My visit to Paris included Cité internationale universitaire de Paris, Notre Dame de Paris, eiffel tower, Musee Du Louvre, La Grande Arche de la Défense, and Arc de Triomphe de l’Étoile
For Immediate Release:
CONTACT: Richard Brown, President AIABR
Kathleen Gordon, Executive Director
Tel: (225) 936-5215
Baton Rouge Architects to Hold Golf Tournament and Fundraiser
Baton Rouge, LA, USA – March 10, 2010 – AIABR (American Institute of Architects, Baton Rouge Chapter) along with Arrighi Construction is holding it’s annual golf tournament and fundraiser Monday, May 10th, 2010 at Carter Plantation Golf Course. [...]
Grace & Hebert to Design Armed Forces Reserve Center
Size: 177,392 sq. ft.
Location: Baton Rouge, LA
The design for the Armed Forces Reserve Center and Maintenance Shop is underway. With over 1,000 projects under their belt, Architects Grace & Hebert seek to combine efficiency and local aesthetic into their design. With only the beginnings of the project [...]
Well versed in the use of AutoCad. Also teach this program at ITT Tech…
Will hand drafting become a novelty or is it still an essential skill set for architects?
Although Auto CAD, Revit, and 3d software is used for 90% percent of our industry, Hand drafting still remains as an important skill set for architects. As technology continues to exponentially grow our profession becomes further removed from reality. There [...]
Art meets a building on a famous street in Dusseldorf, Germany. A vibrant example of graffiti art.
A beautiful example of building vs. nature — this part of the Angkor Wat Complex in Siem Reap, Cambodia shows the ever changing state of structures in nature.
The first long-term installation for the Art Gallery of Alberta’s children’s space was conceptualized with an emphasis on the art of buildings themselves — which isn’t surprising, considering the focus on the architectural design of the new AGA.
Titled the BMO World of Creativity, the children’s space is a permanent 450-square-foot area on the main floor [...]
In the aftermath of Haiti’s devastating earthquake, countless relief organizations have stepped up to provide immediate aid to the Caribbean nation. Architects and designers are contributing in kind, and with good reason. Because much of the damage could have been avoided with strictly enforced building codes or earthquake-proof structures, the architecture community will have play [...]