Discover Architects community leaders and engage with them – Kred | We all have Kred somewhere


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En entradas (post) previos, reseñé los portales Klout y Peerindex, que facilitan medir influencia en redes sociales.

Hoy es turno para otro buen recurso: Kred, desde donde reseño los veinte arquitectos que ellos identifican como líderes de la Comunidad en línea.

Y como plus, naturalmente, el posicionamiento de este Blog vía @arquitectonico.

  1. @FrankCunhaIII 998 0 FRANKCUNHAIII. Architect Artist Family Man Interested in Sustainable Design, Art, & Construction of Projects that lead to a positive future for everyone not just an elite few. First NYC, then Worldwide! · http://www.frankcunha.com – Siguiendo:  20.721 Seguidores: 20.486
  2. @wjmarchitect 988 8 William J. Martin. AIA, Designer, Architect, Planner creator of Econo-Functional Aesthetic Balance (E-FAB) Design Philosophy & former GREEN, BETTER, BEST – Green Talk Radio host. NYC metro area · http://wjmarchitect.com/econofunctionalaesthetic.htm – Siguiendo:  17.679 Seguidores: 16.119
  3. @ilovemyarch 985 7 I LOVE MY ARCHITECT, Experiencing life through the eyes of an Architect. Please follow @frankcunhaiii aka #FC3 USA · http://www.frankcunha.com – Siguiendo: 11.823 Seguidores: 11.776
  4. @FC3Arc 983 8 FC3Arc, Architect Artist Family Man Interested in Sustainable Design, Art, & Construction of Projects that lead to a positive future for everyone not just an elite few. NYC, USA · http://www.frankcunha.com – Siguiendo:  10.172 Seguidores: 10.116
  5. @tkpleslie 983 7 Leslie Carothers. Love furniture + design. CEO of http://tkpartnership.com– a social media agency for the furniture and interior design industry. Founder of #GetPublished chat. Houston, TX · http://www.tkpartnership.com – Siguiendo:  19.651 Seguidores: 22.345
  6. @FRANKCUNHAIII 981 8 FRANKCUNHAIII, Architect Artist Family Man Interested in Sustainable Design, Art, & Construction of Projects that lead to a positive future for everyone not just an elite few. First NYC, then Worldwide! · http://www.frankcunha.com – Siguiendo: 20.721 Seguidores: 20.486
  7. @EYerniyulia 974 7 ERNI Y PRAYOGABEFORE U JUDGE ME, MAKE IT SURE YOU’RE PERFECT • ♥ family • ♥ @indramedic INDRA PRAYOGA • ♥ sherny ELMO • MY ASTRO ♥ • ÜT: -7.0342889,107.5201026 · http://heello.com/erniyulia – Siguiendo:  272 Seguidores: 1.562
  8. @Tha_ScarFace 973 7 Ugo†homas™. Architect. – Siguiendo:  763 Seguidores: 6.095
  9. @qalamhadid 970 7 M. Qalam Hadid .Z. Sweet and Fun ⌣̈ #01 #SMKTunasBasketball. Men Sana In Corpore Sano. – Siguiendo:   369 Seguidores:  643
  10. @FC3Art 962 7 FC3Art, Architect & Visual Artist @frankcunhaiii #FC3 USA · http://www.frankcunha.com – Siguiendo:  8.589 Seguidores: 8.543
  11. @Modenus  961 6 Veronika Miller, CEO of Modenus.com the leading interior design resource in the US and UK . Bloggers, ask me how to be part of BlogTour 2013 in Cologne, NYC and London. Orlando and London · http://www.modenus.com
    – Siguiendo:  4.450 Seguidores: 11.292
  12. @destAwlnrst 960 7 Uyeeeee~´▿`)\m/ J-fans! ! SMANILA☺. Friendship is forever and ever! これは私の人生です。単純に、簡単(ʃƪ˘˘ﻬ) C’mon here #DESTANGERSS ÜT: -5.3937278,105.2435597 · http://destauyee.wordpress.com – Siguiendo: 436  Seguidores: 787
  13. @YoungKayCarter 958 7 KAY CARTER. The Official Page of Kay Carter. Investor, Celeb Booking Agent, Promoter/ Event Planner, Social Architect YoungKayCarter@gmail.com DMV · http://www.Twitter.com/IamDMV – Siguiendo:  2.435 Seguidores: 47.636
  14. @dita_tawa 954 7 Dita Anggiani. Architecture Engineering of Trisakti University’11 ..:: PΔRΔDOKS ::.. LIFE IS NEVER ENJOY. in your mind.  – Siguiendo:  242 Seguidores: 614
  15. @waku_waku 953 7 wakuwaku, iPhone tips & tricks founder. Apple Fanboy. Blogger. Successful Investor. Social Media Consultant. Mobile Device Management Architect. Dad to 3. Global · http://iPhone-tips-tricks.com – Siguiendo:  3.784 Seguidores: 3.656
  16. @nadiya_namaorgy 952 7 أملنادية They say you learn from your mistakes , that’s why they mistake me . South Africa. – Siguiendo:  268 Seguidores: 985
  17. @YourWakeUpCalll 952 8  Your Wake Up Call, Architect & Visual Artist @frankcunhaiii #FC3 Portugal · http://www.frankcunha.com
  18. @GROWNsix 951 7 Miss Gbemi#teamIDGAF… Love The Weird And Listens To The Unpopular. On it, – Siguiendo:  358 Seguidores: 473
  19. @Cooper_Designs 951 7  Chad Cooper. Former Town Architect for DPZ-planned TND :: New Urbanist :: Original Green (@stevemouzon) Advocate. Houston, TX area · http://ChadCooper.posterous.com – Siguiendo: 2.306 Seguidores: 3.384
  20. @nandachipy 950 7  Silvia_Nanda. Be my self | Love my family | Little architect ♥ | Kevin Septyan ♥ ÜT: -7.1696133,112.6532957 – Siguiendo: 302 Seguidores: 403

