Architects are not necessarily known for being business savvy, so I was admittedly surprised to see three honorees who work in or are advocates of the built environment make Fast Company’s 2013 List of 100 Most Creative People in Business.
Citizens are doing more and more to improve their hometown, even undertaking guerrilla like tactics to plant trees. Susie Cagle over at Grist has a great article with ideas for individuals to get their city fix on.
OpenLearn, the home of free learning from The Open University, recently launched their introduction to design thinking a series of six video vignettes, Design in a Nutshell.
The six different videos walk everyone through what OpenLearn has identified as the …
Following the hub-bub surrounding the Pritzker Prize petition on Change.org, AIA New York is petitioning the national membership organization to change the AIA Gold Medal rules to allow partners to apply.
Designed for adults of all ages, Blockitecture is a collection of hexagonal blocks that are capable of nesting together in a variety of formations. The unique design of the blocks create cantilevers that are often found in contemporary architecture.
Cathleen McGuigan, editor-in-chief of Architectural Record, makes a presentation to Harvard University’s Graduate School of Design. In a conversation with her fellow Loeb Alumni, the current Loeb class, and architecture students she looks at “Women and the Changing World of Architecture.” The real question is whether or not the profession has really changed?