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Harvard GSD Relaunches Free Online Architecture Course

The Harvard Graduate School of Design has relaunched its free online course entitled “The Architectural Imagination.” by Niall Patrick Walsh The Harvard Graduate School of Design has relaunched its free online course entitled “The Architectural Imagination.” Directed by the...
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The age of global sprawl: An unprecedented expansion of cities is coming

New report predicts cities will grow by 80 percent by 2030, creating a land-use crisis By Patrick Sisson The world, we’ve been told, is urbanizing rapidly. But the picture painted by researchers—dense, blocks of high-rises, new towers rising like staircases as citi...
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Margaritaville Resort Orlando officially opens with ribbon cutting ceremony

Although the brand-new resort located in Kissimmee opened to guests earlier this month, it held its official ribbon cutting ceremony on Jan. 23. by Jennifer DiDomenico Although the brand-new resort located in Kissimmee opened to guests earlier this month, it held its official...
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Attention Deficit Disorder Architecture

Andrew Atwood’s “Not Interesting” take on architecture criticism is a pretty interesting blur of ideas and images. By Aaron Betsky Welcome to the age of ADD Architecture. As author Andrew Atwood himself admits in his both brilliant and (purposefully) confusing Not Interesting: On...
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An illustrated guide to New York City’s architectural styles

From the 18th century to today By Sam Lubell  Illustrations by Naomi Elliott Few places are as comfortable with architectural variety as New York, a city that has always reinvented itself, but never thrown away its past. As a result, it boasts one of the liveliest mixes of...
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Lucia Moholy, Bauhaus Masters Housing, Dessau,1925–26: Lucia Moholy and László Moholy-Nagy's Living Room, c. 1925. Gelatin silver print with gouache retouchings. Harvard Art Museums/Busch-Reisinger Museum, Gift of Ise Gropius. Photo: © Lucia Moholy Estate/Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York/VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn. Photo: Harvard Art Museums; © President and Fellows of Harvard College

The Bauhaus’s Untold Impact on Everyday Design in America | Architectural Digest

At Harvard, a distinctive, lesser-known perspective on the style’s centennial This year marks the 100th anniversary of the founding of the Bauhaus design school in Weimar, Germany, and tributes are being held globally. In Cambridge, Massachusetts, the Harvard Art Museums will...
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Book Review: Adapting Cities to Sea Level Rise

Adapting Cities to Sea Level Rise: Green and Gray Strategies Stefan Al Island Press, November 2018 Paperback | 8 x 9 inches | 160 pages | 150 illustrations | English | ISBN: 9781610919074 | $35.00 Publisher Description: In 2012, Hurricane Sandy floods devastated coastal areas in...
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Luxury space hotel booking now for $9.5M per person

The final frontier of hotel rooms Houston-based technology start up Orion Span is currently working on Aurora Station, a fully modular space station that will function as an exclusive hotel. By Megan Barber The space race is on, and this time it’s about hotels. While billionaire...
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Acadia 2018 focused on imprecision in digital design

For the first time in its 37-year history, the 2018 Association for Computer Aided Design in Architecture (ACADIA) Conference convened in Mexico City. The The annual digital design conference ACADIA pushed past perfection to embrace imprecision and the seredipity of technological...
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Bose brings noise-cancelling technology to cars

Bose has developed a version of its QuietComfort noise-cancelling headphones for cars that promise to minimise unwanted sound inside the vehicle. Rima Sabina Aouf Bose has developed a version of its QuietComfort noise-cancelling headphones for cars, which promises to minimise...
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