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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.” 🇺🇸

    The Skigard Hytte by Mork-Ulnes Architects: A Norwegian Retreat Built on Stilts and Tradition
    In the idyllic Norwegian landscape of Kvitfjell, the Skigard Hytte by Mork-Ulnes Architects presents a breathtaking dialogue between architecture and nature. Elevated above the ground on a grid of 45... The post The Skigard Hytte …
    By ArchEyes Team, 64 words

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  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.” 🇺🇸

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    Get Lectured: University of Waterloo, Fall '23
    Classes are back in session, and that means it's time for another edition of our Get Lectured series. Today, we take a look at what’s in store at the University of Waterloo School of Architecture …
    By Josh Niland, 149 words

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  3. Archiobjects Magazine
    “An architecture magazine focused on architecture, interiors and branding. Founded by Luca Onniboni in 2013.” 🇮🇹

    Main architecture firms in Switzerland (Ticino)
    Main architecture firms in Switzerland (Ticino) Archiobjects Are you an architect who has already worked for or applied to the major architectural firms in Milan or Rome? Do you live close enough to the Swiss …
    By Luca Onniboni, 81 words

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  4. The Architect’s Newspaper
    “The most authoritative voice on architecture and design in the United States.” 🇺🇸

    Behind glass Pamphlet Architecture is on view at a83 Gallery
    Pamphlet Architecture a83 83 Grand Street New York Open through October 4 a83 Gallery’s most recent show, Pamphlet Architecture, attempts to reinvigorate the legacy of the experimental publication just in The post Behind glass <em>Pamphlet …
    By Emily Conklin, 58 words

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  5. Architectural Comment
    “constructing meaning.” By Catherine Phan Gates. 🇺🇸

    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

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  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.” 🇬🇧

    Manplan gets its moment
    Architectural Review Manplan gets its moment A new exhibition at the RIBA highlights photographs from The Architectural Review’s Manplan series, but its written archive is worth a revisit too The post Manplan gets its moment …
    By AR Editors, 46 words

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  7. Architecture Lab
    “dedicated to everything related to architecture, urban design, research studies, and sustainable design.” By Aline Chahine, et al. 🇨🇦

    Transit Levels: 12 Best Transit Levels For Surveying | Reviews + Buyer’s Guide
    We agree land surveying is one heck of a job! Gone are the days when the utility of transit levels was restricted to professionals. Homeowners today play an active role in ensuring that their dream …
    By Aida Vasquez, 71 words

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  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.” 🇬🇧

    ‘Unmanageable workloads and overstretched staff’ – survey spells out planners’ struggles
    The Architects’ Journal ‘Unmanageable workloads and overstretched staff’ – survey spells out planners’ struggles Two-thirds of council planning teams do not have the capacity to meet their authority’s top priorities, according to a new survey …
    By Richard Waite, 70 words

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  9. ART and ARCHITECTURE, mainly
    “History, art history and architecture of Britain & Empire, Europe, Mediterranean & North America, 1640-1940.” By Hels. 🇦🇺

    Wealthy visitors "toured" Bedlam asylum
    Note the well dressed tourists in Bedlam The Rake’s Progress: Scene 8, by William Hogarth, 1735 Sir John Soane’s Museum. Originally Bethlehem was founded in 1247 as the Priory of St Mary in Bishopsgate St, …
    By Hels, 1,001 words

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    By Geoff Manaugh. 🇺🇸

    Lost Animals
    I don’t normally link to my short stories here, but I’m proud of a new one called “Lost Animals” that went up earlier this week. It’s about a man hired by private clients to clear …
    By Geoff Manaugh, 267 words

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  11. Building Our Past
    “The History of Everyday Buildings.” 🇬🇧

    Introducing Self-Service Shopping in the British Isles
    The co-operative movement is considered the pioneer of self-service shopping in the UK. It opened its first self-service section in Romford in 1942 and its first fully self-service store in Upton Park in 1948. My …
    By buildingourpast, 568 words

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  12. Buildings of New England
    “Exploring New England and showcasing amazing architecture and history one building at a time!” 🇺🇸

    Former Middlebury Methodist Church // 1832
    The oldest extant church building in Middlebury, Connecticut is a church that no longer is, the former Middlebury Methodist Church. Built in 1832, this building sits across from the Town Hall and Congregational Church and …
    By Buildings of New England, 140 words

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  13. Destroyed and Abandoned
    “Pics of destroyed and abandoned things. Disasters, destruction, explosions, blasts, misfortunes,...”

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  14. Drawing Matter
    “Exploring the role of drawing in architectural thought and practice.” 🇬🇧

    Gothic Put to Use: The Viollet-le-Duc Album
    This film is part of series of posts of selected papers from the study symposium at Shatwell Farm, hosted by Drawing Matter and convened by KU Leuven and TU Delft on 27 and 28 April …
    By Sophie Wehtje, 257 words

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  15. English Buildings
    “Meetings with remarkable buildings.” By Philip Wilkinson. 🇬🇧

    The long viewAmong the multitude of things that pop up on social media, one I take notice of is a blog produced by Historic England. For each post it takes a theme or an architectural …
    By Philip Wilkinson, 492 words

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  16. Irenebrination
    “Notes on Architecture, Art, Fashion, Fashion Law & Technology.” By Anna Battista.

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    Underwater Seascapes, Hand-Made Crafts with an Apocalyptic Twist & a Little Artificial Intelligence Magic: Jason Wu S/S 24
    Nothing marks more eloquently the end of summer than the sight of a deserted beach. The joyful voices of children playing in the waves, once resonating in the salty air, have now vanished. A lone …
    By Anna Battista, 714 words

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  17. Libraries – Thomas Guignard photography

    TalTech Library, Tallinn
    The library of the Tallinn University of Technology (TalTech) in Estonia was completed in 2009 after a design by Eero Endjärv, Priit Pent, Mattias Agabus and Illimar Truverk (Arhitekt11 OÜ), with Hannelore Kääramees and Kristi …
    By Thomas Guignard, 458 words

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  18. Municipal Dreams
    “Municipal Dreams celebrates the efforts and achievements of our early municipal reformers.” By John Boughton. 🇬🇧

    A Joyful Family Home?
    On the 9th July, the Sunday Times posted an article in their Style section. Here’s how it was headlined in its online edition: It wasn’t principally the headline’s horrible typography or spelling mistake that jarred …
    By Municipal Dreams, 730 words

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  19. Old Structures Engineering – Blog
    “Engineering and Preservation.” 🇺🇸

    It Looked Familiar: Landmarks
    Above, a street scene immediately before some very bad things happen in a Gotham City story without Batman, “GCPD: The Blue Wall.” Below Apple’s “Look Around” looking west on 22nd Street from just east of …
    By Don Friedman, 91 words

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  20. OSArch
    “Creating a built environment with free software, increased transparency, and a more ethical approach.”

    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

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