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Architecture - Career - 20.10.2022
Designing her world

Environment - Architecture - 20.10.2022
’Drawing Together’ is awarded Norman B. Leventhal City Prize
Winning project supports collaboration between public housing residents in New York City and a local nonprofit offering training for work in the digital economy.

History / Archeology - Architecture - 05.10.2022
University of Glasgow creates knitting patterns based on its iconic architecture

Environment - Architecture - 05.10.2022
UBC experts on municipal election issues
UBC experts on municipal election issues

Transport - Architecture - 04.10.2022
Weg van Lawaai. A unique app that opens your ears

History / Archeology - Architecture - 04.10.2022
A diploma, a discovery, and an historic legacy
A diploma, a discovery, and an historic legacy

Architecture - 03.10.2022
Installation Ceremony Officially Welcomes CFA Dean, Heads

Civil Engineering - Architecture - 29.09.2022
More soil, less concrete: changing mindsets in construction
More soil, less concrete: changing mindsets in construction
For his Master's project, architecture student Jeremy Morris assessed the life cycle of building materials in Vaud Canton.

Computer Science - Architecture - 23.09.2022
Breathing life into video pixels
Breathing life into video pixels
Autonomous virtual humans that move and behave naturally are Siyu Tang's vision. One area from which the computer scientist draws inspiration are our behavioural patterns.

Innovation - Architecture - 19.09.2022
’This is how all new products should be designed’: An intelligent boot and housing for older women named among Australia’s top designs of 2022

Environment - Architecture - 13.09.2022
IGOLO launches the UK’s first sustainable marketplace for home renovation products and design

Architecture - 12.09.2022
Salon du lycéen et de l’Étudiant Friday 13 and Saturday 14 January 2023

Architecture - 06.09.2022
If you work in Zurich, you should be able to live there - but where exactly?
If you work in Zurich, you should be able to live there - but where exactly?
Much controversy surrounds the Neugasse project in the city Zurich. Spatial development scientist Sibylle Wälty shows how this area could contribute to alleviating the housing shortage: by building more densely than currently planned.

Architecture - Environment - 01.09.2022
Preserving suburbia
Preserving suburbia
A raft of initiatives over the past 20 years testifies to growing interest in preserving Quebec's bungalows.

Environment - Architecture - 31.08.2022
'TERRITORIAL TURN!': Sustainable and adaptive urban systems
’TERRITORIAL TURN!’: Sustainable and adaptive urban systems

Architecture - Social Sciences - 31.08.2022
What will future cities and regions look like?

Architecture - Social Sciences - 31.08.2022
How do teens feel about Montreal?
How do teens feel about Montreal?
As Montreal develops a new urban planning and mobility plan, a participatory action-research project gives teenagers a chance to express their vision of their city and of their role as citizens throu What do young Montrealers think of their neighbourhoods and their city?

Environment - Architecture - 25.08.2022
#5: Buildings and Energy
#5: Buildings and Energy
Brian Cody is an engineer with over 30 years of experience in the analysis and design of energy efficient cities, buildings and systems.

Environment - Architecture - 23.08.2022
Historic buildings upgraded to the latest energy standards
Historic buildings upgraded to the latest energy standards
In early August 2022, the Aerogel Architecture Award was presented at Empa for the second time. The winning project comes from Germany, while buildings from Switzerland take second and third place.

Architecture - Environment - 22.08.2022
Faculty and staff housing targeting Passive House certification opens at UBC 

Campus - Architecture - 22.08.2022
No shortage of good news as fall semester 2022 begins at UC Berkeley

Architecture - 18.08.2022
Extra housing units in Maastricht for UM students

Environment - Architecture - 17.08.2022
Is the nation prepared for the impact of an ’extreme heat belt’
It's the hottest place on Earth, with the thermometer often reaching 120 degrees Fahrenheit-in the shade.

