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27 blogs about Architecture.

  1. ArchEyes | Architecture and Design Magazine
    ArchEyes brings you a carefully edited selection of Architecture projects, news, and competitions for the architecture professional. 🇺🇸 More info

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    The Kaufmann Desert House by Richard Neutra
    Richard Neutra, an emblematic figure of 20th-century Architecture, excelled in blending technology, aesthetics, and the nuances of the natural environment into his designs. Among his illustrious works, the Kaufmann House... The post The Kaufmann Desert …
    By ArchEyes Team, 50 words
  2. Archinect
    The goal of Archinect is to make architecture more connected and open-minded, and bring together designers from around the world to introduce new ideas from all disciplines. 🇺🇸 More info

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    Grimshaw, CetraRuddy, Assembledge+, WTARCH, and Max von Werz are Archinect Jobs' latest featured employers
    From Archinect's active community of job seekers, firms, and schools, we are highlighting five hiring architecture practices with current openings in New York, Los Angeles, and Mexico City. Take a look at these opportunities below, …
    By Alexander Walter, 164 words
  3. Archiobjects Magazine
    An architecture magazine focused on architecture, interiors and branding. Founded by Luca Onniboni in 2013. 🇮🇹 More info

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    Sell photos online: A Guide for Architecture Photographers
    Sell photos online: A Guide for Architecture Photographers Archiobjects Architecture photography can be a fascinating and rewarding art for those passionate about it. At the same time, selling architectural photographs online can also be an …
    By Luca Onniboni, 87 words
  4. The Architect’s Newspaper
    The most authoritative voice on architecture and design in the United States. 🇺🇸 More info

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    Yale students design a temporary library for protesters at Beinecke Plaza, a longtime hub for activists
    Gordon Bunshaft’s Beinecke Library at Yale University is well known to architects—the 1963 building’s translucent granite facade appears in coffee table books around the world. But the iconic building’s exterior, The post Yale students design …
    By Daniel Roche, 70 words
  5. Architectural Comment
    constructing meaning. By Catherine Phan Gates. 🇺🇸 More info

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    What Is Not Art?
    Art is something made. Any work that demonstrates labor shows evidence of human effort. Not everything is art. This essay is like a walk in the park from the blogger of Architectural Comment.… Continue reading …
    By Architectural Comment, 43 words
  6. The Architectural Review
    The only global architecture magazine for the 21st century. Be inspired and provoked by incisive critiques and the thinking behind the buildings shaping architectural discourse. 🇬🇧 More info

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    Salt of the earth: the past and future of building with brine
    Architectural Review Salt of the earth: the past and future of building with brine Abundant and sustainable, salt could offer alternatives to carbon‑intensive materials The post Salt of the earth: the past and future of …
    By Reuben Brown, 57 words
  7. Architecture Lab
    dedicated to everything related to architecture, urban design, research studies, and sustainable design. By Aline Chahine, et al. 🇨🇦 More info

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    Historical Architecture: Characteristics, Influences, Ambassadors and Sights
    Historical architecture encompasses various architectural styles and periods characterized by distinct characteristics, influences, and ambassadors. The characteristics of historical architecture vary depending on the period and style. From the grandeur of classical columns and symmetrical …
    By Anton Giuroiu, 65 words
  8. Architecture News & Buildings | The Architects' Journal
    Architecture news, the latest building designs and essential updates for architects, from the UK’s leading professional architecture magazine. 🇬🇧 More info

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    Edinburgh practice the latest to move into employee ownership
    The Architects’ Journal Edinburgh practice the latest to move into employee ownership Edinburgh-based 7N Architects has become the latest practice to move into employee ownership The post Edinburgh practice the latest to move into employee …
    By Greg Pitcher, 53 words
  9. ART and ARCHITECTURE, mainly
    History, art history and architecture of Britain & Empire, Europe, Mediterranean & North America, 1640-1940. By Hels. 🇦🇺 More info

