101 THINGS I DIDN'T LEARN IN ARCHITECTURE SCHOOL This article is co-authored by Sherin Wing 1] Even if your boss is your friend he may have to axe you to save his business. 2] Read the book, On Bullshit, by Harry G. 3] Do not drink at work and especially do not get toasted around your colleagues under any circumstances. 4] No matter how highly you may think of yourself you may still be a minion in the eyes of others who hold more power than you. 5] Once you leave architecture school not everybody cares about architecture or wants to talk about it. 6] All eating habits and diets acquired during school should be jettisoned. 7] The hygiene habits you kept in architecture school are inappropriate for real life; bathe regularly and change your underwear. 8] The rush and exhilaration you experience in studio may be inversely proportional to how much you will enjoy working for a firm. 9] It’s architecture, not medicine. 10] Significant others are more important than architecture; they are the ones who will pull you through in the end.
Public Art Concepts - Dan Sternof Beyer 2011 - StumbleUpon Download the PDF of these ideas : Public Art Concepts - Dan Sternof Beyer 2011 (2mb) [ New American Public Art ] A Daily Dose of Architecture Revit Architecture Fecha y hora actual: Mar Feb 14, 2017 7:18 am Ver mensajes sin respuesta Preguntas en General¿No sabes en qué categoría colocar tu pregunta o contenido? Usuarios navegando en este foro: Ninguno Moderador Moderadores Permisos de este foro: No puedes publicar nuevos temas en este foro.No puedes responder a temas en este foro.
Exploration Architecture philosophy - Exploration Architecture Innovating and collaborating to address the major challenges of our age We use biomimicry to develop new strategies, to radically rethink existing building types and devise a completely new approach to the design process. Biomimicry is a rapidly emerging discipline that learns from the remarkable catalogue of solutions to be found in biology – all of which have been refined by 3.8 billion years of evolution. We have successfully worked with a wide range of organisations to help them succeed in the shift that is already underway - from the industrial age to the ecological age of humankind. Frequently our projects achieve substantial resource savings and reveal major commercial opportunities for our clients. Our philosophy is captured in this short TED talk by Michael Pawlyn Founder of Exploration. Exploration was established in 2007 and has been described as a pioneer of biomimicry. What others say about us: Dayna Baumeister Biomimicry3.8
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The Worlds Most Complex Architectural Columns - StumbleUpon Architect and programmer Michael Hansmeyer has undertaken a most ambitious project, designing an incredibly ornate and complex column with over 16 million individual facets! Hansmeyer has taken his initiative beyond the computer design phase and actually fabricated a full-scale 2.7 meter (8.8 ft) column made from stacked cardboard sheets. Check out the pics and information below for more details on this fascinating exploration. The project involves the conception and design of a new column order based on subdivision processes. It explores how subdivision can define and embellish this column order with an elaborate system of ornament. An abstracted doric column is used as an input form to the subdivision processes. The input form is tagged to allow the subdivision process to distinguish between individual components. The result is a series of columns that exhibit both highly specific local conditions as well as an overall coherency and continuity.
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