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House in the Dunes / Stelle Lomont Rouhani Architects

19:00 - 22 January, 2016
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DesignIntelligence 25 Most Admired Educators for 2016

16:00 - 23 November, 2015
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DesignIntelligence has named 25 educators for being the most "exemplary professionals" in their field. With professors from some of the US' top architecture schools, each honoree was selected with "extensive input from thousands of design professionals, academic department heads, and students." 

The "most admired" US design professors of 2016, include:

Spotlight: Rem Koolhaas

06:00 - 17 November, 2015
The Seattle Public Library / OMA. Image Courtesy of OMA
The Seattle Public Library / OMA. Image Courtesy of OMA

With the extensive list of acclaimed alumni of his firm, OMA, it is not a stretch to call Rem Koolhaas (born 17 November 1944) the godfather of contemporary architecture. Equal parts theorist and designer, over his 40 year career Koolhaas has revolutionized the way architects look at program and interaction of space, and today continues to design buildings that push the capabilities of architecture to new places.

NCARB Names 13 US Architecture Schools for Integrated Licensure Initiative

15:34 - 31 August, 2015
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The National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB) has named the first 13 accredited architectural schools to implement the "Integrated Path Initiative." Each selected school has proposed a pre-graduation curriculum that would provide students with the necessary mix of education, work experience, and opportunities to complete the Architect Registration Examinations (ARE) to achieve licensure before graduation. The initiative was spearheaded by NCARB to shorten the time it takes for US architects to get licensed. 

The 13 accepted schools represent "a wide range B.Arch and M.Arch programs in nine jurisdictions, including both public and private institutions," says NCARB. These schools are:

ArchDaily's Ultimate List of Advice for Incoming Architecture Students

09:30 - 24 August, 2015
OMA's Milstein Hall at Cornell University shows off the dynamic atmosphere of an architecture school; as students on he ground floor have seminars and crits, other students mill above them. Image © Matthew Carbone
OMA's Milstein Hall at Cornell University shows off the dynamic atmosphere of an architecture school; as students on he ground floor have seminars and crits, other students mill above them. Image © Matthew Carbone

Architecture school. You’ve heard the myths - the legends of all-nighters and innovation, of unmatched workaholism and love for the profession. Perhaps you know what you want – to solve the great urbanization problem, to create the next sustainable wonder-gadget, or maybe just to start your own firm and show the architectural world how it’s done. Maybe you have no idea what you want to do, drawn to architecture by the romance, the larger-than-life scale. Maybe you’re an artist who wants a job when they graduate. A hometown hero, you’re about to be thrown into a classroom of the best, possibly for the first time in your life. You’ll be surrounded by the brightest in engineering, problem solving, writing, drawing and a host of other skills. Anxious and excited, you stand ready at the doors of architectural education, hungry for innovation and ready to share and learn from others. Stepping inside that first day, you prepare yourself for the best - and most difficult times of your life so far.

To prepare you for the strange beast that is architecture school, shed light on what is fact and fiction, and give you some peace of mind, we at ArchDaily have prepared a list of advice for all incoming architecture students. There is no other education in the world quite like an architectural one, and we hope that this list can help prepare you for its unique wonders and challenges. The advice below is meant to ease the transition into school as much as possible – but be warned, nothing can compare to experiencing the real deal. Read them all after the break.

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12 Architecture Schools to Offer "Integrated Path" to Licensure Before Graduation

15:35 - 11 August, 2015
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In an ongoing effort to ease the path to licensure, the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB) has accepted proposals from 12 accredited US architecture schools to implement an "Integrated Path" to licensure. The initiative would give students the opportunity to complete the Intern Development Program (IDP) requirements and take the Architect Registration Exams (ARE) prior to graduation. Students would not be required to pass all ARE divisions in order to graduate. 

“The programs in this inaugural class exhibited a high degree of creativity, and are focused on strengthening the relationship between schools, the practice community, and licensing boards,” said Licensure Task Force (LTF) Chair Ron Blitch, a Louisiana architect who is a former NCARB President and current member of the NAAB Board of Directors and the Louisiana State Board of Architectural Examiners.

Green Woods House / Stelle Lomont Rouhani Architects

12:00 - 24 April, 2015
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Ocean Deck House / Stelle Lomont Rouhani Architects

01:00 - 19 February, 2015
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And the Best US Architecture Schools for 2015 Are…

00:00 - 3 November, 2014
The Trays at Harvard GSD. Image © Kris Snibbe/Harvard University News Office
The Trays at Harvard GSD. Image © Kris Snibbe/Harvard University News Office

DesignIntelligence has released their 2015 rankings of the Best US Architecture Schools for both undergraduate and graduate programs. Over 1,400 professional practice organizations were surveyed and asked to respond to the question: “In your firm’s hiring experience in the past five years, which of the following schools are best preparing students for success in the profession?” In addition, more than 3,800 architecture, landscape architecture, interior design, and industrial design students were also surveyed about their education, in data presented separately from the rankings.

