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Questions Every Architecture Student Should Ask Professionals Before Graduating

Core Questions

  • How representative is our current school work load and work ethic to our future professional work load and work ethic?
  • How much does the location of where you live/work affect what kind of work you do?
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The International Style and Houses in the Style

“House is a machine for living.”

                                                                                  Le Corbusier

International Style, as an architectural style, is a trend that has been influential from the 1920s until 1950s. 2,939 more words



Every summer, AIAS (American Institute of Architecture Students) chapters from all over the U.S. come to Washington D.C. for a conference called Grassroots. 319 more words



Few days from now, the June 2017 Architect Licensure Exam (ALE) will take place. Many will have the chance to make one’s name a lil’ bit longer. 1,468 more words


Parts 3 : Dioramas and Narrative

My Diorama’s are the products of an interpretation of Graham’s Theatre, Cinema, Power, where he speaks of reality always being seen through an imaginary frame. 648 more words

Part 2: Typological Miniatures

The works of Andrea Zittel, Alan Wexler, Marco Tirelli and Isabelle Bonte are examples of architectures which investigate the autonomy of architectural forms.

By isolating objects as studies in composition using an internal formal logic rather than a contextual logic, the items that they create challenge, and possibly deform, some of the most highly regarded influences on architectural design (use, scale and context in particular). 43 more words

Part 1: Ground Breaking

In Sculpture in the Expanded Field, Rosalind Krauss uses a geometric device, the so‐called ‘expanded field’ to broaden the definition of sculpture from ‘that which is not architecture and not landscape’ to include things which fall into the category ‘both architecture and landscape, and therefore, in a way, neither’. 63 more words