Como arriba indiqué, @arquitectónico también está presente en Kred

21. @arquitectonico 744 7 ArquitecturaS. El Blog de Darío Álvarez. http://blog.darioalvarez.net Arquitectura, Diseño, Innovación y más… El hecho constructivo, con acento digital. España, Europa · http://ArquitecturaS.WordPress.com  – Siguiendo:  110 Seguidores: 2.353

Para conocer mejor el funcionamiento y objetivos de Kred, recomiendo descargar y leer su Guía (Kred Guide) formato *.pdf

vía Kred | We all have Kred somewhere.

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http://kred.com/arquitectonico



3D imaging opens business window for architects  – Magazines |businessdailyafrica.com


For architects and interior designers, creating an impression that is as identical as possible to the final product is an essential element of their professions.

3D-compatible Samsung UNC7000 series. Experts say that the increasing adoption of 3D imaging and architectural animation has resulted in more accurate representations, convenience and saves clients time and money in construction projects. Photo/FILE
3D-compatible Samsung UNC7000 series. Experts say that the increasing adoption of 3D imaging and architectural animation has resulted in more accurate representations, convenience and saves clients time and money in construction projects. Photo/FILE

Most clients desire to see their buildings or interior spaces transformed into the ideal concept they had visualised. The architects are tasked with the unenviable responsibility of making this happen.

It is for this reason that the use of architectural animation and 3D modelling software in the design of buildings and interior spaces is fast gaining popularity.

Not so long ago, building plans used to be done and presented entirely on paper, consuming a lot of resources, time and labour.

However, an architectural job that could typically have taken up to three months in the past can now take two weeks.

Experts say that the increasing adoption of 3D imaging and architectural animation has resulted in more accurate representations, convenience and saves clients time and money in construction projects.

According to Waweru Njuguna, an architect and interior designer at Synergy Arc, an architectural firm in Nairobi, use of digital imaging in architecture boosts accuracy and speed in design.

“It’s now become much easier to show the client exactly what you want to build and the projected outcome using 3D models and animation,” says the architect. “In addition to this, changes and manipulation could easily be factored in as the project progresses eliminating the hassle of having to redo entire plans.”

Adds Njuguna: “If, for example, you are changing the flooring from wood to carpet, you can easily go back to your project design on the computer, make the changes and have the new layout reflect on the final design.”

This according to Njuguna, has made consultation between the design team and the clients easier and as such, proposals are developed much faster.

vía 3D imaging opens business window for architects  – Magazines |businessdailyafrica.com.

