Top 10 Ways Le Corbusier Ruined Architecture
A deep look at Corbusier’s contributions and how, although groundbreaking, is also responsible for many follies in architecture today.
There is More To Air Than Just Breathing It
It is also a planetary defense system! Air is a mixture of gases. The mixture is unique and contains group of gases that is nearly constant within our atmosphere. To simplify, But Air isn’t just gas. Air also has tiny particles called aerosols. Aerosols come in many shapes and sizes, for example dust and pollen.…
For centuries, we’ve pushed the natural world out. Time to stop.
Andrea Arias – Originally published: Oct 11 · 7 min read Let’s Talk About Biophilic Design! This article is written as a prelude to an extensive list about the future of architecture. As I was crafting the list, I realized every item needed an exclusive in depth look. So let’s talk about Biophilia. Midway through my Master’s Degree, I…
Let’s Talk About Hyperloops!
They’re fast. They’re efficient. Hyperloops are the future of nationalization & globalization.
How To Give Good (Non-Professional) Criticism
A short guide on giving non-professional critcism
Why Does Your City Build the Same Building Over & Over Again?
Insights from an Aspiring Architect on why the industry works the way it does in U.S.A.
Five Things To Do Before Starting A Home Remodel
Some quick tips from an Architectural Designer on how to get ready for a home remodel
5 Reasons You Should Book a Staycation Immediately
I promise it is not a waste of money. I got a new job! My husband and I were extremely excited. But how to celebrate? I had wanted to go to Chicago, but who could doggy sit? Did we want to go through the trouble/exposure of flights for two or three days? No… Ok. So what…
The Thompson Center, An Urban Context Case Study with Proposed Solutions
Exploration of adaptive reuse strategies for the James R. Thompson Center in Chicago, IL, USA
Undergraduate Portfolio 2018
This is the portfolio I used by the end of my undergraduate. I was really proud of it – I worked for months on it trying to make it look like a magazine. While that portfolio got me my current job and the in to my current grad school (along side some sweet scholarships) the…