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                                    From the Treetops #3: Is Art Redefining the Architecture of Sacramento?

                                    Temporary, multi-disciplinary arts projects are transforming the proverbial "white cube" gallery town by elevating the discourse around what art can be and the potential spaces it could occupy.

                                     
                                    by Jason A. Silva, AIA, LEED AP

                                    红桃棋牌官网March 8, 2018

                                    From the treetops
                                    (© Dreyfuss + Blackford Architecture)
                                    One-on-One: Craig Bassam and Scott Fellows: "If a product is designed and crafted well, it should not go out of fashion."

                                    红桃棋牌官网BassamFellows' "Craftsman Modern" is based on the partners' devotion to Modernist architecture, high-level craftsmanship, and the use of beautiful, natural materials.

                                     
                                    by Vladimir Belogolovsky

                                    March 1, 2018

                                    Tractor Stools in solid carved walnut
                                    (BassamFellows)

                                    Nuts + Bolts #16: What's in a Name?

                                    红桃棋牌官网Branding can be a bit of a foreign concept to established (and even to newer) architecture firms. Here are some central takeaways from a firm rebranding itself after 40 years in practice.

                                     
                                    by Guy Geier, FAIA, FIIDA, LEED AP

                                    February 15, 2018


                                    (Johnathan Ward)
                                    Educating Future Architects to Think Like Curious Clients

                                    红桃棋牌官网Expanding architectural education to include more about client consciousness is a key to enriching the profession.

                                     
                                    by Norman Weinstein

                                    红桃棋牌官网February 8, 2018


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                                    INSIGHT: Thinking Outside the Big Box

                                    Gone are the days when the question was: What retailer can take this large space? The question now is: How can the box be reinvented to create experience and community?

                                     
                                    by Simon Perkowitz, AIA

                                    February 6, 2018

                                    At Provo Towne Centre, a formerly underutilized area is being redeveloped as an ice rink in the winter and a sports field and concert venue in the summer.
                                    (KTGY Architecture + Planning)
                                    Architectural Education at the Crossroads?

                                    红桃棋牌官网Educators Duo Dickinson and Phil Bernstein look in opposite directions when assessing architecture school quality - but the next architecture school transformation may emerge from where no one is looking.

                                     
                                    红桃棋牌官网by Norman Weinstein

                                    February 1, 2018


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                                    "Five Artists + Architecture" at the Spitzer School of Architecture, City College of New York

                                    The variety of works by the five fine artists/teachers illustrates the breadth of opportunity available to students to integrate a range of visual arts studies into their studio design education and design research work.

                                     
                                    by Lance Jay Brown, FAIA

                                    February 1, 2018

                                    Irma Ostroff: Untitled, 2015-16; oil on linen; 20" x 20" each
                                    (©Lance Jay Brown)
                                    From Warehouse to Wired Green Workspace

                                    The Alliance Center in Denver, designed by Gensler for the Alliance for Sustainable Colorado, offers a model for how aging buildings can be transformed into thriving, sustainability-focused, collaborative workspaces.

                                     
                                    by Ashley Lovell, Ph.D.

                                    红桃棋牌官网January 25, 2018

                                    The Alliance Center is centrally located in Lower Downtown Denver (LoDo).
                                    (David Lauer Photography)

                                    Left Coast Reflections #4: Iceberg Architecture

                                    红桃棋牌官网A London cabbie asked if we had heard of the "iceberg houses." We should keep our pencils above grade most of the time. And we should support theories that preserve real icebergs before they trickle away completely.

                                     
                                    by Charles F. Bloszies, FAIA

                                    January 18, 2018

                                    Left Coast Reflections
                                    (Courtney Broaddus)
                                    Q&A: Marwa Al-Sabouni on mass housing, sustainability, and the social role of architecture

                                    红桃棋牌官网"Architects and planners have the responsibility to be engaged in the lives of those for whom they design - and offer solutions. We often lack this in our profession."

                                     
                                    红桃棋牌官网by Clotilde Angelucci

                                    January 11, 2018

                                    “Tree Unit” is Marwa Al-Sabouni’s submission to the 2014 UN-Habitat Mass Housing Revitalization Competition. It won first place in the national results for Syria.
                                    (Marwa Al-Sabouni)

                                    Chrysalis of Crystal

                                    The award-winning Bahá'í Temple of South America, designed by Hariri Pontarini Architects, proffers a new kind of sacred space.

