Michael Crosbie, chairman and associate professor of the University of Hartford Department of Architecture talks with Cameron Sinclair, co-founder of Architecture for Humanity, a charitable organization that builds architecture and design solutions to humanitarian crises and brings professional design services to communities in need.
Deepika Padam, AIA, is founder and principal of BLEND architecture in San Francisco. While leading her own firm, she has assumed leadership roles for AIA at local, state and national levels, and advocates for sustainable design with the US Green Building Council.
In this podcast, we’ll have an opportunity to meet Elizabeth Chu Richter, FAIA. Elizabeth was elected 2014 AIA First Vice President, and 2015 AIA President Elect.
Member Slideshows are created each year for the Spring Conference to
illustrate the recent work of the attendee’s firms. All COD members are
welcome to participate. Attendees have 6 slides and 60...
Technology has immensely changed our world. Spaces that formerly had set commercial and institutional functions have now transformed into more flexible spaces and in some instances,...
What is sustainable design?
As the World Commission on Environmental and Development defines sustainability, it is designing that “[meets] the needs of today without compromising the ability...
A PARADIGM SHIFT:
Vitruvius laid out roads as ventilation conduits, exhausting contaminated air from roadside development, and bringing fresh air in: The ancient version of the oxygen tent. He capitalized...
Friday, April 18, 2014 Adequate Service Regulations Prevent Revitalization of Inner Ring Suburbs "The concept of city versus suburbs: drop it. It's obsolete, we need a new lexicon." (Christopher...
We are in a period of transition which , as yet, their has emerged no clear leader. Most of the larger architectural firms have their own advocates and connections. For a small firm I see a diminishing...
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