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LEGO® Invites You To 'Release Your Inner Architect'

8 monthes ago   |   By Arch Daily

It's hard to find an architecture enthusiast who wasn't obsessed with LEGO as a kid. Many of us would spend hours carefully placing the small, colorful blocks to make our crazy, imaginary environments in our heads a reality-well, somewhat. Whether it was building a dream home for your dolls or simply trying to construct the tallest tower, LEGO was certainly responsible for the first flirtations with the profession. It is no question this tool unleashes our creativity, and this can be demonstrated in a variety of ways. For this reason, we searched our archive for some architects which...
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Why Working Long Hours Won't Make You A "Better" Architect

Why Working Long Hours Won't Make You A "Better" Architect

8 monthes ago   |   By Arch Daily

Architects are known for pulling all-nighters.
This article was originally published on Brandon Hubbard's blog, The Architect's Guide. In a previous article, Should You Become An Architect? , I touched on the issue of long working hours within the profession. Since this is such a common talking point for architects, I decided to expand on the topic. First, let's define what is a "better architect." Is it being more productive? Regularly promoted? Highly paid? Someone who produces excellent design solutions? Usually, all of these characteristics tend to flow together. If you are a skilled...
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Emma Elliott presents new marble sculptures at on form 18

Emma Elliott presents new marble sculptures at on form 18

Emma Elliott is one of forty sculptors selected for on form 18, a biennial exhibition of sculpture in stone at Asthall Manor in the Cotswolds. She joins world renowned and... Read more ...

Seen in House & Garden UK, August 2018,Original Contemporary Seascape...

Seen in House & Garden UK, August 2018,Original Contemporary Seascape Painting “Falling Water Rising Tide“ by International Contemporary Seascape Artist Arrachme

“Falling Water Rising Tide” is part of Arrachme's Peaceful Worlds Series where you can find royal purple deposits lining the shores like a natural reddish carpet. Feel the... Read more ...

Geologic Abstract Mixed Media Painting “Phoenix Demo I” by Colorado Artist...

Geologic Abstract Mixed Media Painting “Phoenix Demo I” by Colorado Artist Carol Nelson

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Bløm Meadworks / Synecdoche Design Studio

Bløm Meadworks / Synecdoche Design Studio

Courtesy of Synecdoche Design Studio Architects: Synecdoche Design Studio Location: Ann Arbor, MI, United States Area: 2900.0 ft2 Project Year: 2018 Architect Of Record: Ply... Read more ...

Fine Art Free Standing Horizontal Sculpture, Resin, Steel, Cast Acrylic...

Fine Art Free Standing Horizontal Sculpture, Resin, Steel, Cast Acrylic “Aspen Trail” by Santa Fe Artist Sandra Duran Wilson

Side A: Side B: Take a walk among the aspens. There are 6 layers in this sculptural painting made from acrylic and collage. The piece is mounted in steel and is created to be... Read more ...

Fine Art Free Standing Horizontal Sculpture, Resin, Steel, Cast Acrylic...

Fine Art Free Standing Horizontal Sculpture, Resin, Steel, Cast Acrylic “Aspen Trail” by Santa Fe Artist Sandra Duran Wilson

Side A: Side B: Take a walk among the aspens. There are 6 layers in this sculptural painting made from acrylic and collage. The piece is mounted in steel and is created to be... Read more ...

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Sundays are the worst, Zachary Elliot

Sundays are the worst, Zachary Elliot

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Analemma over the Callanish Stones

Analemma over the Callanish Stones

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The Bird on the Street

The Bird on the Street

Kiwi Street Artist Owen Dippie painted the mural in Brooklyn Adele Renault in Jersey City, NJ. Adele Renault in Jersey City, NJ. The Bird on the Street Read more ...

The Intimate Work of Designing a Home

The Intimate Work of Designing a Home

Courtesy of Duo Dickinson Designing a home is no mean feat. It is a project of intimate importance to the client, and one small enough in which each seemingly minor decision... Read more ...