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Learn how to light the inside of a cube for better interior architectural shots

Architectural photography has never really appealed to me. Not shooting it, at least. I do enjoy looking at it occasionally and there’s some fantastic work out there. For me, an interior is basically just an environment for a portrait rather than the subject itself. Show More Summary

Light-filled timber home is a modern zen haven in Seattle

How do you combine countryside tranquility with urban style? MW|Works Architecture+Design strikes a thoughtful balance in Helen Street, a beautiful modern home with handsome craftsmanship and careful attention to detail. Filled withShow More Summary

Spanish architect Rafael Moneo to receive the first Soane Medal for contribution to architecture

4 days agoArts : Artdaily

Sir John Soane?s Museum announces the Soane Annual Lecture ? a new signature public event that recognises architects, artists, writers and others whose work has broadened and enriched understandings of architecture and the built environment. Show More Summary

Artist Leticia Santos Finds Geometric Inspiration In D.C.'s Row Houses

Santos saw intricate patterns in the architectural designs that most residents take for granted, and she incorporated them into her work. [ more › ]

Parrish Art Museum presents a mixed-media installation of monumental prints and immersive LED walls

5 days agoArts : Artdaily

Platform is the Parrish Art Museum?s open-ended invitation to a single artist to consider the entire Museum as a potential site for works that transcend disciplinary boundaries, encouraging new ways to experience art, architecture, and the landscape. Show More Summary

Portland modernist master John Yeon gets due in new retrospective

The native Portlandia defined the region’s modernist aesthetic A retrospective of the work of late modernist architect John Yeon is currently on exhibit at the Portland Art Museum. “Quest for Beauty: The architecture, Landscapes, and...Show More Summary

Rendall Joins The Shearer Group

Naval architect Ryan Rendall has joined the naval architecture, marine engineering and marine surveying firm The Shearer Group, Inc. (TSGI). Prior to joining TSGI, Rendall worked for Metal Shark Boats as a naval architect and marine engineer. He received a B.S.

Out of Process Web Extensions in Firefox Nightly

Firefox Nightly users on Windows may configure the web browser to move Web Extensions to their own process in the most recent builds. Mozilla's work on Firefox's multi-process architecture continues. The organization rolled out the new...Show More Summary

Exhibition of recent work by Andrea Zittel opens at New Art Centre in Salisbury

2 weeks agoArts : Artdaily

Andrea Zittel?s first exhibition at the New Art Centre comprises a body of recent work encompassing sculpture, painting and textile. Her combination of art, craft, design and architecture references a series of historical precedents and movements from Bauhaus to Minimalism, and explores the boundaries between art and function. Show More Summary

This Photographer's Shots Of Real Buildings Look Just Like Optical Illusions

Serbian photographer Nikola Olic lives and works in Dallas, Texas, but he also travels the world with a keen eye that's always looking for unusual angles on buildings and other structures. The result is a collection of architectural photographs that look more like impossible optical illusions. More »      

Work With Me At Icertis: Sr. UX Designer

Want to work in a super collaborative environment where you create innovative machine learning and artificial intelligence solutions for users? Have the aptitude for solving complex information architecture and system design problems...Show More Summary

Ancient Roman concrete outperforms our own, and science only just worked out why

The Roman Empire may be long gone, but its architecture has stood the test of time — most notably, its insanely durable concrete, which has been hailed as the world's strongest. The building material, which still remains intact and stronger...Show More Summary

Studio Ma brings desert-inspired architecture to the masses

“We truly think about design in terms of its space, and the space it makes” When you’re an architect working in the desert, you’re bound to be inspired by nature’s adaptations to the climate. Christiana Moss, a principal and founderShow More Summary

Zaha Hadid, women designers take spotlight in symposium on unbuilt work

A Zaha Hadid Architects associate organized the event during London Architecture Festival The sudden passing of Zaha Hadid, the Iraqi-born British architect and cultural icon, shocked the design community—and the world—last year. AtShow More Summary

StdLib just raised $2 million to connect businesses via APIs

Keith Horwood wants to be known in tech circles as an agent for good, and he seems to be working toward that end with StdLib, his roughly two-year-old startup that abstracts away infrastructure using “serverless” architecture, allowing...Show More Summary

Frank Lloyd Wright House Donated to Arizona Architecture School

Much has been made of the recent anniversary of legendary architect Frank Lloyd Wright’s birthday, who would have turned 150 this June 8th. New York’s MOMA recently opened a retrospective exhibition of his work, but a more fitting tribute to Wright came in the form of the donation of one of his houses to an […]

These amazing zero-waste buildings were grown from mushrooms

Could the buildings of the future be grown instead of built? Brunel University student Aleksi Vesaluoma has found a way to grow living structures using mushroom mycelium. Vesaluoma worked with architecture firm Astudio to create these Grown Structures, which offer a waste-free, organic alternative to conventional construction materials[...]

Sculpture in the City returns to the Square Mile with contemporary works

3 weeks agoArts : Artdaily

Sculpture in the City, the City of London?s annual public art programme set amongst iconic architectural landmarks has announced the 16 art works that make up this year?s outdoor sculpture park in the Square Mile. The initiative, which is a collaboration between the City of London Corporation and City businesses, launches on 27th June. Show More Summary

Crocker Art Museum shows works by renowned San Francisco painter Raimonds Staprans

3 weeks agoArts : Artdaily

This June, the Crocker Art Museum opens a vibrant exhibition of works by Raimonds Staprans, a Latvian-born painter of landscapes, architectural elements, and still lifes with ties to California?s Bay Area figurative movement and Pop art. Show More Summary

HOA Homefront: Architectural enforcement — two views

The board’s job is to protect and preserve the common area. Work with your association, as you expect your neighbors to do the same, for the protection of all the neighbors.

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