However, perhaps more enlightening than the ranking itself are the firms' responses to several additional issues raised in the report.  For example, 54.6% of the firms surveyed selected sustainability and climate change as the professions’ biggest concern, while maintaining design quality was a close second.  Firms also provided insights on the most important qualities of new graduates entering the workplace, with an overwhelming 70.1% selecting attitude/personality as the most important attribute. 

Read on after the break for the Top 10 undergraduate and graduate programs.

Sayres House & Hanging Gardens / Maziar Behrooz Architecture

01:00 - 20 September, 2014
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Courtesy of Maziar Behrooz Architecture

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Six Essential Materials & The Architects That Love Them

01:00 - 5 March, 2014

In case you missed it, we’re re-publishing this popular post for your material pleasure. Enjoy!

To celebrate the recent launch of our US product catalog, ArchDaily Materials, we've coupled six iconic architects with what we deem to be their favourite or most frequently used material. From Oscar Neimeyer's sinuous use of concrete to Kengo Kuma's innovative use of wood, which materials define some of the world's best known architects?

Willow Theater / Tim Lai Architect + Brad Steinmetz Stage Design

01:00 - 23 October, 2013
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WSU Enrollment Services Center / Robert Maschke Architects

01:00 - 21 October, 2013
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© Matthew Carbone
  • Architects

  • Location

    Dayton, Ohio, United States
  • Project Team

    Robert Maschke, FAIA, Marc Manack, AIA, Matthew Lindsay
  • Civil Engineer & Landscape Architect

    Environmental Design Group
  • Structural Engineer

    I.A. Lewin, P.E. and Associates
  • Mechanical / Electrical Engineer

    Denk Associates, Inc.
  • Plumbing Engineers

    Pardo Consultants, Inc.
  • Area

    14000.0 sqm
  • Project Year

    2013
  • Photographs

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New PBS Architecture Series Features 'Cool Spaces!'

00:00 - 27 March, 2013
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© Matthew Carbone

In an age where almost every conceivable subject has spawned its own reality series - be it Dancing On Ice or Hillbilly-Hand-Fishing - PBS's new show, Cool Spaces!, aims to stimulate the public's curiosity by engaging us in the story behind some of North America's most interesting public buildings. The AIA sponsored show, which is hosted by Boston-based architect Stephen Chungdeparts from usual architecture-related television shows, which tend to focus on makeovers of private homes. Not only will this show look at public buildings, but it will also examine the people who's lives it has affected, the places that have shaped it, and the mind of the architect who brought all of these things together to design it.

Read more about the series and see a sneak preview after the break...

Ocean Guest House / Stelle Architects

01:00 - 13 February, 2012
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© Matthew Carbone

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Milstein Hall at Cornell University / OMA

01:00 - 1 November, 2011
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© Matthew Carbone
  • Architects

  • Location

    Ithaca, New York, USA
  • Client

    Cornell University, College of Architecture, Art and Planning (AAP)
  • Project Area

    47.000 sqf addition to the College of Architecture, Art and Planning - Studios, Crit spaces, Auditorium, Exhibition, Exterior Workspace and Plaza.
  • Project Year

    2011
  • Photographs

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YN-13 / Morris Sato Studio

01:00 - 20 January, 2011
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© Matthew Carbone
  • Architects

  • Location

    Shelter Island, New York, USA
  • Design Principals

    Michael Morris & Yoshiko Sato
  • Project Architect

    Jorge Salgado
  • Project Team

    Stephan Hausheer, Ricardo Areias
  • General Contractor

    Legacy Homes, Inc.
  • Photographs

    Matthew Carbone · Photographer Profile, Courtesy of Morris Sato Studio

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Cleveland Clinic Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health / Frank Gehry

18:48 - 22 June, 2010
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© Matthew Carbone, Photographer

A few weeks ago we introduced you one of the latest built projects by Frank Gehry, the Cleveland Clinic Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health in Las Vegas. The center is supported by Keep Memory Alive, and it is planned to become a national resource for the most current research and scientific information for the treatment of Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, Huntington ‘s Diseases, and ALS (Lou Gehrig’s Disease) as well as focusing on prevention, early detection and education.

The two buildings together, along with the Reflection Garden © Matthew Carbone, Photographer
The two buildings together, along with the Reflection Garden © Matthew Carbone, Photographer

On our previous feature we got a glimpse of the project, which at first sight might look like just another Gehry project. And now, thanks to these new photos by Matthew Carbone, we can get a better look at it.

The center features three main spaces: