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Will Virtual Reality Change the Design World? | Architectural Digest

The tech crowd’s current obsession could have a massive impact on the design industry—if it can evolve from novelty to innovation   Text by Michael Slenske While hundreds of tech firms are broadening their virtual (and augmented) reality footprints—think Google’s...
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Image shows an example of Climate Gentrification and densification in Allapattah, Florida. Courtesy of Kenner Carmody, Graduate School of Design, Harvard University.

“Climate Gentrification theory illustrates ethical problems facing architects”

Architects must consider the social and economic repercussions of building in places at risk from climate change, urges Jesse M Keenan. by Jesse M Keenan Architects must consider not just the environmental, but the social and economic repercussions of building in places at risk...
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After an investigation in late 2016 revealed that a UC Berkley architecture professor had sexually harassed a graduate student, a campus-wide protest broke out calling for the administration to pay closer attention to the school's misconduct policies. (Courtesy The Daily Californian)

NCARB updates its ‘Model Rules of Conduct’ for practicing architecture

The rulebook is expected to serve as a starting point for U.S. licensing boards to navigate the complex world of workplace culture in 2018. By Sydney Franklin It’s no secret that architecture has long-been thought of as a profession in which suffering is integral to the work...
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The Top 10 Greater Miami Beach Resort Hotels – #TLWorldsBest

We love to see our work featured as one of the best hotels in Miami…. Thank you Travel + Leisure and congrats to the W South Beach! – NBWW Looking for the best hotels in Miami? We’ve got your list #TLWorldsBest Luxe, amenity-packed resorts that you can call home...
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Kwong Von Glinow's model (Courtesy Kwong Von Glinow)

Winners on view for the 2018 Architectural League Prize

The 2018 Architectural League Prize winners are now on view at the Sheila C. Johnson Design Center at the Parsons School of Design, running through August 4. By Alex Wong “How might we determine the facts and values that motivate the production of architecture in a post-truth...
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Conceptual rendering of 101 Fort Lauderdale (Credit: FECI). NBWW Architects

FECI to build office tower near Brightline in Fort Lauderdale, NBWW architects

By Brian Bandell Florida East Coast Industries has revealed plans for an office and retail tower near its Brightline passenger rail station in Fort Lauderdale. Amid ongoing development around the Brightline stations in Miami and West Palm Beach, there’s been speculation for years...
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Conceptual rendering of 101 Fort Lauderdale (Credit: FECI). NBWW Architects

FECI plans Fort Lauderdale Brightline office tower, NBWW architects

14-story building will have 175,000 sf of office space and 15,000 sf of retail By Keith Larsen Florida East Coast Industries is planning to build a Fort Lauderdale Brightline office and retail tower, amid demand for new office development. FECI aims to build 101 Fort Lauderdale,...
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Degenerate Space’s Solus & the City installation. Courtesy Sophie le Roux

At the 2018 London Festival of Architecture, It’s a Girl’s World

A handful of exhibitions and performances during the month-long design festival radically interrogate gender and space. George Kafka After a dizzying month of activities, the London Festival of Architecture (LFA) came to a close June 30. This, the 10th edition of the festival,...
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The Importance of the Section in Architectural Representation and Practice

The importance of the section in architectural representation and practice fromPlug In City, ArchigramArchigram, Ângelo Bucci, Instituto Moreira Salles, and Clorindo Testa. by Julia Brant Architectural comprehension as a field deals with representation as a synthesis of varied...
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ADP: 177,000 Jobs Added in June

This marks a nearly 15 percent year-over-year increase from last June, when the U.S. economy added 154,000 positions. By Hanley Wood Data Studio, Ayda Ayoubi The U.S. economy added 177,000 private, non-farm jobs in June according to the monthly employment report released today by...
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