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Una colina por casa | Vivienda | elmundo.es | Peter Gluck and Partners, Architects


ARQUITECTURA | Montañas de Adirondack, en Nueva York

  • Cuenta con una piscina, un teatro, un gimnasio y varias terrazas y patios
  • ‘Bajo tierra’ la luz natural entra a través de las ventanas y un gran tragaluz
  • En la parte superior sólo está la oficina del propietario, con ‘muros’ de cristal

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Peter Gluck and Partners, Architects - ElMundo.es
Peter Gluck and Partners, Architects - ElMundo.es

¿Cuál es el fin de la arquitectura? Conforme el diseño y la construcción avanzan, son más los arquitectos que intentan desmarcarse de las clásicas ideas de urbanismo o edificación. Si hasta hace unos años lo importante era que un edificio o una vivienda llamara la atención y se hablara de ella ahora el minimalismo se impone a la ostentación.

Éste es el caso del arquitecto Peter Gluck que ha conseguido que su proyecto situado junto al lago George, en las montañas de Adirondack, en Nueva York, se camufle con el medio que lo rodea. En esta particular vivienda, de alrededor de 6.600 metros cuadrados hay espacio para vivir, para pernoctar y para disfrutar de los momentos de ocio. Porque esta atípica casa del lago cuenta, además de con un gran espacio verde exterior, de varias terrazas y patios así como una piscina.

En este proyecto, del que se ha hecho eco Architectural Record , Peter Gluck ha dividido la construcción en dos partes. Por un lado, está la oficina, en la parte superior de la construcción y, ‘bajo tierra’, la vivienda en sí y una zona para los momentos de relax que cuenta, además de con una larga piscina, con un anfiteatro, un gimnasio y una sauna. Además, la vivienda cuenta con casa de invitados y largos caminos donde perderse entre los árboles del parque de Adirondack (Nueva York).

vía Una colina por casa | Vivienda | elmundo.es.

Lakeside Retreat

Peter Gluck and Partners

Lakeside Retreat Peter Gluck and Partners Adirondack Mountains, New York Image courtesy Peter Gluck and Partners - Architectural Record
Lakeside Retreat Peter Gluck and Partners Adirondack Mountains, New York Image courtesy Peter Gluck and Partners - Architectural Record

Adirondack Mountains, New York

Peter Gluck’s modern take on the Adirondack Great Camp with two landform buildings that become part of the scenery.

Some minimalist architects boast that given enough money, they can make their architecture almost disappear. Although that claim seems to go against normal expectations about what so many architects really like to do, it often tempts those faced with a large program and a sensitive site.

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Unknown Fields Division Part I: Chernobyl Exclusion Zone – Architecture – Domus


An architecture report from Pripyat by Nelly Ben Hayoun

Research work at the site. Photograph by Neil Berrett. Domus
Research work at the site. Photograph by Neil Berrett. Domus

An international, multidisciplinary team of researchers visits the zones where the myths of the near future are manufactured.

The Visiting School Program at the Architectural Association under the direction of the talented and charismatic Liam Young and Kate Davies invited creative director and experience designer Nelly Ben Hayoun to join a multidisciplinary group of international research students, architects, artists, and writers on a trip to extraordinary landscape and industrial sites. Dubbed the Unknown Fields Division, they pack their Geiger counters and spacesuits to chart a course from the atomic to the cosmic, investigating the unknown fields between the exclusion zone of the Chernobyl Nuclear Reactor in the Ukraine and Gagarin’s launch pad at the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan. They will skirt the retreating tide of the Aral Sea and mine the ‘black gold’ in the Caspian oilfields and caviar factories. In these shifting fields of nature and artifice they aim to re-examine preservationist and conservationist attitudes toward the natural world and document a cross-section through a haunting landscape of the ecologically fragile and the technologically obsolete. Ben Hayoun delivers these excursionary dispatches from the zones where the myths of the near future are manufactured.

vía Unknown Fields Division Part I: Chernobyl Exclusion ZoneArchitecture – Domus.

