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Shocking and Forgotten?

What if the Holocaust or 911 were not recognized? These event had a hurtful impact on people’s lives and that is main reason why they are commemorate until the present. During the 1840’s there was significant immigration to the United … Continue reading

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Six Games About Architecture

Some of you might be interested in exploring some of the games described in this post: Six Games About Architecture I went looking for a few recent examples of games that deal with architectural themes in some way. I pulled … Continue reading

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“Housing the World”: Cameron Sinclair

One of my strongest inspirations to become an architect is the famous architect Cameron Sinclair. Many of you may have not heard about this architect yet; I found out about him through one of my best friends who said Sinclair … Continue reading

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Zaha Hadid, Chain Reaction

In the 21st century, all work created is essentially a collaborative project. This is because technology has permitted us to exchange information instantly, providing feedback and criticism in a few simple clicks. To say that one person alone is responsible … Continue reading

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Keeping the Archives!

What do writers, architects, artist, and ship fitters all have in common? They compose many different forms of work that will eventually become history and important in the future to show the advancement of society. I believe that all artifacts … Continue reading

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