VIDEO: Meet the Architects Behind NYC’s Most Radical Pool | BLOUIN ARTINFO

Cover image: A rendering of the + POOL. (Courtesy of + POOL) Architects Dong-Ping Wong and Archie Lee Coates IV of + Pool discuss their new exhibition at Ace Hotel in New York City and their design for a swimming pool inside the East River. via VIDEO: Meet the Architects Behind...
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Augmented Reality Poised to Transform Architecture

CONTRIBUTED BY: Marc Howe As with almost any industry or profession that deals with the built environment, architecture stands to benefit immensely from advances in augmented reality (AR) technologies. AR technology involves enhancing or “augmenting” a user’s interactions with...
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Employment in Architecture, Landscape Architecture, and Engineering and Drafting Services in 2014 – Architect Magazine

The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics released new annual estimates for jobs in architecture, landscape architecture, and engineering and drafting services. By Sara Johnson With today’s January 2015 employment report, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) also released...
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What It Means to Make Good Architecture – Architect Magazine

By Aaron Betsky Let me get two things straight: I believe that whatever we build has to be sustainable. I do not believe that architecture should be the province of the elite, either of taste or of money. There has been a great deal of willful misreading and selective quoting of...
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AIA Design: Do Algorithms Make Architecture? – Architect Magazine

Design in this Performative Age. By Catherine Gavin for AIArchitect A sleek, star-kissing building is no longer enough to dazzle clients and public officials. Towers in the 21st century are redefining themselves as high-performance machines, harvesting energy rather than guzzling...
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University of Miami Architecture class contributes to Underline plan

By William Riggin While Friends of the Underline plan the transformation of 10 miles’ worth of land under Miami’s Metrorail, a University of Miami architecture class is helping out by visualizing the transformation of the Brickell and University Metrorail stations. Professor...
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MOMA Partners with Instagram for Largest-Ever Latin American Architecture Exhibition | ArchDaily

MoMA’s largest-ever Latin American architecture exhibition will feature an official partnership with Instagram. The project invites the Instagram community to share their photos of buildings as part of the Latin America in Construction: Architecture 1955–1980 exhibition. Read...
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Must-see Architectural Wonders During Your Travels | ArchDaily

Towering skyscrapers and innovative architecture only add to the appeal of some of the world’s finest cities. At Expedia Viewfinder, we’re captivated by the structural elements that give character to our favorite cities, so we teamed up with ArchDaily to highlight buildings and...
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5 Trends That Will Shape The Future Of Tiny Housing | Co.Design

Many cities have recently adopted zoning changes to allow micro-housing, generally studios under 400 square feet. (In New York, a design competition called adAPT NYC was launched by Mayor Bloomberg.) Here are some of the trends defining micro-living Cities and renters are...
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RIBA survey finds skills gap among UK architecture students

DeZeen News: most UK-based employers and students believe architecture graduates are not prepared for the realities of working in practice, according to an industry survey. Research undertaken by RIBA Appointments – the recruitment arm of the Royal Institute of British Architects...
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