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Le Corbusier, Remastered: 3D printing in architecture – TCT – 3D Printing, Additive Manufacturing and Product Development Technology

When Swiss-French architect Le Corbusier completed his somewhat unorthodox plans for one of the most iconic examples of twentieth-century religious architecture back in 1954, the idea that this complex design would one day be modelled from a digital file and a machine, couldn’t...
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June 2015 was the Best Month for Architecture Jobs in Eight Years | Architect Magazine | Architects, Architecture, Employment, U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

According to the latest data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, architectural services added 2,700 jobs, engineering and drafting services added 1,500 jobs, and landscape architectural services lost 1,100 jobs. By Sara Johnson In addition to July’s employment report,...
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What are the Client/Owner Trends Now? | Architect Magazine

A few recent surveys break down what clients are looking for nowadays. By William Richards for AIA Architect A Client Wish List Want architects to understand their unique needs and meet them Perceive architects to have the capacity to flesh out possibilities and think...
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UF opening architecture graduate program in Sarasota | HeraldTribune.com

By Shelby Webb SARASOTA – … …The University of Florida plans to open its first graduate program in Southwest Florida with CityLab Sarasota, an extension campus for students working to earn master’s degrees in architecture. Seven students will begin the...
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