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Architecture Photograhy & Image Reference

Wednesday, March 18, 2009

PLASTIC HOUSE IMAGE ABOVE IS FROM THE FOLLOWING LINK & NOT EXCLUSIVE OF ECO.DESIGN.FREAK .



From GRADUATE DEGREE BLOG:

100 Amazing Flickr Collections for Architecture Buffs

"Flickr is a great resource for finding photos and learning about what’s in our world. Users from around the world share their images-and lots of them are great for architectural research and inspiration. Now you don’t need to travel across the world to experience some of the world’s greatest architectural treasures because here you’ll find 100 excellent collections of buildings, details, and more."

"These collections celebrate architecture in general."

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Who Said Being An Architect Was Hard Work?

Tuesday, March 17, 2009


Find out more from TREEHUGGER.COM

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Western Traditions

Tuesday, March 10, 2009

The New York Times recently posted "THIS ARTICLE" about societies (specifically Western) misuse of consumer materials.

If you don't follow the link this is the basic concept:

The above picture is a "salad shooter". The Chinese plastic manufacturer was astonished that this order was placed in the first place and appalled that the next shipment was 3 times the initial order quantity.

We design consumer products abundantly, we use a MASSIVE amount of resources creating them / shipping /disposing them.

Is it too late? Have we passed the point of no return? Are we reliant on these cheap (CHEAP-in price, not in conditional cost) disposable goods? What will it take to understand the implications of our decisions?

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Objectified Documentary - Trailer

Wednesday, March 4, 2009


Objectified Website

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