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Coming Soon: Know What Color Architecture Sounds Like – Hear Architecture – Curbed Miami

by April Gardner Architecture often evokes thought of how the discipline is a balance of art and science. The wonders of impressive structures certainly need both sides to inspire. An interactive project slated for November 10-15 intends to extend that concept with technology,...
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Watch: Boeing On How They Developed The World’s Lightest Material | Co.Design

Their “microlattice” metal is 100 times lighter than styrofoam but strong enough to be used as structural components in airplanes. For years, Boeing has been developing an extremely lightweight material that could be used for airplane parts. Despite being made from...
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Map Shows Where Sea Level Rise Will Drown American Cities | WIRED

by Nick Stockton There’s a good chance that the most often-heard global warming joke in the US is some version of the following: [Point to an empty lot somewhere far from the ocean] “In 100 years, this is going to be beach front property!” Not funny, but kind of true. Rising...
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10 Must-Play Video Games for Architecture and Design Nerds

As children, we begin our interaction with the world through shapes, building blocks, and Legos. As times goes on, we lose that willingness to create as we fall back on more passive activities, watching TV shows rather than creating our own stories, texting our friends instead of...
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A street view of the Miami Center for Architecture and Design in downtown Miami. The historic building was once the old United States Post Office and Courthouse. Diego Saldana-Rojas For The Miami Herald

MCAD rethinks accessibility and design through exhibit | Miami Herald

By Jeffrey Pierre and Diego Saldana-Rojas Standing on the steps of the Miami Center for Architecture and Design, Ryan David New asked Christopher Downey, a blind architect and urban planner who traveled from San Francisco earlier in the week, how he preferred to get around town....
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“Reversible Concrete” Is Ready to Revolutionize Temporary Architecture | The Creators Project

By Beckett Mufson The world has been “about to be revolutionized” by 3D printing for years now, but aside from rapid prototyping, 3D selfies, and the occasional gimmicky 3D-printed house, we don’t see much of it every day. So why hasn’t this technology...
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Barbara Kasten’s all-analog photography from the 1980’s is on display at the Graham Foundation in Chicago. (Courtesy Graham Foundation)

Kissing Constructs: Barbara Kasten’s surreal photography at the Chicago Architecture Biennial. A/N Blog .

Thursday night, Barbara Kasten’s first major retrospective opened at the Graham Foundation as an offsite event of the Chicago Architecture Biennial. Set in the Madlener house, a turn-of-the century Prairie-Style mansion, the exhibition brings together a roughly chronological...
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LCD/BJDW Beijing studio Laboratory for Creative Design fabricated this component-based, silkworm-inspired pavilion for the city's ongoing 2015 Design Week.

A Few of Our Favorite 3D-Printed Pavilions | Architect Magazine

It’s design-show season and experimental structures abound. These four recent projects owe their incredible forms to additive manufacturing. By Hallie Busta There are few things a design journalist loves more than an experimental pavilion—except, of course, an experimental...
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The Definitive Visual History: A Daily Dose of Architecture: Book Review

Design: The Definitive Visual History DK, 2015 Hardcover, 480 pages Last night event comes up in the context of this review of a completely unrelated book, DK’s Design: The Definitive Visual History, because the ubiquity of design – the way it permeates and affects just...
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Office And Rental Towers Above MiamiCentral Set For Review

By TNM Staff on October 8, 2015 All Aboard Florida submitted long-awaited plans to the county yesterday for three ‘overbuild’ towers that will rise above the under-construction MiamiCentral project. Plans call for two residential towers, each about 500 feet tall, along with a...
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