Artículo que he “descubierto” gracias al gran escritor Bruce Sterling y su oportuno tuiteo:

@bruces Bruce Sterling http://www.domusweb.it/en/architecture/unknown-fields-division-part-i-chernobyl-exclusion-zone

Más artículos siempre muy interesante en el Blog del autor en la prestigiosa revista “Wired

Beyond the Beyond

CHERNOBYL AND BAIKONUR COSMODROME -AA

Nelly Ben Hayoun has been invited to join forces in a road trip from Chernobyl Exclusion Zone, through the Ukraine and the oil fields of Azerbaijan to rocket launch pad of Kazakhstan’s Baikonur Cosmodrone. A Project initiated by Liam Young and Kate Davies the AA( Architectural Association). more on the project at www.unknownfieldsdivision.com

Reports written by Nelly Ben Hayoun for Domus on this fantastic trip can be seen here

Entradas anteriores en ArquitecturaS:

Taringa! – Pripyat ciudad fantasma – Chernobyl (Sitios fantasma V)

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“Innovaciones en Concreto” (Competición en India) :: Innovations in Concrete Competition


For more competition details visit www.foundationsakc.com
For more competition details visit http://www.foundationsakc.com

FoundationsAmbuja Knowledge Centre is inviting professional, architects, engineers and designers from around the globe to take part in the Innovations in Concrete Competition. A platform to explore and utilize the versatility of concrete in generating innovative architectural masterpieces, structures and systems; leading to ideas that unveil the potential of concrete addressing various functions and appearances in this material. The competition seeks projects that demonstrate an ability to broaden conventional notions about concrete building and also balance aesthetic, innovative use and economic performance of concrete.

Innovations In Concrete Find details of the same in attached pdf file.

Thanks & Regards,

Abhijeet Mirashi,
Indian Architect & Builder Magazine / AEC World XP
www.iabforum.com; www.aecworldxp.com

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Puerto Rico Design eXchange 2010


Puerto Rico Design eXchange 2010 - www.prdx2010.com
Puerto Rico Design eXchange 2010 - http://www.prdx2010.com

For the first time in Puerto Rico, Designers, have the opportunity to exchange their ideas in one place, the Puerto Rico Design eXchange 2010.

This is an open design competition for emergent professionals and students in six different categories.

The PRDX2010 includes the following categories; Architecture, Fashion Design, Graphic Design, Industrial Design, Interior Design and Photography.

The competition extends an invitation to Designers, Architects, Engineers, Fashion Designers, Graphic Designers, Industrial Designers, Interior Designers, Photographers and students of all these categories.

We encourage Designers around the world to express them by submitting their work and ideas to PRDX2010.

Awards are given for excellence across a very broad spectrum in each design category.

Entries will be judged by a distinguished jury.

vía Puerto Rico Design eXchange 2010.

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World Architecture Festival – Barcelona 3-5 November 2010


WAF Barcelona - España 2010
WAF Barcelona - España 2010

Este importante evento internacional se realizará este año en España.

He contactado con los organizadores respecto a la posibilidad de registrarme como bloguero y cubrir contenidos en español (es lógico que siendo en España se publique material independiente en nuestra lengua común) sin que por ello haya problemas de derechos de autor (copyright) más aún en el caso que este Blog se inscribe dentro de las iniciativas copy-left.

No se si podré asistir, dado que estoy en paro, pero de contar con recursos o ayudas, así lo haré… si la justicia funcionara en España para esa fecha ya debería estar adscrito en alguna escuela de Arquitectura convalidando mis títulos obtenidos en el extranjero y avanzando, nuevamente, con mi Doctorado 😉

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World Architecture Festival (WAF): where architects and architecture meet.

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Why should I attend WAF?

7 reasons to register for World Architecture Festival TODAY.

  1. Hear directly from all shortlisted WAF entrants – this year there were a record number of submissions and attendees from booming markets such as Australasia, Singapore, India and Brazil.
  2. Exchange ideas with over 1000 architects from more than 80 countries from practices large and small, including Tecino from South Africa, CHANG Architects from Singapore, Logon Architecture from China, PTAM Vissarionov from Russia, Manasram Architects from India, Isay Weinfeld from Brazil and LAVA from Australia plus house hold names such as Foster + Partners, Studio Daniel Libeskind, Zaha Hadid Architects and David Chipperfield Architects.
  3. Mix with the pace setters in architectural thinking on this year’s Super Jury including Arata Isozaki, Barry Bergdoll, Enrique Norten, Hanif Kara and find out their thoughts on the most up-to-the-minute projects today.
  4. Be inspired by some of the most crucial projects this year with David Chipperfield’s seminal Neuesmeuseum and the groundbreaking landscape project Gardens by the Bay in Singapore included in the projects that will be uncovered in our multimedia thematic exhibition, Transformations.
  5. Keep up to date with the most innovative and exciting projects from across the globe with insightful keynote and seminar presentations from Josep Acebillo on the Transformation of Barcelona and Jo Noero on his restorative Red Location project in South Africa.
  6. Make real connections with the people you want to meet with before, during and after the festival with Festival Connect, WAF’s dedicated social networking site, focused and comprehensive networking events and online communities on Twitter, LinkedIn and Facebook.
  7. Meet the next generation of architectural talent at URBAN SOS, WAF’s live, global student competition sponsored by AECOM.

