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Posted By David E. Ludwig Oct 20, 2017 5:42 PM
Found In Egroup: Housing and Community Development
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The current state of manufactured housing is dismal. M\Poor quality design and building. Ever seen a FEMA trailer? Tiny houses are a completely different breed of living environment. Rather than turning to the corporate failure of manufactured housing, lets turn away from the predictable toward locally ...
Posted By Jason P. Haskins AIA Oct 20, 2017 5:40 PM
Found In Egroup: Interfaith Forum on Religion, Art, & Architecture
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I'm seeing increasing evidence for a new, more nuanced  attitudes to architectures of the past, especially among younger architects and congregants. I wrote an article on these themes in the May/June 2017 issue of Texas Architect magazine that might be of interest: Tradition alism Resurgent - Texas Architect ...
Posted By R. A. Coco AIA Oct 20, 2017 5:39 PM
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Well... mobile or manufactured homes are cheaply (substitute inexpensively or value-engineered, your choice) constructed, expensive to heat, expensive to cool, difficult to move, tend to literally warp after a few moves, shunned by neighbors, and require special zoning just like tiny homes. For those ...
Posted By Isabella Rosse Oct 20, 2017 1:49 PM
Found In Library: Academy of Architecture for Health
This webinar is sponsored by the Academy of Architecture for Health (AAH) on December 19, 2017 from 2–3pm ET. Earn 1.0 AIA LU/HSW. This presentation attempts to identify the key trends that influence hospital planning today and to follow their origins back over the past century of hospital evolution. ...
Posted By Isabella Rosse Oct 20, 2017 12:05 PM
Found In Community: Academy of Architecture for Health Events
Earn 1.0 AIA LU/HSW | Tuesday, December 19, 2017 | 2–3pm EDT Description This presentation attempts to identify the key trends that influence hospital planning today and to follow their origins back over the past century of hospital evolution. It is informative to find the origins and history ...
Posted By Miles Wiseman Oct 19, 2017 7:56 PM
Found In Contact: Miles Wiseman's Blog
For many of us, decorating a small bedroom is quite the ask. To begin with, you don’t have much of a space to work with, so you are working under severely constrained circumstances. Secondly, because you have limitations, you have to fit in a little bit of everything, and this is where most of us go ...
Posted By Kathleen A. Dorgan FAIA Oct 19, 2017 5:32 PM
Found In Egroup: Housing and Community Development
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All - At the last Housing KC we discussed possible ways to support the communities impacted by the recent storm events. My suggestion is that we provide $10,000 to fund students of accredited architecture schools to work in the impacted communities during their January term break. I suggest that we ...
​ We believe that Worship venue design will continue to trend toward supporting immersive worship experiences that are often dependent on relatively sophisticated Audio and Video systems. There will continue to be emphasis on large Community Gathering spaces and secure, state-of-the-art environments ...
Posted By Katherine B. Ball AIA Oct 19, 2017 10:55 AM
Found In Egroup: Interfaith Forum on Religion, Art, & Architecture
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Hello, IFRAA! I'd like to gather some thoughts on any worship design trends which might impact and inform our designs for the coming year. Have you spotted any interesting trends in your region? Thanks for any insight you're willing to share! ------------------------------ Katherine Ball AIA LS3P Associates, ...
Posted By Emma Tucker Oct 19, 2017 10:50 AM
Found In Community: Committee on Architecture for Education Events
XQ Prize: How Pursuing an Ambitious Competition Brought the Community Together, Pushed Educators, and Freed Designers to Think Big   Last year the XQ Prize, a nationwide competition for $10M to completely re-imagine what a public high school could be, greatly influenced the design of Arizona’s first ...
Posted By Edward J. Shannon III AIA Oct 19, 2017 9:22 AM
Found In Egroup: Housing and Community Development
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I appreciate the creativity that goes into Tiny Houses. However, why not just use manufactured/mobile houses? They are readily available and guaranteed to meet code. -- Edward J. Shannon, Architect T.515-779-9050 www.edwardjshannon.com
Posted By Robert Medan AIA Oct 18, 2017 5:35 PM
Found In Egroup: Housing and Community Development
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I think this will require thinking outside the box as families find that rentals are unavailable or too far away from school or work, never mind the cost. The tiny house and it's sibling, the manufactured home, trailers, tents can help fill the void. A Polish Architect has come up with a viable alternative ...
