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Music - Architecture - 13.12.2018
Hark! UW talents - on page and disc - for the good Dawgs on your holiday shopping list
An architect argues to stay the wrecking ball and reuse older buildings, a historian recalls Martin Luther King Jr.'s timeless economic message, a master storyteller brings a new set of tales, an engineer conjures a children's book with a robot's-eye view of the deep ocean..

Architecture - 13.12.2018
Mario Botta: "I'd like to create a monastery"
Throughout his 50-year-long career, architect Mario Botta has seen his profession undergo profound change, from the introduction of modern styles to the advent of post-modernism.

Social Sciences - Architecture - 08.11.2018
EPFL celebrates 15 years of
EPFL celebrates 15 years of "polytechnic sociology"
For the past 15 years, EPFL's Urban Sociology Laboratory has been showing students and researchers the value of incorporating social-science related concepts into engineering and architecture.

Environment - Architecture - 25.10.2018
Valuing older buildings: Architecture professor's book argues for reuse rather than wrecking ball
Valuing older buildings: Architecture professor’s book argues for reuse rather than wrecking ball
Administrative affairs Arts and entertainment Buildings and grounds For UW employees Health and medicine Honors and awards Official notices Politics and government UW and the community In her new boo

Architecture - 19.10.2018
LBRE reorganization speeds delivery of campus services
Lands, Buildings and Real Estate is making permanent a pilot program that distributed crew members throughout campus in four district offices.

Architecture - Innovation - 19.10.2018
"Mediocre tools lead to mediocre thinking"
Architect Bernard Tschumi has donated the archives of his Bridge City project - developed for the City of Lausanne in 1988 - to EPFL.

Environment - Architecture - 10.10.2018
"Timber construction helps us to reduce carbon emissions"
After years of relative neglect, timber construction is making a comeback. All over the world, architects are now using wood in designs of houses and even high-rise buildings.

Architecture - 25.09.2018

Architecture - 19.09.2018

History / Archeology - Architecture - 13.09.2018

Architecture - Career - 05.09.2018

Architecture - 27.08.2018
A new exhibition showcases the Swiss Riviera's modernist heritage
A new exhibition showcases the Swiss Riviera's modernist heritage
EPFL's Modern Architecture Archives Department (ACM) presents an exhibition illustrating the key role that the Lake Geneva region played in the development of modern architecture in the 20 th century.

Architecture - History / Archeology - 20.08.2018
The complicated racial history of the American skyscraper
When the first skyscrapers soared into existence in the 1880s, Americans were fascinated by the new buildings on the block.

Architecture - Social Sciences - 14.08.2018

Environment - Architecture - 06.08.2018
Mass timber: Thinking big about sustainable construction
Mass timber: Thinking big about sustainable construction
MIT class designs a prototype building to demonstrate that even huge buildings can be built primarily with wood.

Architecture - History / Archeology - 27.07.2018

Materials Science - Architecture - 27.07.2018
Where structure and ornamentation merge
Where structure and ornamentation merge
Researchers at ETH Zurich have fabricated an 80 m2 lightweight concrete slab at the DFAB House, making it the world's first full-scale architectural project to use 3D sand printing for its formwork.

Architecture - Environment - 23.07.2018
100 years of Sydney's School of Architecture, Design and Planning
100 years of Sydney’s School of Architecture, Design and Planning
The University of Sydney presents an immersive schedule of events to mark the centenary of the School of Architecture, Design and Planning and welcomes international architect Daniel Libeskind.

Architecture - Career - 12.07.2018
Architecture boosted by major gift from Susan and Garry Rothwell
Architecture boosted by major gift from Susan and Garry Rothwell
A high-profile Sydney couple say too many of our city's big building projects go to international firms.

Environment - Architecture - 27.06.2018
Architecture that breathes
Architecture that breathes
Campus news Planning and building with living construction materials: Prof. Ferdinand Ludwig founded the research field of "Baubotanik" in 2007.

Environment - Architecture - 20.06.2018

Event - Architecture - 20.06.2018

Architecture - Social Sciences - 25.05.2018
GLOBAL DEMANDS - Architectural research in a globalised world
GLOBAL DEMANDS - Architectural research in a globalised world
Whether in the sphere of architecture critique or on the market of speculative real estate investment, architecture is increasingly becoming the subject of global circulation.

Architecture - History / Archeology - 18.05.2018

Health - Architecture - 16.05.2018

Architecture - 25.04.2018

Architecture - 07.04.2018

Architecture - History / Archeology - 28.03.2018

Architecture - History / Archeology - 23.03.2018
President accepts renaming committee recommendations
President Marc Tessier-Lavigne has accepted the recommendations of the committee he appointed to consider renaming of Stanford buildings and sites.

Architecture - Event - 20.03.2018

Architecture - Career - 06.03.2018
NYC taxi ride data suggest cozy relationship between big banks and the Fed
Yesomi Umolu, exhibitions curator at the Reva and David Logan Center for the Arts at the University of Chicago, will serve as the artistic director of the Chicago Architecture Biennial 2019 edition, the Biennial and Mayor Rahm Emanuel announced on March 6.

Architecture - History / Archeology - 28.02.2018

Art and Design - Architecture - 18.02.2018

Architecture - 12.02.2018
Panel examines the convergence of art, government and the public space
Panel examines the convergence of art, government and the public space
In 'The Modernist,' the celebrated photographer aims a critical lens at the fetishization of midcentury modern homes Joy McCreary For more than 30 years photographer Catherine Opie has challenged soc

Economics / Business - Architecture - 12.02.2018
Star architecture and its impact on the city
Research news The Guggenheim Museum by star architect Frank Gehry led to an economic boom in the Spanish city of Bilbao.

Architecture - 08.02.2018
Catherine Opie sets fire to L.A. architecture in her first film
Catherine Opie sets fire to L.A. architecture in her first film
In 'The Modernist,' the celebrated photographer aims a critical lens at the fetishization of midcentury modern homes Joy McCreary For more than 30 years photographer Catherine Opie has challenged soc

Architecture - History / Archeology - 06.02.2018
Newly discovered buildings reveal clues to ancient Egyptian dynasties
The archaeological excavation of an ancient Egyptian city at Tell Edfu in southern Egypt, led by the Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago, has discovered well-preserved settlement remains dating to an important turning point in ancient Egyptian history, when the pharaohs began to renew interest in the provincial regions in the far south of their kingdom.

Art and Design - Architecture - 06.02.2018

Architecture - Environment - 22.01.2018
E-Genie tool could grant energy saving wishes for businesses
A new monitoring tool for businesses has been developed by researchers at the University of Nottingham to help reduce energy use and cut costs. The e-Genie tool is an energy feedback system created by researchers at the University of Nottingham's school of Psychology and Horizon Digital Economy Institute with the purpose of engaging staff with energy data and supporting them to take action to reduce energy use.