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Metropolitan University Leeds

Posted by on October 26, 2018 – 09:32 pm

Metropolitan University Leeds

Students at Leeds Metropolitan University have voted overwhelmingly against changing their university name to Leeds Beckett . An online referendum held last month by the Leeds Metropolitan student union prompted 1, 265 students to vote against the proposed name change compared to just 279 who backed it, out of 28, students. It means that the issue will now be raised at the board of trustees meeting which will be held next week. The outcome has been hailed by leading campaigner Joshua Malpass-Clark who said it displayed what the “lifeblood of this…

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Architecture In Cambridge

Posted by on August 11, 2018 – 07:49 pm

Architecture In Cambridge

Cambridge is the country’s most beautiful historic city. Its elegant centre is framed by architectural triumphs, surrounded by green spaces and home to the University of Cambridge’s world-famous colleges. Cambridge lives and breathes its past in its present; wander through the winding streets and follow in the steps of the city’s luminaries including Charles Darwin, Alfred Tennyson and Sylvia Plath to name but a few. Poets, philosophers, scientists, medics, engineers, prime ministers and Nobel Peace Prize winners have all left their mark here. Pay…

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Cambridge School of Architecture

Posted by on February 16, 2018 – 09:26 am

Cambridge School of Architecture

The School was founded in 1915 as the Cambridge School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture, and was the first to produce women graduate training in these two professions, coordinated under a single faculty. Due to Harvard University s policy of a male institution, the school ran as a little experiment in the office of Henry Frost, professor of architectural design at Harvard University, with only nine to twelve students, all women. In 1924 it was incorporated under Massachusetts law as an educational institution. In 1934 the School was…

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New England Style Architecture

Posted by on January 7, 2018 – 08:34 am

New England Style Architecture

“Name That House!” was originally published in Yankee Magazine Whether they come as leaf peepers, antiques hunters, or Freedom Trailers, travelers in New England frequently find themselves gawking at houses. And no wonder. With 370 years of settlement behind it, New England hosts a collection of architectural styles that is older and more varied than in any other part of the country. We probably know more about old houses than we realize. Because we see houses every day and know them from our history lessons, most of us carry around in our heads…

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Journal of Architectural

Posted by on December 22, 2017 – 07:24 am

Journal of Architectural

Faculty members at ACSA full-member programs, affiliate members, and supporting members, receive print copies of the journal as part of their membership. The journal is available online via the ACSA website, where members may access issues directly. Libraries, individuals, and organizations interested in subscribing may do so through Taylor & Francis. Aa a member of the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE), the JAE endorses its “Best Practices” as do its publishers. By submitting one s work for review and publication, all authors attest…

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Cambridge Architectural

Posted by on December 6, 2017 – 07:05 am

Cambridge Architectural

Our woven wire mesh is a canvas, a blank slate that can be transformed into the endless possibilities of your design ideas. Cambridge Architectural’s fundamental platform is to be open to your ideas, assisting you through the entire process to create stunning architecture that is not only completely original, but functional as well. We use the design-build approach and begin by partnering with the architects, the building owners, and the contractors, in the conceptual design phase. We can help identify the most beneficial functions of our mesh systems…

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Architectural Resources Cambridge

Posted by on June 26, 2017 – 01:44 pm

Architectural Resources Cambridge

Courtesy of Warren Patterson These pictures are of the new office interiors of ARC/Architectural Resources Cambridge. ARC moved from Kendall Square in Cambridge to 501 Boylston St in Boston’s Copley Square. Built in 1940, the 501 Boylston St building occupies a storied place in Boston s architectural history. Its granite façade and Art Deco details occupy the block between Clarendon and Berkeley streets, on the site of MIT s first home, the Rogers Building (1866-1939). Courtesy of Warren Patterson Today, 501 is home to dozens of knowledge and innovation…

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Waterloo Cambridge

Posted by on June 6, 2017 – 12:50 pm

Waterloo Cambridge

Velofix Kitchener, Waterloo, Cambridge & Guelph Whether you are a roadie, mountain biker, commuter or just starting out it is easy to find what you are looking for here. With fun roads, some truly awesome mountain biking trails and a growing network of bike paths it is no wonder our region is home to one of the country’s largest cycling clubs. But with its fast-paced, growing population, people are more conscious than ever of how they spend their time. Let us save you time with our unique approach to bicycle service so you can spend more…

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Historical places in the UK

Posted by on March 8, 2017 – 04:50 am

Historical places in the UK

World Heritage Sites are places, ranging from forests and lakes to buildings and cities, that are ‘listed’ by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO). Places are listed as World Heritage Sites because of their special cultural or physical significance. The Department for Culture, Media and Sport is responsible for making sure the UK complies with UNESCO’s World Heritage Convention, and for nominating UK sites for World Heritage status. The nomination process We nominate UK sites from a tentative list of future…

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Best University for Architecture

Posted by on December 29, 2016 – 10:30 pm

Best University for Architecture

Gund Hall, Harvard University. Image © Harvard University It’s that time of year again: DesignIntelligence has released their 2014 rankings of the Best US Architecture Schools. Though many students and professionals are curious to know just who is number 1, we encourage you to forget the rankings and consider the survey’s invaluable insight on the current state of architecture and architectural education. Hundreds of design educators and professionals participated in the 2014 survey to identify the profession’s biggest challenges, as well as just…

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