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A Small, Refined, "Traditional Eclectic" Houston Rental — House Tour

Name: Todd Location: Montrose — Houston, Texas Size: 600 square feet Years lived in: 3 1/2 years, renting As someone who works at an architecture firm, it makes complete sense that Todd would choose to live in the lively and hip Montrose area in Houston, Texas. Show More Summary

17.19 – MU Podcast

Cosmological architecture and intelligent design are the focus this week as we look at the work of Christopher Knight and Alan Butler.  We follow their research into ancient units of measurement, their relationship to our earth, moon, and star and what message this relationship has left behind...

1923 Mediterranean displays a fresh face in Hollywood Hills

This once timeworn 1920s Mediterranean has a new lease on life thanks to updates and restoration work in keeping with its architectural character. Gated and set above the street-level garage, the house is accessed through a covered entry with mission-style arches. An octagonal paneled library and...

Exhibition at the Portland Art Museum offers a retrospective look at the work of John Yeon

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The Portland Art Museum presents Quest for Beauty: The Architecture, Landscapes, and Collections of John Yeon, a retrospective look at the work and deep legacy of an influential Oregon architect. Celebrated by the Museum of Modern Art...Show More Summary

TWA Flight Center at JFK Airport in New York, New York

Those flying through JetBlue’s Terminal 5 at JFK Airport will look out the window and see a magnificent white shell, a grandiose design likened to a “concrete bird.” But upon further investigation, the beautiful work of architectureShow More Summary

TOP V. WEEKEND PICKS (5/11-5/17)

1. K.R.F. May 14, 2017, 4-7PM Work by: Isabel Kerkermeier, Kaveri Raina and Wolfgang Flad Devening Projects: 3039 W Carroll Ave, Chicago, IL 60612   2. MAS Context presents: paper/architecture May 12, 2017, 6-8PM Panel with: Alissa Anderson, Iker Gil, David Hays, Ann Lui, Matthew Messner, and Mimi Zeiger Perkins+Will Chicago: 410 N Michigan Ave, […]

Nvidia Goes All in for AI With New Volta Architecture

Nvidia has been working to make its GPUs increasingly friendly to AI applications, but its new Volta architecture takes that to a much higher level with a newly designed Tensor Core. The post Nvidia Goes All in for AI With New Volta Architecture appeared first on ExtremeTech.

Why It Works: The Brooklyn Brownstone I've Been Crushing On for a Year — Why It Works

(Image credit: Nancy Mitchell) For just under a year (as of last June, to be exact), I've had a serious crush on the Brooklyn home of Jae and Devin. The architecture alone of their brownstone, with those amazing moldings, ceilings and floors would make any design lover completely and totally jealous obsessed. Show More Summary

How air conditioning shaped modern architecture—and changed our climate

AC enabled glass-and-steel towers and birthed an energy crisis During a conversation with the New Yorker, a window washer who worked on the Empire State Building says that some of his toughest moments have been cleaning the trash that tenants toss out the windows. Show More Summary

Exhibition of the fine art works by architectural photographer Timothy Hursley opens at Garvey Simon

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Garvey Simon presents Timothy Hursley: Tainted Lens, an exhibition of the fine art works of this sought-after architectural photographer. His body of commissioned work includes Philip Johnson?s AT&T building; Yoshio Taniguchi?s MoMA; Frank Gehry?s Guggenheim museum in Bilbao, Spain as well as his California Aerospace Museum; and both I.M. Show More Summary

Woodbury University’s Julius Shulman Institute to honor photographer Todd Eberle

An exhibit of the veteran lensman’s work will open this week at the architecture school’s Hollywood art gallery In 2005, LA’s pre-eminent architectural photographer, Julius Shulman, endowed a namesake institute at Woodbury University,...Show More Summary

Curtis Joins The Shearer Group

Naval architect Kyle Curtis has joined naval architecture, marine engineering and marine surveying firm The Shearer Group, Inc. (TSGI). Prior to joining TSGI, Curtis worked for Versabar in Houston as a marine engineer and a structural engineer. He received a B.S.

70s glam in Tiburon hits the market for $1.7 million

Lovers of local architecture may know the name Joe Drosihn whose work is characterized by use of massive timbers, warm wood, and inventive angles that make the best of a property’s views. And 75 Eastview Ave. in Tiburon has all those things, representing a style of  ’70s architecture that is both a response to and a

Architecture & Photography: WeWork Weihai Road, Shanghai

Architecture & Photography: WeWork Weihai Road, Shanghai AoiroStudio May 01, 2017 Since we've missed our Friday's architecture post, let's start if off fresh today. We are taking a look at the work from Seth Powers on his photography assignment into a former opium factory now established by WeWork China flagship location in Weihai Road, Shanghai. Show More Summary

Church built for $35k stays naturally cool in Malawi

Design nonprofit Architecture for a Change continues their life-changing work with the completion of a new church for the Chimphamba community in Malawi. Built to replace a dilapidated community center, the Rural Church draws inspiration from the traditional African drum with its circular floor plan. Show More Summary

NJIT graduate student wins IBM fellowship to develop brain-inspired computing systems

(New Jersey Institute of Technology) S. R. Nandakumar, a graduate student in electrical engineering, has won a coveted IBM Ph.D. fellowship to support his work on computer systems that mimic the architecture of the human brain.

Nonfiction: Restoring the Light to the Work of Louis Kahn

Wendy Lesser’s “You Say to Brick” details how Louis Kahn’s designs helped lift the architectural profession out of its functionalist, modernist rut.

Alcove Beds Are The Architectural Womb We Never Want to Leave

(Image credit: Dwell) What's more exciting than a well-dressed bed? How about a well-dressed bed tucked into a cozy nook? You might have to do a little more work to make up the bed, but there's no denying the appeal of these tucked-away sleeping spaces, on a cold winter night or any time of the year. READ MORE »

Tiger Woods updates on his health, then finds the drink with a 100-yard shot

Your browser does not support iframes. Tiger Woods still doesn’t know when he’s going to return to competitive golf. Woods was in Ridgedale, Missou., on Tuesday to announce his TGR Design golf-course architecture group would be working...Show More Summary

Are Phone Booths Coming Back?

For Architectural Digest, by Nick Mafi. Anyone who has worked in an office can relate to the many distractions fellow colleagues can produce. From loud conversations to pungent wafts of lunch foods, coworkers are often real roadblocks to productivity (you might even be experiencing it at your desk right now). Show More Summary

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