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.
San Francisco’s annual Architecture and the City Festival kick’s off at the end of the month with its opening party on August 30th. However, if you are interested in participating in the tours, the discussions, movies and more, you may want to consider picking-up your event tickets sooner rather than later. The festival is celebrating its 10 year anniversary as the nation’s largest architectural festival of its kind.
A new Sculpturalism, lifts the lid on thirty-eight major and emerging architecture practices within the city of Los Angeles.
A great way to bring clients to your office, is by hosting an exhibit. This week MKThink partnered with the Department of Architecture to open the Lost in Translation Exhibit. The exhibit takes place in the lobby of the architecture firm’s office, the infinite Roundhouse One building in San Francisco’s office.