To talk to our Customer Service Team, contact them on:
T 0845 056 8339 (UK) / +44 (0)20 7554 5800 (Intl) or
E info@worldarchitecturefestival.com

vía World Architecture Festival – Barcelona 3-5 November 2010.


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The Architects’ Council of Europe / Conseils Des Architectes D’Europe


The Architects’ Council of Europe (ACE) is the European organisation representing the architectural profession at European level. Its headquarters and Secretariat are located in Brussels.

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Its growing membership consists of Member Organisations, which are the nationally representative regulatory and professional bodies of all European Union (EU) Member States, Accession States, Switzerland and Norway. Through them, it represents the interests of about 480,000 architects.

The principal function of the ACE is to monitor developments at EU level, seeking to influence those areas of EU Policy and legislation that have an impact on architectural practice and on the overall quality and sustainability of the built environment.

vía The Architects’ Council of Europe / Conseils Des Architectes D’Europe.

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AIA National Convention – Graphisoft North America


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AIA National Convention

Date:  June 10 – 12, 2010 | All Day Event | Eastern Time

Location:  Miami Beach Convention Center

1901 Convention Center Dr

Miami Beach, FL 33139

Click here for directions

Description:

The AIA 2010 National Convention offers more than 400 program offerings including preconvention workshops, seminars, tours, and expo education. The Convention theme, Design for the New Decade, will highlight, for architects and for others, how design, knowledge, vision, and leadership are essential in making a lasting, positive future in creating buildings and cities across the globe.

This year’s presenters include many of the nation’s brightest and most articulate, creative, and provocative leaders in a wide variety of design, building performance, practice, leadership, collaboration, research, technology, training, and mentoring.

Join our distinguished keynote speakers and discuss how the modern, global economy is redefining our profession. Let’s help shape the future of architecture by recommitting ourselves to our discipline’s primary mode of thought and action—design.

To register & for more information, please visit:

http://www.aiaconvention.com/

vía Graphisoft North America.

CONVENTION HIGHLIGHTS

Discuss how the modern, global economy is redefining our profession. Help shape the future of architecture by recommitting ourselves to our discipline’s primary mode of thought and action—design.

Over 200 unique educational offerings:

Incredible Pompidou-Metz Art Museum Rises in France | Inhabitat


by Kristi Bernick,

Construction is nearly complete on Centre Pompidou-Metz, an incredible new extension of the original Centre Pompidou modern art museum in Paris. Designed by architects Shigeru Ban and Jean de Gastines, the elegantly sloping structure takes inspiration from the technical properties of Chinese hats and bridges. The building is topped with a curvaceous roof that does a remarkable job of shielding it from the elements while opening up an expansive volume of space dedicated to the arts.

vía Incredible Pompidou-Metz Art Museum Rises in France | Inhabitat.

Web del Centre Pompidou-Metz

El 9 de enero de 2003, el Centro Georges Pompidou y la Ciudad de Metz anunciaron la decisión, de acuerdo con el Ministerio de la Cultura y de la Comunicación, de implantar en Metz la primera antena descentralizada del Centro Nacional de Arte y Cultura Georges Pompidou.

30 años del Centro Pompidou: Nueva sede en Metz
Por David Basulto [tricky]

Centre Pompidou, Metz (CPM), France. El primer Centro Pompidou de Francia fuera de París abrirá en la ciudad de Metz, Francia oriental, en el 2008. El nuevo centro fue diseñado por Shigeru Ban Architects (SBA) (Tokio) en asociación con Jean de Gastines (París) y Gumuchdjian Arquitectos (Londres). El centro de 35 millones de euros, con una superficie de suelo total de unos 12,500 m² ofreciendo 6,000 m² de espacio para exposiciones, va a alojar muestras permanentes y temporales y se espera abrirse el acceso para la gente desde más allá de Europa al alcance y la calidad de las colecciones de d’Art Musée Nacional Moderne, almacenadas en el Centro de Pompidou en París. Los arquitectos describen el proyecto como ‘un nuevo tipo de institución pública que puede cultivar y transformarse según el clima o la ocasión’.

