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It’s no secret that the architecture industry is heavily male-dominated. Lets look at the facts: a study done by the Architectural Review found that men out-earn their female counterparts by 18% as full-time architects, with the number jumping to...
The associations 120g and Salviamo la Rocca promote, with the support of FAI, Italia Nostra Onlus, Mu-nicipality of San Giuliano Terme, Università di Pisa - DESTEC, Confesercenti, Chambers of the Archi-tects of Pisa and the Castle Italian Institute, an...
A doctoral degree is the highest degree one can get from a university. It is widely regarded as the pinnacle of academic achievement and the individual who holds one is considered an expert with absolute knowledge in his chosen...
Post, An Icon, Reopens January 30, 2019 (New York, NY) — ODA New York has been tapped to redesign of the historic post office in Rotterdam, Netherlands. Sitting vacant for more than a decade, Rotterdam’s former Central Post Office, the...
The Danish Government and Mayors of Greater Copenhagen announces the plans for 3 million sqm land reclamation. The vision, designed by URBAN POWER architecture & planning, deals with urgent environmental and commercial challenges of the metropolitan area. The nine Islands,...
UK High Court has released the documents lodged by Patrik Schumacher which talks about the turmoil that is tearing apart the massive estate left by late architect Zaha Hadid. A controversial 20-page court statement handed over to the high...
Let’s get right to the point. Property in Australia doesn’t come for cheap. As some of you might already know, even though it is a huge continent, most of the population lives only on the coast. And land in those...
By David Erik Chase, AIA, NCARB, LEED®GA @ chasearchitect-aep.com It can happen to any entrepreneur in any design profession, however, due to licensing requirements, contractual responsibilities, and client-owner expectations, a licensed architect is particularly at risk for liability claims.  How can...
Washington, DC (May 1, 2018)—The factories may be gone, but millennials are flocking to affordable, once-industrial cities like Baltimore, Detroit, and Pittsburgh. Areas like Cleveland’s University Circle and Washington Avenue in St. Louis are throbbing with energy and excitement....
Washington, DC (January 10, 2018)—Transportation is on the cusp of revolutionary change. With electric, automated, and shared vehicles no longer imaginings of a distant future, we have the potential to create a dream transportation system: one that reduces traffic...
Washington, DC (March 29, 2018)—In 1988, before he was an internationally-renowned urban design expert, Mikael Colville-Andersen was hit by a car while crossing the street. Witnesses were convinced he couldn’t have survived, but fortunately the then-student sustained only minor...
“Supported by urban histories and incisively presented data, Christof Spieler sets the rules of engagement for effective transit and offers a roadmap for achieving it.” —Janette Sadik-Khan, Principal, Bloomberg Associates; former NYC Transportation Commissioner Washington, DC (September 28, 2018)—What are the...
Washington, DC (July 2, 2018)—Around the world, countries marvel at the Netherland’s impressive cycling culture and infrastructure while an insidious “that would never work here” attitude prevents real change from happening. But the Dutch overcame many of the same...
Washington, DC (October 18, 2018)—Thought leader David Orr wrote, “If our industrial civilization was entered into an intergalactic design competition, it would be tossed out in the qualifying round.” In The Intergalactic Design Guide: Harnessing the Creative Potential of...
“Has there ever been a smarter, more illuminating, jargon-free, and deeply useful guide to making more sociable, healthy, prosperous, charming neighborhoods, towns, and cities?” — Kurt Andersen, author of Fantasyland and host of public radio's Studio 360 “What a tour de...
Over the past couple of years, drones have caught the attention of the masses. Everyone wants a drone, even if they don’t know what they want it for. But that doesn’t mean that they’re useless. One of the main uses...
Google Maps is by far the most used and most influential software used daily by millions of people to plan out their commutes. These routes often encompass small walkways and paths which might create problems for people who are...
Well, any parent aware of the recent trends in brain-building activities may have noticed a significant rise in the popularity of LEGO bricks and similar construction toys. A lot of educators are steadily made aware of the learning opportunities that...

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