by Lee W. Waldrep, Ph.D., editor of ARCHCareersGuide What is the best way to research an architecture program? Most would suggest you visit the campus and meet with faculty/representatives from the architecture program. But many students may not have the resources nor time to visit. Well, attending an Architecture/Design Career Day/College Fair (see below) is […]
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(via NetCredit) “The United States is a comparatively young country, but one with a rich and diverse history. From the ancient villages of New Mexico’s Pueblo people and the early Spanish settlers in Florida, to the Russian traders of Alaska and 19th-century missionaries in Utah, each of the 50 states has its own story to […]
(via Berkeleyside) UC Berkeley associate professor of architecture Ronald Rael’s “Cabin of Curiosities” is a livable, water-tight structure in Oakland that was unveiled in May of 2018. With succulents growing off the exterior walls and a translucent interior, the cabin catches the eye and inspires wonder. What makes the structure truly unique, however, is not […]
The Center for Emerging Professionals sponsors an annual exhibit of architectural work, design, and art from the rising generation of architecture and design professionals. The exhibit is showcased on aia.org. Deadline: August 6th, 2018 at 11:59pm ET Submit! The EP Exhibit is open to any architecture student, recent graduate, or architect licensed fewer than 10 […]
(via AD) Are you looking for funding opportunities for the summer or post-graduation? We have compiled a list of architecture fellowships that you can explore. Hart Howerton Travel Fellowship Since 2006, the full-service architecture firm Hart Howerton has hosted summer fellowships for students in both its New York and San Francisco offices. The program includes […]