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Note: The deadline has been extended to Friday, July 13! Dear Colleagues, DesignIntelligence is conducting their annual surveys of America’s best architecture and design schools. If you are a person in your firm who hires architects, landscape architects, interior designers, or industrial designers,  you are invited to share your experiences and perspectives. The annual rankings are […]

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Shannon Standish of Charlotte, North Carolina is a fifth year student majoring in Architecture and minoring in Industrial Design and History. After graduation, she plans to work in an architectural office that focuses on custom residential or small-scale commercial spaces. She would like to work on buildings where she can get into the details of construction […]

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Professor of Architecture Markus Breitschmid is currently appointed as an external expert to review 130 architecture graduate degree theses at the Accademia di Architettura of the Universita della Svizzera Italiana in Mendrisio during the 2016 Spring and Summer semesters. The Accademia di Architettura is a prominent school of architecture located in the Italian-speaking part of […]

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Students from Virginia Tech’s School of Architecture + Design and the School of Performing Arts joined forces recently for a day of music and architecture on the Drillfield. Crowds gathered on the Drillfield throughout the day to watch a series of performances that were part of Unlikely Ensembles: Design-Build Experiments in Architecture & Music, a collaboration between the […]

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The international “Robotic Fabrication in Architecture, Art, and Design” convention was recently held in Sydney, Australia, at the 3rd Biennial International Convention on Robotic Fabrication in Architecture Art and Design (RobArch2016). Virginia Tech was the only university to host a workshop independent from an Australian academic institution. The workshop included 13 practitioners and students from all over the world. This was […]

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Amy Eliason of Ithaca, New York is a fifth year student studying Landscape Architecture. After graduation, she is excited to enter the workforce and see her ideas on paper become a built reality. She would like to work for a large multidisciplinary firm and potentially move out to the west coast.  What led you to […]

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On Tuesday, Jan. 19, the latest piece of the FutureHAUS project will debut at KBIS 2016 in Las Vegas, the largest kitchen and bath industry show of its kind. You may recall that the FutureHAUS’s kitchen debuted there last year, where it received a great deal of attention, including an article in USA Today. The […]

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Sustainable urban design was the focus of a special May 19 presentation at Hickok Cole Architects by two leading sustainability experts—the Metropolitan Institute’s Joe Schilling and Professor of Architecture Susan C. Piedmont-Palladino — both located at Virginia Tech’s campus in Old Town Alexandria.  The program highlighted the roots of sustainable urban design in nature and cities and the intersections […]

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