, 2009 at 4:30pm —
Recently, I often do the counting: how many media outdoor advertising at the same time are in my field of vision. Usually obtained from 8 to 20. Most often they are 8-10, but 18-20 is also not uncommon. (for comparison, in Paris was an average of 1-4, in a particularly crowded places 6-8).
Also, besides the quantitative factor is quality. The quality of the vast majority of Moscow billboards like shit. Uneven surface… Continue
Added by Liza Panina on November 7, 2009 at 2:00pm —
Saturday, 31st oct. 2009 - we had after expo mingle party @ hülsta studio
which ended with a nice movie recomended by Gheorghe Preda, the film director of Ingerul necesar
("An angel hooked on me" by Gheorghe Preda, 2007).
Both these films are extremelly interesting as VIEWS, and l kindly recomend them to… Continue
Added by se_cris on November 1, 2009 at 11:00am —