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Software implementation in architecture firms

Architecture firms are fast adopting the power of technology for automating their office chores. With software application helping employees to leverage their knowledge in every area of business, thus enhancing the firm’s competitive advantage. 222 more words

Task Management

It's all about the money? I think not!

(A childs fishing net is great for plucking prawns from the sea as they float around the rocks on the incoming tide)

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“We should do away with the absolutely specious notion that everybody has to earn a living. 1,612 more words

A Story

Love, beauty, architecture

Steve Mouzon, an architect in Miami, has been the strongest advocate for years of lovability in architecture. He correctly sees lovability is a crucial factor in the creation of a living environment, and in assuring that people care for it (and take care of it) well into the future. 593 more words

Art And Design

Costly design in Pyongyang

It appears that the architect of Terminal 2 of North Korea’s international airport, Ma Won Chun, was executed because the Dear Leader failed to appreciate the design. 365 more words

Architecture

IIA Elections, much ado about nothing?

Dear IIA,

Kudos to you about the strong follow up for the elections this time, even as there are too many mails telling everyone to put the profession first, or to get it right. 146 more words

Architects

Helsinki Gugg goes glug glug

After all that jumping up and down, with 1,715 entries from around the world, the competition to design Guggenheim Helsinki has coughed up a winner, by Paris-based Moreau Kusunoki Architectes, of decidedly modest design, “an indistinct jumble of pavilions faced in charred wood.” Here is rest of The Economist’s assessment, called “ 315 more words

Architecture