Shigeru Ban en Wikipedia

El Centro Pompidou abrirá una sede en Metz – Perspectivas

Empieza el cambio · ELPAÍS.com

Actualización: 21 de mayo de 2010

Tres mil revoltosos paraguas para dar una bienvenida – Arte – Cultura – ABC.es

Los inspiradores del Pompidou · Archigram · ELPAÍS.com


Dibujo de Walking City, uno de los proyectos futuristas de Archigram.
Dibujo de Walking City, uno de los proyectos futuristas de Archigram.

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Valladolid acoge una muestra sobre la escuela arquitectónica Archigram

LAURA CANTALAPIEDRA – Valladolid

En las últimas décadas, la alta arquitectura ha descendido para jugar un papel trascendente en la vida pública. Aeropuertos, puentes, bodegas, edificios emblemáticos, viviendas sostenibles, han salido de los estudios de las estrellas del circuito actual, que en su época de mayor esplendor, crearon en Londres el grupo Archigram. Gente como Peter Cook, Warren Chalk, Ron Herron, Dennis Crompton, Michael Webb y David Greene, fueron los artífices de este movimiento, que enhebraba las palabras ARCHItecture y TeleGRAM y proponía una arquitectura profundamente tecnológica, realizada con nuevos materiales industriales, e indicativa de un modo de vida despreocupado y utópico. Más de cuarenta años después se presenta en Valladolid una retrospectiva de este colectivo. Un resumen de la historia de este importante movimiento a través de dibujos, maquetas, documentos y planos.

Archigram era al principio futurista, antiheróico y pro-consumista, y se inspiraba en la tecnología para crear una realidad con proyectos hipotéticos. Experimentaba con medios desechables, cápsulas espaciales e imaginería del consumo masivo. Sus obras ofrecían visiones seductoras de un glamouroso futuro de maquinas. Los temas sociales y ambientales quedaron olvidados. El movimiento bebía de las ideas del arquitecto italiano Antonio Sant’Elia, que imaginó un Milán futurista en su Città Nuova, y cuyas líneas, mezcladas con los conceptos de Archigram, fueron inspiración para el Pompidou, de Renzo Piano y Richard Rogers.

Una de las más famosas utopías del grupo fue la Plug-in City de 1964. La megaestructura de una ciudad dentro de la que idearon una universidad que crecería con el tiempo y cuyas aulas se instalarían o desmontarían según necesidades puntuales. Así, a medida que la gente tuviera más oportunidad de comunicarse a través de los ordenadores, el espacio sería el silo de almacenamiento de la información.

vía Los inspiradores del Pompidou · ELPAÍS.com.

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Profile from Dario Alvarez – Architizer – Empowering Architecture: architects, buildings, interior design, materials, jobs, competitions, design schools


En portada de Architizer, hoy - www.architizer.com
En portada de Architizer, hoy - http://www.architizer.com

Hoy me tocó portada en Architizer

me enteré por el cordial aviso de la editora, que transcribo a continuación:

Person Pick 20.01.2010!

from Nora Peyer
01/20/2010 | 09:25 am

Dear Dario,

You are featured on the homepage today!

Best,

Nora, Architizer

Profile from Dario Alvarez – Architizer – Empowering Architecture: architects, buildings, interior design, materials, jobs, competitions, design schools

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Actualización: 29 de marzo de 2010

Architizer: Created for architects, but built for the design addict

Wouldn’t it be great to have a database of contemporary architecture? A site where you could view photos of Roger Sherman’s 3-in-1 House, learn more about the firm Office 42, or locate Standard Architecture’s (not so) Hidden House?

Architizer to the rescue. The new site aspires to “redefine how architects show their work to the world.” It’s Facebook-for-architects, meets Linked-In, with a good dose of Google Maps. And while architects might be the target audience, design enthusiasts will surely enjoy lurking. If you’re shopping for an architect, you can scope out firms — or simply get lost looking at all the work

@Architizer Department of Self Promotion – @LATimes says Architizer ‘created for architects, but built for design addict’ http://ow.ly/1saLF