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Architectural Educators from Portugal, USA, Canada, New Zealand, Australia, Scotland, Denmark, Croatia, Russia, Italy, France, and Germany gather to discuss virtual architectural education

This was a truly remarkable session, deserving of greater coverage than this post, but this is a start!  The group first gathered at  Moira Hunter’s ArchiTECool parcel on Architecture Island, then to a Studio Wikitecture demo, then on to tour the work that architecture students at Delaware Tech have built (story HERE), concluding with a […]

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Virtual Project Spaces in Action: Designer Dingson

Virtual Project Spaces are used in a variety of ways, from universities teaching architecture, architects meeting with clients, industry organizations meeting with members, or designers simply experimenting with the potential for purely virtual design. In this case, Designer Dingson is using a project space to explore virtual architectural forms.  You’ll have to see it for […]

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Virtual Project Spaces in Action: Far Link

Virtual Project Spaces are used in a variety of ways, from universities teaching architecture, architects meeting with clients, industry organizations meeting with members, or designers simply experimenting with the potential for purely virtual design. In this case, Far Link is using a project space as a marketing tool for several different varieties of architectural exploration. […]

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Virtual Project Spaces in Action: Lilli Field

Virtual Project Spaces are used in a variety of ways, from universities teaching architecture, architects meeting with clients, industry organizations meeting with members, or designers simply experimenting with the potential for purely virtual design. In this case, Lilli Field is using a project space as a marketing tool for her architectural design business. Visit by […]

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Virtual Project Spaces in Action: Herick Straaf

Virtual Project Spaces are used in a variety of ways, from universities teaching architecture, architects meeting with clients, industry organizations meeting with members, or designers simply experimenting with the potential for purely virtual design. In this case, Herick Straaf is using a project space as a marketing tool for his custom design and construction business. […]

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Virtual Project Spaces in Action: Crescendo Design

Virtual Project Spaces are used in a variety of ways, from universities teaching architecture, architects meeting with clients, industry organizations meeting with members, or designers simply experimenting with the potential for purely virtual design. In this case, a Project Space is being used by Crescendo Design to illustrate a design concept called ‘The Vervain.’  The […]

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Virtual Project Spaces in Action: Virtual Farnsworth Residence

Virtual Project Spaces are used in a variety of ways, from universities teaching architecture, architects meeting with clients, industry organizations meeting with members, or designers simply experimenting with the potential for purely virtual design. In this case, a Project Space is being used to host a virtual installation of Mies van der Rohe’s ‘Farnsworth House,’ […]

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Sergio Palleroni, BaSiC Initiative, Virtual World Presentation

Sergio Palleroni, from the BaSiC Initiative, talks with Phil Bernstein, VP Autodesk about the value of using virtual worlds, and its future potential as a means of organizing satellite offices, and enabling communities to participate in discussions and forums. He also describes the idea of bringing world class people into the virtual world, so that […]

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Chris Luebkeman, ARUP, Virtual Installation of ‘Drivers of Change’

Chris Luebkeman, ARUP, gave a presentation of his ‘Drivers of Change‘ concept in the virtual world platform Second Life during the opening of this installation, sponsored by Autodesk Island.   To visit this installation, click the link below then click ‘Sign Up’ in the upper right corner if you don’t already have a free Second Life […]

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Cameron Sinclair, Architecture for Humanity, Virtual World Model of a Hurricane Relief Project

Cameron Sinclair, founder of Architecture for Humanity, visits ‘the Virtual Porchdog,’ a replica of a hurricane relief project. Here are two videos, one of his virtual presentation, and the other showing construction progress on the virtual model.

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