                                     
                                    红桃棋牌官网by Michael J. Crosbie

                                    红桃棋牌官网December 21, 2017

                                    Bahá’í Temple of South America: At the center of the dome is a small oculus that displays the Arabic words “The Greatest Name.”
                                    (Michael J. Crosbie)
                                    Best Architecture & Design Books of 2017: The Underside Keeps Turning

                                    红桃棋牌官网This year's best reading subverts shopworn stylistic and historic categories.

                                     
                                    红桃棋牌官网by Norman Weinstein

                                    红桃棋牌官网December 21, 2017

                                    "WORKac: We’ll Get There When We Cross That Bridge" by Amale Andraos and Dan Wood
                                    (The Monacelli Press)

                                    Drama in Architecture: Three Books that Defy Expectations

                                    These choices are well off the beaten path but enjoyable in the views of the road least taken.

                                     
                                    红桃棋牌官网by Christian Bjone

                                    December 19, 2017

                                    “World Film Locations” series
                                    (Intellect Ltd.)
                                    Time for Jazzing Up Architectural Imagination?

                                    A monumental catalogue of a great exhibition architects need more than they may know - hurry to Cleveland if you missed it in Manhattan. Explore "The Jazz Age: American Style in the 1920s."

                                     
                                    红桃棋牌官网by Norman Weinstein

                                    December 14, 2017

                                    “The Jazz Age: American Style in the 1920s” cover: detail of “Muse with Violin Screen” (1930) by Paul Fehér (wrought iron, brass; silver and gold plating).
                                    (© Rose Iron Works Collections, LLC (full credits at end of article))

                                    Arthur Cotton Moore: Bold Citizen-Architect

                                    Some of the ideas seem impractical. Others would be ruinously expensive. Still others are sensible and ought to be considered, or at least admired for their audacity. A sampling from Moore's new book, "Our Nation's Capital: Pro Bono Publico Ideas."

                                     
                                    by Fred A. Bernstein

                                    红桃棋牌官网December 14, 2017

                                    Pavilion near the National Building Museum to house a Panorama of Washington, DC.
                                    (©Arthur Cotton Moore)
                                    One-on-One: "I Don't Have Any Competitors Because My Projects Are Unique": Interview with Zhang Hua

                                    红桃棋牌官网The Tianjin, China-based architect talks about why architecture needs theory, fractal geometry, teaching, and how seeing a Gaudí for the first time made him cry.

                                     
                                    by Vladimir Belogolovsky

                                    December 8, 2017

                                    Yu Qingcheng Gallery, Tianjin
                                    (Zhang Hua)

                                    "rise in the city" UPDATE #2: Online Benefit Auction Continues!

                                    红桃棋牌官网Just in time for the holidays (and only until December 15!), a cornucopia of creativity - there's something for everyone (including that difficult-to-shop-for friend, colleague, and relative - or yourself!).

                                     
                                    by gsqeg8w.icu

                                    红桃棋牌官网November 30, 2017

                                    Sarah Springer/Jacobs Architects: "We Are ALL Immigrants" (encaustic on cradled birch panel, 24" x  24")
                                    (Sarah Springer/Jacobs Architects / rise)
                                    Stormy Weather: Landscape Design Responses for a Changing Climate

                                    红桃棋牌官网As designers and engineers move forward to adapt communities to changing weather patterns, providing flood protection while integrating social and ecological benefits will generate value and multi-functional infrastructure.

                                     
                                    by Steve Albert, PE, CFM, Josiah Cain, ASLA, Prentiss Darden, MLA, and Jim Remlin, PE, LEED AP

                                    红桃棋牌官网November 9, 2017

                                    Mirabeau Water Garden, New Orleans (Waggonner & Ball): A key building block of the larger Greater New Orleans Urban Water Plan, Living With Water.
                                    (Waggonner & Ball)

                                    From the Treetops #2: Sacramento Riverfront Development Brings New Life to an Overlooked Part of River City

                                    There is a laundry-list of possibilities for creating those oh-so important physical and the more elusive perceived connections to our urban waterfront. Critical to the success of riverfront development: access, activation, and awareness.

                                     
                                    by Jason A. Silva, AIA, LEED AP

                                    红桃棋牌官网November 2, 2017

                                    From the treetops
                                    ((c) Dreyfuss + Blackford Architecture)
                                    Left Coast Reflections #3: The Wall

                                    红桃棋牌官网The wall may never be built, but the real damage the Trump Administration is likely to inflict on the built environment will have lasting consequences.

                                     
                                    by Charles F. Bloszies, FAIA

                                    红桃棋牌官网October 26, 2017

                                    Left Coast Reflections
                                    (Courtney Broaddus)


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