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Interview with Daniel Tobin, founder of Urban Art Projects (UAP), Australia

Daniel and Matthew Tobin are twin brothers who in 1993 founded Urban Art Projects (UAP) in Brisbane, Australia. UAP (1) is an australian based art foundry and consultancy which specializes in the realisation of  small (edition works) and large scale projects for artists as well as public and architectural projects would it be sculptures, features or wall facades to name a few. 2,516 more words

Interview

Welcome PGG and MURP Graduates!

I enjoyed meeting the new graduates in the Planning, Governance, and Globalization (PGG) doctoral program and the Urban Affairs and Planning (UAP) program this afternoon. We have a diverse group of students this year who come to Virginia Tech from various U.S. 49 more words

General Interest

The Market Call (Jul 2014)

Q2 GDP Growth May Surprise on Upside

Despite an acceleration in inflation to 4.5% in May and a slowdown in exports in April, Q2 GDP growth may surprise on the upside, considering the 1.6 M jobs created in the year ending April 2014, and double-digit growth of 12.8% in industrial output for the same month. 332 more words

FMIC

Neighborhood Chat Boxes Archive

The Neighborhood Chat Boxes that were made during our inaugural public workshop have been archived below. Each participants name, neighborhood, design and prompt responses begin to tell stories about the places people live in and interact with on a daily basis. 139 more words

Harlem

Corporate Sustainability from the Millennials' Perspective

In the tradition of storytelling, allow me to revive this blog by sharing with you a talk I made at the 3rd National Sustainability Conference: The Future Leaders’ Summit. 65 more words

Sustainability

Architect's Credo

I shall work with this virtuous commitment: to exercise to the utmost my duty to myself, my country, and my God.

I shall uphold the ideals, follow the norms of conduct of a noble profession, and endlessly endeavor to protect and further its just ends. 313 more words

Architecture