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Employment: Junior Designer position, perfect for a recent graduate looking for a full-time opportunity – NBWW

Junior Designer – Architecture ————————- Perfect position for a recent graduate with minimal experience looking for a full-time opportunity. We would also consider a candidate in their final year of school looking to work as...
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Immersive technology may be architecture’s best tool for communication. (Courtesy Perkins + Will)

Immersive technology may be architecture’s best tool for communication

By Robert Nieminen This year’s Tech+ conference—an upcoming and groundbreaking event showcasing technological innovators in the AEC industry taking place on May 22 in New York City—will feature pioneering speakers that are rethinking existing technological paradigms. Among them...
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Video: Water Street Tampa Breaks Ground with the JW Marriott, designed by NBWW!

Check out the new videos featuring the JW Marriott at Water Street Tampa…. the first JW Marriott in Tampa. The project is designed by architects NBWW.   Water Street Ground Breaking Ceremony from Water Street Tampa on Vimeo. Water Street Tampa Presents: JW Marriott...
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ADP: 204,000 Jobs Added in April

This marks a 31.6 percent increase from last April when 155,000 positions were added. By Hanley Wood Data Studio, Katharine Keane The U.S. economy added 204,000 private, non-farm jobs in April according to the monthly employment report released today by payroll-management firm...
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The National Building Museum Unveils “Fun House”

The 2018 Summer Block Party installation featuring the work of Snarkitecture will open to the public July 4. By Katie Gerfen Today, the National Building Museum unveiled renderings of “Fun House,” the summer installation by Snarkitecture that will fill the Washington,...
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MIT Press to Make Landmark Architecture Books Freely Accessible Online

The MIT Press is set to make at least 25 landmark out-of-date architecture books freely accessible, including works about Frank Lloyd Wright and Alberti. by Niall Patrick Walsh If you don’t have access to an architecture library (and even if you do), sifting through shelves...
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ArchitectChats Ep. 21: Timber on the Rise, Part 6 – How to Design Commercially Viable Mass Timber Buildings

After serving as architect-of-record on the largest wood structure constructed in modern U.S. history, DLR Group principal Stephen Cavanaugh and his team are continuing that model in other cities. By ARCHITECT Staff ArchitectChats‘ Timber on the Rise series highlights...
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Photos: Construction Nearly Complete On Angler’s Hotel Expansion In South Beach

In South Beach, an expansion of Kimpton’s Angler’s Hotel is almost done. The project includes 84 new rooms – tripling the key count of the highly rated hotel, which has just 45 rooms now. There’s also 3,000-square-feet of new ground floor retail space. Construction started more...
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Rendering of the Le Méridien Fort Lauderdale Airport and Charles Cohen

Charles Cohen boosts financing for Le Méridien in Dania Beach designed by NBWW

245-room hotel expected to open next year By Katherine Kallergis Developer Charles Cohen closed on an additional $22.3 million in financing for the redevelopment of the former Sheraton hotel in Dania Beach. Property records show Cohen Dania Beach Hotel LLC boosted its loan to $75...
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Photo by Joseph Xu courtesy the University of Michigan Xiaozhou Che, EECS Graduate Research Assistant, holds an organic tandem photovoltaic cell

This Week in Tech: 3D-Printed Self-Folding Materials

Plus, the world’s largest wind turbine begins testing, pollution-filled geodesic domes in London, and more design-tech news from this week. By Katharine Keane Thermorph from Morphing Matter Lab on Vimeo. Using an “inexpensive” 3D printer, a team of Carnegie...
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