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06.05.14: Observed

House Housing
Opening today is House Housing: An Untimely History of Architecture and Real Estate in Nineteen Episodes — the first public presentation of a multi-year research project conducted by the Temple Hoyne Buell Center for the Study of American Architecture at Columbia University.
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04.04.14: Observed

Shape: A Film About Design
Shape is a short film that is part of MakeShapeChange , a project aimed at young people to get them thinking about how the world is made around them and where design fits in.
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03.24.14: Observed

Deventer
In Deventer, the Netherlands, a routine real estate deal and demolition became the site of innovation and new intelligence in urban design.
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03.18.14: Observed

Liget Budapest International Architectural Design Competition
Four competitions. Five buildings. Six institutions. The Liget Budapest Project is possibly the world’s most extensive architectural competition in 2014.
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12.24.13: Observed

Fairy Tale Architecture
A roundup of our holiday Fairy Tale Architecture posts.
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08.20.13: Observed

Making Big Things Out of Small Pieces
Researchers at MIT have developed a super strong material created out of interlocking small parts
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08.16.13: Observed

Reimagining the Serpentine Pavilion
Sou Fujimoto is the youngest-ever artist to design a pavilion for the Serpentine Gallery
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05.22.13: Observed

Flickr Collection of the Week: Are these Buildings? Or Art?
Images of architecture as art.
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05.20.13: Observed

Wheelwright Prize 2013 Winner
Gia Wolff, Brooklyn-based architect, wins $100,000 travel grant for her proposal Floating City: The Community-Based Architecture of Parade Floats.
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05.15.13: Observed

Michigan Modern: Design that Shaped America
Michigan was an epicenter of modern design in postwar America, this summer the story will be told through a symposium at the Cranbrook Educational Community and an exhibition at the Cranbrook Art Museum.
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10.17.12: Observed

NYC Architecture Design Film Festival
Now in its fourth season, the Architecture Design Film Festival will offer more than 25 films from around the world and panel discussions with design leaders and filmmakers.
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06.20.12: Observed

CRITICAL: Lisbon
CRITICAL: Lisbon is a one-week workshop in July dedicated to talking, writing, and publishing critically about architecture.
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05.17.12: William Drenttel

The Hypothetical Development Organization
The Hypothetical Development Organization will be included in the 13th International Venice Architecture Biennale.
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05.16.12: Observed

The Architecture of Television
Brandi Roberts is an interior designer by training and TV afficionado by choice who draws fictional floorplans of classic television shows.
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05.16.12: Alexandra Lange

Women, Equity, Architecture
Parlour, a new Australian site with the tagline"Women, Equity, Architecture", has a dual project: creating a forum for discussion of and opportunities for women in architecture, and reporting on research, scholarship and the history of the same.
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05.10.12: Observed

A Pattern Language
Alexandra Lange reviews A Pattern Language by Christopher Alexander.
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