Architecture - 10.08.2022
Higher education institutions call on Eindhoven residents to rent out rooms to students

Architecture - Health - 05.08.2022
UC Berkeley: Our commitment to plans for People’s Park is unwavering

Architecture - Campus - 03.08.2022
People’s Park – Media Fact Sheet

Architecture - 03.08.2022
People’s Park closed as construction begins

Architecture - 29.07.2022
Studios in Sittard for UM students

Environment - Architecture - 28.07.2022
#4: Professorship for Sustainable Building
#4: Professorship for Sustainable Building

Architecture - 19.07.2022
A specially 'upgraded' laboratory building
A specially ’upgraded’ laboratory building
Empa's future laboratory building, currently under construction in Dübendorf on the new co-operate research campus, celebrated its topping-out ceremony on 14 July.

Architecture - 15.07.2022
Dynamic building facades inspired by marine organisms could reduce heating, cooling and lighting costs
A new, low-cost "optofluidic" system designed by University of Toronto researchers - and inspired by marine life like fish, crab and krill - could help buildings save energy by dynamically changing the appearance of their exteriors.

Sport - Architecture - 11.07.2022
Value of cycling lanes in the eye of the beholder
Despite a growing body of research that shows the addition of cycling lanes in a neighbourhood positively correlates with increases in residential property values, the public perception of this value varies dramatically by neighbourhood type.

Architecture - Campus - 07.07.2022
UC San Diego Receives $100 Million in State Funding for New Student Housing

Environment - Architecture - 07.07.2022
UC San Diego Students to Compete in Sustainability Decathlon

Architecture - 01.07.2022
Ticino architects in Ukraine

Architecture - Computer Science - 01.07.2022
Researchers help reveal Miami-Dade’s affordable housing supply
How have cities adapted during the COVID-19 pandemic? Has urban planning and zoning changed to meet the mounting threats of the climate crisis? Will the trends of working from home continue as teleco

Environment - Architecture - 30.06.2022
#2 Urbanism and Sustainable Building
#2 Urbanism and Sustainable Building
Aglaeé Degros is a professor and researcher at TU Graz. More precisely: at the Institute of Urbanism.

Architecture - 30.06.2022
Calculate or co-create?
Calculate or co-create?
Beauty may be in the eye of the beholder - yet how do we find consensus on a shared amenity such as a neighbourhood? We took a stroll with two ETH architects to discover how they see their role as mediators between the conflicting priorities of urban consolidation, functionalism and aesthetics.

Architecture - 29.06.2022
Architecture of the tail drives sperm forward

Materials Science - Architecture - 27.06.2022
Getting closer to the energy storage systems of tomorrow
Getting closer to the energy storage systems of tomorrow

Architecture - 22.06.2022
Team receives funding to investigate the lack of family-sized apartment housing in Waterloo
SSHRC provides funding for Waterloo team to investigate the "missing middle" of residential housing By Three researchers from the University of Waterloo's Faculty of Environment have been awarded fun

Social Sciences - Architecture - 22.06.2022
Creating connection to Country and Indigenous cultures on campus

Architecture - Administration - 16.06.2022
The School of Architecture at UIC appoints 'creative powerhouse' as director
The School of Architecture at UIC appoints ’creative powerhouse’ as director

Architecture - Event - 15.06.2022
Douglas Cardinal, an award-winning architect known for his natural forms, receives honorary degree
Douglas Cardinal, an award-winning architect known for his natural forms, receives honorary degree

Architecture - Art and Design - 13.06.2022
Inspired by living architecture

Architecture - 09.06.2022
UCL apologises and takes action following investigation into the Bartlett School of Architecture
UCL apologises and takes action following investigation into the Bartlett School of Architecture
UCL has today apologised to both current and former students and staff who have been subjected to a culture of unacceptable behaviour at the Bartlett School of Architecture and is taking immediate action following the outcome of an independent investigation. In October 2021, UCL commissioned Howlett Brown to carry out an independent investigation following reports and concerns raised by current and former students and staff relating to the culture, educational practices and environment at the Bartlett School of Architecture (the BSA) over decades.

Architecture - Campus - 07.06.2022
Sharing his heritage

Architecture - Campus - 07.06.2022
New UBC Vancouver student residences open with gifted names from Musqueam

Transport - Architecture - 07.06.2022
Sydney’s Three Cities - a flawed vision?

Architecture - Environment - 01.06.2022
Architecture students rejuvenate two sites in the Greater Geneva area
Architecture students rejuvenate two sites in the Greater Geneva area