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                              What is "Quiet Design" and Why Should It Matter? Some Troubling Queries for Cathleen McGuigan and Sundry Fans of "Architectural Quietism"

                              Can great architecture be so subdued that we remain unconscious of even experiencing it as architecture?

                               
                              红桃棋牌官网by Norman Weinstein

                              红桃棋牌官网January 24, 2014

                              Caravaggio's "The Cardsharps" (c. 1595) in the Kimbell Museum’s Piano Pavilion
                              (Lee Rosenbaum)
                              Lost in Space: Calori & Vanden-Eynden on the Positive Payoffs of Integrated EGD

                              Ever been lost in a building, feeling your stress level rise by the minute? If so, the lack of effective EGD - environmental graphic design - is very likely the culprit.

                               
                              红桃棋牌官网by Claire Wilson

                              January 10, 2014

                              New materials and lighting techniques add sparkle and color to the identification sign designed by Calori & Vanden-Eynden Design Consultants (C&VE) for the Ocean Financial Center in Singapore; architect: Pelli Clarke Pelli Architects.
                              (Tim Nolan)

                              One-on-One: Architecture is not exactly global: Interview with Orlando Garcia

                              The Colombian architect talks about how good architecture and urban design can reach the greatest number of ordinary people.

                               
                              by Vladimir Belogolovsky

                              December 20, 2013

                              Fernando Botero Library Park façade study, Medellín, Colombia, 2011
                              (©Orlando Garcia)
                              Nuts + Bolts #7: Leveraging Your Passion

                              红桃棋牌官网Principals already know what they love to do. It is learning to let go of the other, more mundane tasks that they find difficult.

                               
                              by Steve Whitehorn

                              December 12, 2013


                              (Johnathan Ward)

                              INSIGHT: The Place of Architecture as an Art Form in the Changing Cultural Landscape

                              红桃棋牌官网The fine arts today do not have the shared social purpose they once did. But the built environment is different. Architecture is a collective art form and a collective endeavor.

                               
                              红桃棋牌官网by Peter Gisolfi, AIA, ASLA, LEED AP

                              December 4, 2013

                              New York City’s 5th Avenue, looking south to the Washington Square Arch, is architecturally coherent.
                              (Robert Mintzes)
                              It is always Friday afternoon in Dealey Plaza

                              An urban setting seared into the national consciousness.

                               
                              by Michael J. Crosbie, Ph.D., FAIA

                              November 22, 2013

                              Dealey Plaza
                              (Dallas City Directory)

                              Nuts + Bolts #6: Changing Habits: The Secret to Successful Time Management

                              红桃棋牌官网Some practical steps to make time for business development when you've been avoiding it or aren't sure how to fit it into your day-to-day practice.

                               
                              by Donna Maltzan

                              October 24, 2013


                              (Johnathan Ward)
                              You Get Learning Units for This? A Weekend at the Monterey Design Conference

                              Dinners were better, breakfast was not, but the weather was stunning, and the AIACC did a great job recruiting regional, national, and international architects.

                               
                              红桃棋牌官网by Kenneth Caldwell

                              红桃棋牌官网October 22, 2013

                              Asilomar’s Merrill Hall, designed by Julia Morgan
                              (Kenneth Caldwell)

                              Op-Ed: Which "Past" Should Architects Embrace and Why? Posing Alternatives to Architectural Nostalgia

                              Witold Rybczynski's "How Architecture Works: A Humanist's Toolkit" might be his most urbanely written and sensibly organized books - but his traditional definition of architecture’s past might be passé.

                               
                              by Norman Weinstein

                              红桃棋牌官网October 11, 2013


                              Book Review: "Never Built Los Angeles" by Sam Lubell and Greg Goldin; foreword by Thom Mayne

                              The contradictions and challenges of Los Angeles as a metropolitan conceit of perpetual promise continue.

                               
                              by Sam Hall Kaplan

                              September 20, 2013

                              Cover image: Pereira and Luckman, LAX original Plan, 1952
                              (Courtesy LAWA Flight Path Learning Center)

                              Monterey Design Conference: 1 Mile of Beach. 3 Days. 20 Speakers. 50 Hours. 100s of Conversations. 1,000s of Ideas

                              红桃棋牌官网The Julia Morgan-designed Asilomar Conference Grounds in Pacific Grove, CA, will be abuzz at the biennial event September 27-29, 2013.

