Architects’ Choice: Design Books | Architect Magazine

We asked six architects and a few of our editors to share their favorite texts and why they continue to inspire. By Ali Morris Architectural education introduces students to a trove of reference materials that aim to influence how they think about design. But which ones are worth...
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Q+A: Author Peter Hendee Brown on How Real Estate Developers Think | Architect Magazine

The former president of AIA Philadelphia discusses best practices for architects and developers to work together in his latest book, “How Real Estate Developers Think: Design, Profits, and Community.” By Caroline Massie Peter Hendee Brown, AIA, has worked in several...
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Caltech A nanotruss structure fabricated by Caltech researcher Julia Greer.

Five Nanomaterials with Applications in Architecture

From scaling up graphene production to reinforcing concrete with nanocrystals, researchers today are shaping—or growing—the future of construction. By Hallie Busta The building blocks of the future are being developed in research labs today. From graphene production en masse to...
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Autodesk Revit 2016 lets users navigate through their building models quickly by displaying only relevant model elements.

Highlights of Autodesk Revit 2016 and 3ds Max 2016 for Architects | Architect Magazine

The updates to the modeling and rendering programs are incremental, but they do expedite the design workflow. By Sean David Burke Many designers spend more time in front of their computers than they would prefer. Fortunately, updates to drafting and building modeling programs are...
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Best Practices: Gain Appreciation for Your Work | Architect Magazine

Architects offer five subtle but effective ways to make your clients and the public appreciate what you do. By Brian Libby In February, the AIA began the public awareness campaign “I Look Up,” which highlights architects as problem solvers and visionaries who offer unique...
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Book Review: Conversations with Architects: A Daily Dose of Architecture

Conversations with Architects: In the Age of Celebrity by Vladimir Belogolovsky DOM Publishers, 2015 Paperback, 584 pages Curator and author Vladimir Belogolovsky did not set out to make a book on the celebrity phenomenon in architecture, as the name to this collection of 30...
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NBWW Press Release: Restoring Decades of Deco

RESTORING DECADES OF DECO Famed Architects Nichols Brosch Wurst Wolfe & Associates Announce the Renovation and Restoration of Three Historic Miami Beach Properties MIAMI (Jan. 29, 2015) ― Miami Beach has long been defined by its Art Deco and Miami Modernist (MiMo)...
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NBWW Press Release: Hilton West Palm Convention Center Hotel Tops Off

HILTON WEST PALM BEACH CONVENTION CENTER HOTEL TOPS OFF A 400-room hotel addition to existing county convention center, designed by celebrated architects Nichols Brosch Wurst Wolfe &...
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NBWW Press Release: MDM Group’s Met 3 Tower Tops Off

MDM Group’s Met 3 Tower, Featuring Recently-Opened Whole Foods Market and Parking Garage, Along With Under-Construction Rental Apartments, Tops Off in Downtown Miami Met 3 is part of the $1 billion, market-changing mixed-use Metropolitan Miami project, designed by Nichols Brosch...
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NBWW is Geared Up for Mini-Golf 2015: International Edition @ Coral Gables Museum

NBWW is working hard completing (and so excited about) their 2015 mini-golf course for this playable exhibition!!! Come see our entry at the Coral Gables Museum soon… details below. Mini-Golf 2015: International Edition June 5 – September 13, 2015 in the Robert &...
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