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posted on: 19-Aug-2010

I am a architect

Architects are fed up with people in the technology field using their title, styling themselves “software architects,” “enterprise architects,” and “information architects,” to name a few. It can’t be stopped—but more often than not, it’s the sincerest form of flattery.

posted on: 18-Aug-2010

MAXXI Museo nazionale delle arti del XXI secolo

Rome, Italy: The ancient city’s newest museum is a reminder that here is a woman at the top of the field – and a testament to the fact that women build, and build well.

posted on: 17-Aug-2010

Faber Park

45 Faber Park. The clients for this Project are a couple with three young children, – a set of twins and a younger child, all under 10. Their main aim was to maximise outdoor space whilst not compromising living areas. It was therefore essential that there would be sufficient space for the children to play outdoors as well as indoors. The priority of creating an open living space with a direct relationship to a large outdoor space became a driving force in the scheme.

posted on: 16-Aug-2010

Inspirational Kictchens

A collection of remarkable spaces from the pages of Architectural Digest to help inspire!

posted on: 16-Aug-2010

Shanghai Expo

Hundreds of thousands of daily visitors, about 200 buildings, $4.2 billion spent: Shanghai’s lavish world expo, which opened on May 1 and runs through the end of October, is a chance for China’s largest city to announce itself as a cultural and economic powerhouse. It’s also a stage where the nations of the world can show off—to visitors and each other—through architecture. Fred A. Bernstein tours the Expo, surveys its architectural hits and misses, and even gets inside the much-maligned U.S. pavilion.

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