Posted By Emma Tucker Oct 18, 2017 4:15 PM
Found In Community: Committee on Architecture for Education Events
Please join us for our October Call for a discussion of the role of Owner's Representatives in Higher Education projects. Susan Wallace, a Principal at Zubatkin Owner Representation, LLC, based in NYC will be on the call to participate in the conversation. It is also hoped that any of our sub committee ...
Posted By Michelle Ossmann Assoc. AIA Oct 18, 2017 11:08 AM
Found In Community: Academy of Architecture for Health Blogs
The latest Roundtable Report from the NEJM Catalyst,  Measuring What Matters and Capturing the Patient Voice , details their 'Taxonomy of the Patient Voice' in the design of care and as an input to care.  While including patient-participants during physical design is not new to our community, it was ...
Posted By Brad A. McKenzie AIA Oct 17, 2017 5:39 PM
Found In Egroup: Small Project Practitioners
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I have noticed in many residential applications that the tiny air space gets clogged with mortar. The air space should be more than 1" and mortar net or similar product used, or the weeps would just get clogged and be irrelevant. Getting a residential mason to do this can be difficult even though it ...
Posted By David E. Ludwig Oct 17, 2017 5:25 PM
Found In Egroup: Housing and Community Development
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Dear Governor Brown, With current wildfires destroying over 3000 housing units in an area already impacted by a housing shortage and lack of affordable housing it is time for state recognition of Tiny Houses on wheels as a valuable solution to the recovery efforts. I request that your office support ...
Posted By Aric L. Gitomer AIA Oct 17, 2017 8:31 AM
Found In Egroup: Small Project Practitioners
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Thomas Bank II that is correct I am not speaking of an adhered veneer. I am referring to a brick veneer as per the following description: http://www.gobrick.com/Portals/25/docs/Technical%20Notes/tn28.pdf Gobrick remove preview View this on Gobrick > and the actual CABO ...
Posted By Kristen Houghton Oct 16, 2017 9:29 PM
Found In Community: Committee on Architecture for Education Blogs
I am a graduate architecture student at Norwich University and also work as a substitute teacher’s aide for disabled children in the Saratoga City School District when my schedule allows. Through the classroom experience, as well as my own experiences with bullying, have helped develop my thesis topic ...
Posted By Thomas Bank II AIA Oct 16, 2017 7:59 PM
Found In Egroup: Small Project Practitioners
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Brick veneer is a completely different animal than a brick masonry cavity wall. There really isn't anything to weep from in a brick veneer. [Edit] Ok, it took me awhile to find the applicable CABO diagram (page 46 here ). I see that they're (and presumably you are) referring to a veneer brick as opposed ...
Posted By Jack Hillbrand AIA Oct 16, 2017 6:42 PM
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I use a Canon iX6820 and I have had 25 sheets in one printing. ------------------------------ Jack Hillbrand Architect Santa Monica, CA ------------------------------
Posted By Michael B. Strogoff FAIA Oct 16, 2017 6:01 PM
Found In Egroup: Practice Management Member Conversations
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Excellent point Justus about a "preflight" checklist at the beginning of each phase. And I suggest another preflight checklist that a firm gives to and discusses with their client outlining information needed, decisions needed and when, input points, etc. This is often combined with an action-focused ...
Posted By William J. Hirsch AIA Oct 16, 2017 6:00 PM
Found In Egroup: Housing and Community Development
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Aric - This is a good question. My guess is that even if they installed weeps in those instances, the finger space behind the brick would be full of mortar droppings and essentially ineffective. As far as why there are not wholesale problems, a knowledgeable building scientist could probably answer that. ...
Posted By A. Lira V. Luis AIA Oct 16, 2017 5:49 PM
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Chicago Architecture Biennial Partner Program VIRTUAL PRACTICES: The Impact of Technology and Transience on New Histories in Practice How have today's architectural practices evolved? The economic models of building practices played an important historical role in the realization of design ideas – ...
Posted By A. Lira V. Luis AIA Oct 16, 2017 5:49 PM
Found In Egroup: Young Architects Forum
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VIRTUAL PRACTICES: The Impact of Technology and Transience on New Histories in Practice How have today's architectural practices evolved? The economic models of building practices played an important historical role in the realization of design ideas – yet more often, the building product was given ...