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The All-Nighters: 8 Mind-Blowing Architecture School Drawings - Architizer Journal

Hand drawing is a pillar within any aspiring architect’s curriculum, so there’s a wide array of some really impressive work by students from all over. Here are 8 incredible architecture student drawings that rival professional work.

‘An unfinishable, endless house’: the untold story of Casa Sperimentale

Discover the abandoned masterpiece that is the Casa Sperimentale, also known as the Casa Albero, or ‘the Treehouse’. Subscribe to our newsletter for more.

Reforming the Built Environment: Artworks by Michael Jantzen - Inspiration Grid | Design Inspiration

In this new series, American artist Michael Jantzen digitally distorts buildings and structures to create bizarre scenes. “Reforming The Built Environment is a series of …

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'Untitled' | Developing Spaces 2013 on Behance

The concept of ‘The City’ and the medium of photography are intimately linked within contemporary art. The aim of my practice is to explore how drawing can become a component in that partnership. Through the use of pen and ink, I respond to the diverse m…

I like this photograph as despite not having an object to compare the size of this building to, the sense of scale is huge. This is a very static image, taken of the front of the building, whereas a lot of photographers would capture this building from an angle to show off the scale. It is impressive how Gursky has created a sense of awe from this very linear photograph.

Andreas Gursky est l’un des plus grands photographes européens contemporains. Né en Allemagne en 1955, d’un père photographe commercial, il effectue tout d’abord des études de photographie à Essen. En 1981, il entre à l’Académie des Beaux-Arts de Düsseldorf, où il suit les cours de Bernd et Hilla Becher qui s’intéressent tout particulièrement à l’architecture…

Architecture is Propaganda: How North Korea Turned the Built Environment into a…

Image 14 of 22 from gallery of Architecture is Propaganda: How North Korea Turned the Built Environment into a Tool for Control. The Ryugyong Hotel. Started in 1987 and still only complete on the exterior, the hotel has been a empty shell looming over the city for years. Image © Alex Davidson

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In traditional waterfall style #projectmanagement, a #projectmanager will invest a great deal of time attempting to work out the scope of a #project as well as the anticipated timelines for delivery. It works well in complicated environments like civil engineering because both civil engineers and project managers have built heaps of roads and bridges and have a fairly accurate idea of how long something will take. In complex environments, it's a great deal more difficult to estimate time beca
In traditional waterfall-style #projectmanagement environments, a #projectmanager manages all elements of the #project and communicates with #projectstakeholders on behalf of the people who are actually doing the work. In many project management environments, the customers are often the last to know what is happening and have to wait until the very end of the project before they see what has been built and whether it meets their needs. The #agilemanifesto values customers over contracts and s
The #scrummaster is the glue that binds the #scrumteam together. They work with the #productowner as well as the #developmentteam to create an environment where others can excel and where the right product can be built in the right way. Scrum Masters use a variety of tools, frameworks, coaching, and facilitation to achieve this objective. Coaching is by far the most powerful tool in the arsenal of a scrum master to help the scrum team consistenty achieve their goals and objectives. But who
In #agile environments, #scrum teams are often seen as being too warm and fuzzy and not strong enough with data to guide their performance and decision-making. Nothing could be further from the truth. Scrum is built on the pillars of transparency, inspection and adaptation. Things need to be frequently inspected and that includes data and metrics. Regular scrum events such as #sprint planning, #sprintreviews and #sprintretrospectives ensure that there is a lot of data being measured and a l

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