A Bienal de Arquitetura de Chicago de 2017 está chegando ao fim após quase 4 meses de exposições, discussões, passeios, exibições de filmes e outros eventos. A segunda edição do evento, que tem como tema Make New History, será encerrada com dois eventos antes da exibição finalmente fechar no domingo, 7 de janeiro. Saiba mais sobre os eventos restantes. Depois disso, no sábado 6 de janeiro, às 14h30, haverá uma mesa redonda intitulada The Interior: Collected, Observed e Explored.
Are we going to follow a model of unsustainable building and construction similar to what I witnessed in China—or can we develop a uniquely African model of sustainable, and equitable development? I'm optimistic we can. In this recent TED Talk, Christian Benimana talks about his journey as an architect—growing up in Rwanda, studying in China, and finally returning to Africa to see the beginnings of a building boom very similar to what he witnessed in Shanghai.
Metro and subway maps can tell us a lot about cities. For example, by comparing metro maps from different cities, you might be able to understand those cities' relative size or level of development. Or, by comparing a metro map to an earlier version from the same city, you can learn about the pace of development being experienced in that city. What these "maps" rarely tell you with any reliability, though, is the actual geography of the city itself.
@bygghouse@markasaurus 4) the thing that I actually commented on, that you said about students in universities, is demonstrably ridiculous and shows without doubt that you are either shockingly ill-informed or deliberately trolling, and I have little time for either, so ok bye I hope you have fun here
@bygghouse 3) as stated by @markasaurus nobody said no architects work on luxury projects, it was you who said the opposite. Some architects work on luxury projects exclusively; others even do houses in order to keep their practices afloat while they do less lucrative/pro bono work
@bygghouse The website I work for publishes 11 projects a day, today including among other things a community center, medical center and University building--thus refuting your initial claim that the "entire profession does nothing but cater to rich people."
@bygghouse Without wanting to be "involved" in this allow me to make a few observations: 1) the website I work for is not a school of architecture, so I don't see how what we publish is indicative of what schools "inculcate" in their students
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