                               
                              红桃棋牌官网by Julie D. Taylor, Hon. AIA/LA

                              September 6, 2013

                              Pristine ocean view from the Asilomar Conference Grounds.
                              (John Scourkes)
                              Architects EAT Melbourne

                              红桃棋牌官网How things are panning out on Melbourne's burgeoning skyline is questionable. But in the shadow of those weird towers, firms like Architects EAT are doing work that is subtle, refined, location-appropriate, and very beautiful.

                               
                              by Jonathan Lerner

                              红桃棋牌官网August 20, 2013

                              Pulse Apartments: “Stacking Mies” repeats a photo of Mies van der Rohe turned sideways, which roughly duplicates the pattern of the buildings’ façades.
                              (Architects EAT)

                              The Blob That Could Eat Los Angeles

                              红桃棋牌官网The history of our ill-fated Los Angeles County Museum of Art is told in "The Presence of the Past: Peter Zumthor Reconsiders LACMA": I'm a fan of Zumthor, but this building could be cool almost anywhere else.

                               
                              by Julie D. Taylor, Hon. AIA/LA

                              August 8, 2013

                              Peter Zumthor’s proposed new LACMA scheme dwarfs the surrounding context.
                              (©2013 Museum Associates/LACMA)
                              Nuts + Bolts #5: Why Mid-Sized Design Firms Should Hire a Director of Operations

                              红桃棋牌官网Hiring a DOO has the potential to significantly increase revenues while creating an environment where designers design, not manage!

                               
                              红桃棋牌官网by Michael Bernard, AIA, and Mary Breuer

                              August 6, 2013


                              (Johnathan Ward)

                              A Conversation with Gordon Young, Author of "Teardown: Memoir of a Vanishing City"

                              Place is not always the result of the work of well-intended design professionals.

                               
                              by Kenneth Caldwell

                              July 12, 2013


                              Saarinen's TWA Terminal Revisited

                              红桃棋牌官网It was great to move once again within this swooping, multi-level building with its sunken lounges, suspended bridges, and shallow steps that invite gliding rather than climbing (and that tile work!).

                               
                              by Janet Adams Strong, Ph.D.

                              July 9, 2013

                              Eero Saarinen’s TWA terminal (1962) at Kennedy Airport
                              (Janet Adams Strong)

                              Krier Answers Weinstein's Questions (and then some!)

                              Dear Mr. Weinstein: Thank you for mentioning my Speer reprint. I will respond gladly to your questions if you respond to my "pointed" questions.

                               
                              by ArchNewsNow

                              红桃棋牌官网July 2, 2013

                              (left): Le Corbusier Ville pour 3 million d'habitants, 1922, from Oeuvre completes 1910-1929, combined with Le Corbusier Plan voisin for Paris, 1922; figure ground plan from Beziehungen by Tomas Valena, Ernst and Sohn, Berlin, 1994; (center): Le Corbusier La ville Radieuse, 1933, from La ville Radieuse, 1933; (right): From Albert Speer: Architecture 1932-42, ed. Leon Krier, AAM Editions, 1985, Reprint Monacelli, 2013.
                              (Courtesy of Leon Krier)
                              Review: "False Solution" by Oren Safdie

                              Safdie's third in a series of plays about architects and architecture makes its world premiere at La MaMa in Manhattan (only a few days left to see it!).

                               
                              红桃棋牌官网by Kristen Richards, Hon. AIA, Hon. ASLA

                              June 25, 2013


                              (Courtesy of Oren Safdie)

                              Op-Ed: Some Pointed Architectural Queries for Three Connoisseurs of Albert Speer's Monumental Classicism on the Occasion of the Re-publication of "Albert Speer: Architecture 1932-1942" by Leon Krier

                               
                              红桃棋牌官网by Norman Weinstein

                              红桃棋牌官网June 18, 2013


                              Nuts + Bolts #4: Spring into Growth Mode: Organize Your Process to Maximize Your Potential

                              Internal organization, clearly defined workflows, and a focused approach to the things you do best will put you on the right track to long-term growth.

                               
                              by Steve Whitehorn

                              红桃棋牌官网May 15, 2013


                              (Johnathan Ward)


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