Day: January 5, 2018

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Master information architecture

If you want to learn the concepts of information architecture and start practicing it yourself, you should come to in April, where will run a full-day workshop and follow it up with a talk at the conference that will help...Read More
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KUCZIA Architect – Arch2O.com

Using untreated larch wood and black fibre cement panels to optimise solar energy gain, this lake in Poland is a pretty good example of how to be sustainable and respectful with the environment. Courtesy of KUCZIA Architect This sustainable house...Read More
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Future Architecture Platform – CALL FOR IDEAS 2018

With the 3rd Call for Ideas the Future Architecture platform invites multi-disciplinary emerging creatives who work on transformative projects and ideas for the future of architecture to apply for participation in the European Architecture Program in 2018. The Future Architecture platform...Read More
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Hostile architecture around the world

Photos:The rise of hostile architecture Washington DC, United States–Hostile architecture is a form of urban design that aims to prevent people from lingering in public spaces. The armrests on this red bench, for example, prevent people from sleeping on it....Read More
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Norwalk seeks architect for school construction projects

On Tuesday morning, representatives of several-dozen architectural firms attended a pre-bid submission conference held by the Norwalk Purchasing Department at Ponus Ridge School on Hunters Lane. In April, the council approved $41.9 million in capital funding to build a new...Read More