Illustration by Alyssa Nassner

101 ways to thrive in a city with kids

Make urban environments even more magical for little ones with these big—and small—ideas. By Alissa Walker and Megan Barber Cities are magical places to raise children. Zooming trains turn everyday journeys into wide-eyed adventures. Urban plazas echo with shrieks from delighted...
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A Guide to Drone Photography/Cinematography for Architecture

ArchDaily has put together a useful guide to get started with aerial cinematography and photography in architecture. by Collin Abdallah Drone photography has been one of the biggest advancements in aerial photography and cinematography. Drones began making a huge impact on...
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Illustrations by Julia Rothman

Frank Lloyd Wright at 150 – Curbed guide to the most famous architect in U.S. history

The Curbed guide to the most famous architect in U.S. history by Curbed Frank Lloyd Wright’s talent, creativity, and output are the reasons he’s still remembered on his 150th birthday, lionized for launching a modern, multifaceted American architecture. But his fame, engineered...
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Illustrations by Sunny Eckerle

A Guide to Architect Terms and Phrases – Curbed

What the heck is a bumwad? By Emily Nonko Architecture boasts a language all its own. From construction terms to office tools to lofty lingo like “spatiality,” it’s easy to feel left in the dark if you lack an architecture degree. To help avoid confusion and...
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Curbed’s Guide to Architectural Tourism Across the Country

by Patrick Sisson You can scan social media and admire great architecture and design from afar, but there’s something to be said about seeing a great work in its natural environment. With summer travel season about to start, there’s plenty of time to get site-specific...
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