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Are architecture firms ready for Gen Z?

By Katherine Guimapang There’s no denying it, the workforce is changing and after the impact Millennials made over the years a new demographic cohort is quickly replacing this group. Generation Z or “Gen Z” as many have grown to call them are a generation who...
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A perspective drawing from a rejected 1996 Venturi, Scott Brown & Associates Philadelphia Orchestra Hall proposal. (Courtesy VSBA)

Rejected spotlights denied, trashed, and half-conceived architectural ideas

From August 23 through September 13 at the Banvard Gallery, at The Ohio State University, rejected architectural ideas will be given a new life. By Matt Shaw Rejection; we’re all familiar with having our ideas turned down. Now, from August 23 through October 4 at the Banvard...
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Bernie Sanders has a $16 trillion plan to avert climate disasters

“The cost of doing nothing is far more expensive” Sanders has revealed the most ambitious climate proposal of any presidential candidate—a $16.3 trillion plan that will create 20 million jobs while decarbonizing the country’s energy and transportation sectors by 2030. By Alissa...
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