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    Yoram Gross: best Aus children's films
    Yoram Gross (1926–2015) was born in Krakow Poland, to a Jewish family. He lived during WW2 under the Nazis, with his family on Oskar Sch­in­d­ler’s list of humans rescued from slaughter in 1944, but the …
    By Hels, 818 words
  10. BLDGBLOG
    By Geoff Manaugh. 🇺🇸 More info

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    The Reaction Area
    “Enigmatic chemical reactions” have broken out underground inside two Los Angeles-area landfills, according to the L.A. Times. These “highly unusual reactions at Los Angeles County’s two largest landfills have raised serious questions about the region’s …
    By Geoff Manaugh, 434 words
  11. Building Our Past
    The History of Everyday Buildings. 🇬🇧 More info

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    A Date for Findlater’s Corner
    Findlater’s Corner – a prominent site on the western approach to London Bridge railway station – was restored to its original glory by The Arch Company, working with Benedict O’Looney Architects, in 2022. The result …
    By buildingourpast, 696 words
  12. Buildings of New England
    Exploring New England and showcasing amazing architecture and history one building at a time! 🇺🇸 More info

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    Samuel Read Hall House // 1831
    Samuel Read Hall (1795–1877) was an American educator, who in 1823, started the first normal school, or school for training of teachers and educators, in the United States. He helped found the American Institute of …
    By Buildings of New England, 126 words
  13. Destroyed and Abandoned
    Pics of destroyed and abandoned things. Disasters, destruction, explosions, blasts, misfortunes,... More info

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    Former Bethlehem Steel site
    patgavin:Former Bethlehem Steel siteSteelstacks, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania
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  14. Drawing Matter
    Exploring the role of drawing in architectural thought and practice. 🇬🇧 More info

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    By Matthew Page, 18 words
  15. English Buildings
    Meetings with remarkable buildings. By Philip Wilkinson. 🇬🇧 More info

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    Totnes, Devon
    Continuity and change‘How old is that building?’ people ask. And the answer is often: ‘Various ages.’ Most buildings get altered over the years, as fashions, needs and uses change. So while one might be able …
    By Philip Wilkinson, 440 words
  16. Irenebrination
    Notes on Architecture, Art, Fashion, Fashion Law & Technology. By Anna Battista. More info

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    The Space in Which to Place Me: The US Pavilion by Jeffrey Gibson @ The 60th International Art Exhibition – La Biennale di Venezia
    Last Thursday morning there was a joyful atmosphere outside the US Pavilion by Jeffrey Gibson at the 60th International Art Exhibition in Venice (until 24th November 2024). The Colorado Inter-Tribal Dancers and the Oklahoma Fancy …
    By Anna Battista, 1,409 words
  17. Libraries – Thomas Guignard photography
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    Bibliothèque Centrale de Montréal
    Building upon the legacy of subscription libraries and Mechanics’ Institutes, public libraries (as democratic, publicly-funded institutions) started appearing across North America towards the end of the 19th century. In the British colonies that would soon …
    By Thomas Guignard, 1,354 words
  18. Municipal Dreams
    Municipal Dreams celebrates the efforts and achievements of our early municipal reformers. By John Boughton. 🇬🇧 More info

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    Kielder Village, Northumberland: Thomas Sharp and a ‘harbinger of a rural revolution’?
    Kielder in Northumberland, population 194, is by most accounts the most remote village in England. The nearest cash machine is 18 miles away in Bellingham and the nearest shopping centre, Hexham, is a 53-minute drive …
    By Municipal Dreams, 3,246 words
  19. Old Structures Engineering – Blog
    Engineering and Preservation. 🇺🇸 More info

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    Boosterism
    I don’t have an exact date for this photo, but the Temple Bar Building, the three-turreted skyscraper in the center, was constructed 1899 to 1901, so 1900 to 1910 is my guess. (As for how …
    By Don Friedman, 341 words
  20. OSArch
    Creating a built environment with free software, increased transparency, and a more ethical approach. More info

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    QCAD for technical drawing (Workshop and books)
    If you had to choose software to begin working in architectural design, which would be your first choice? Many might think that a BIM solution such as BlenderBIM or FreeCAD would be the ideal choice. …
    By Allan Brito, 366 words