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Practice of Architecture | 2018/02/20

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The Business of Architecture

2014/01/09 |

As a profession we are better off working together than we are as individuals. After all, Architects are known for coordinating an orchestra of client stakeholders, community stakeholders, consultants, and contractors. Enoch Sears, AIA is doing just that with his website, the Business of Architecture.

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Bryan Almquist: Helping Architects with Archetris

2013/11/13 |

Bryan Almquist is taking the term software architect to heart by launching his own architectural software start-up not too far from the watchful eyes of silicon valley. What is he designing? Archetris, a product that can actually help architects through the programming and design phases. Learn more about Bryan and his new endeavor after the jump.

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Natasha Case: Architecture Ice Cream Aficionado

2013/10/24 |

Natasha Case exemplifies an individual using her architecture background to push the boundaries of traditional practice. In 2009, while working in architecture for Disney Imagineering, she founded Coolhaus with Freyer Estreller. The success of the architecturally-inspired ice cream sandwiches have grown into an empire larger than most architecture firms with mobile locations (food trucks) in Los Angeles, New York City, Austin and Dallas as well as two brick and mortar locations in LA.

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Revolutionizing Healthcare in Silicon Valley

2013/10/14 |

Can an algorithm design a smarter hospital? The individuals at Aditazz seem to think so. The broader question is whether or not this technology is applicable to other sectors within our field.

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The Pace of Architecture

2013/10/08 |

Mark Miller, CEO of MKThink considers the innovation gap between the spaces we design and how they are used with changing technology.

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Urban Observatory: A New Way to Compare Cities Side by Side, From the Creator of TED

2013/09/04 |

Richard Saul Wurman, creator of TED, launched the Urban Observatory to compare cities data against one another, side-by-side, on the same scale. The notion is a follow-up to a book he published in 1962 featuring models of 50 world cities on the same scale.  Read More

I Am an Architect Video Spoof

2013/08/01 |

What happens when a product manufacturer creates a spoof video of Architects? YKK AP has the answer.
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Increase Diversity in the Profession: Support Worldstudio AIGA Scholarships on IndieGogo

2013/07/24 |

Help diversify the design profession by supporting Worldstudio AIGA Scholarships on IndiGogo. Since 1995, Worldstudio AIGA Scholarships has awarded more than $930,000 to 637 students. This year they are hoping to surpass the $1,000,000 mark, and have already raised $30,000. You have the opportunity to support the scholarships by helping them reach $70,000 total.

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BIM Storm, Going Beyond Desktop Applications of BIM

2013/07/23 |

Building Information Modeling (BIM) is often thought of as a desktop application associated with software products such a Revit, ArchiCAD, VectorWorks, etc. However the Wikipedia definition denotes BIM as “a process involving the generation and management of digital representations of physical and functional characteristics of a facility.” Kimon Onuma has been utilizing BIM to its full definition through applications he calls BIMStorms and further helping owners organize all the data that the building and its users are constantly updating.

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AEC-APPS Crowdsourcing Software for the AEC Industry

2013/07/17 |

Want to make sure that you are in the cutting edge of the latest technologies available to the AEC industry? AEC-Apps is a crowdsourced library of software apps (also known as applications) that support the AEC industry.

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