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    • Architecture academics

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    • Professional certification in architecture

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    • Architecture schools

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    • The 2010 Imperative

    • The 2010 Imperative is an initiative issued by Architecture 2030 that requires ecological literacy, largely missing from the curriculum in the United States, to become a key element of design education by 2010, in order to combat global warming and world resource depletion. The 2010 Imperative calls for the following: ... Read »


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    • 5710

    • 5710 (pronounced Fifty-Seven Ten) is the name of the lecture series at The Scott Sutherland School of Architecture and The Built Environment in Aberdeen, Scotland. It is a non-profit organisation run by students, which invites guest speakers to lecture in the School. Speakers are usually practicing architects of intere ... Read »


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    • AEC Daily

    • AEC Daily

      AEC Daily is a developer of online education courses for the construction sector. It is an e-learning provider for architects, engineers, and other construction professionals and serves over 450 companies. AEC Daily Inc. is based in Newmarket, Ontario, Canada and AEC Daily Corporation is based in Buffalo, New York Unit ... Read »


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    • ArchiCamp

    • ArchiCamp is an unofficial annual gathering of Australian and international architecture students, architects, craftsmen and artists, focused on sustainability, ethical development and professional culture. Leading Australian architects participate in the events, including Richard Leplastrier, Kerry and Lindsay Clare. ... Read »


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    • Architech

    • Architectural Association of Universiti Teknologi Malaysia

      The Architectural Association of Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (Malay: Persatuan Senibina Universiti Teknologi Malaysia or PSUTM), more commonly known as Architech, is the official association for students of architecture in UTM. It was formed in the 70s during the Kuala Lumpur days, and one of the earliest students as ... Read »


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    • Architects (Recognition of European Qualifications etc and Saving and Transitional Provision) Regulations 2008

    • The Architects Act was amended in 2008 by a statutory instrument made by a minister of the United Kingdom government under the European Communities Act 1972. This was the Architects (Recognition of European Qualifications etc and Saving and Transitional Provision) Regulations 2008, which came into force on 20 June 2008 ... Read »


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    • Architects Act 1997

    • The Architects Act 1997

      (1) The Architects' Qualifications (EC Recognition) Order 2002, Statutory Instrument 2002 No. 2842; The Architects Act 1997 (c. 22) is the consolidating Act of the Parliament of the United Kingdom for the keeping and publishing of the statutory Register of Architects by the Architects Registration Board. It has the lo ... Read »


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    • Registration of architects in the United Kingdom

    • In the United Kingdom, the Architects Act 1997 imposes restrictions on the use of the name, style or title "architect" in connection with a business or a professional practice, and for that purpose requires a statutory Register of Architects to be maintained. The Architects Registration Board constituted under the Act ... Read »


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    • Architects' Alliance of Ireland


    • Architectural education in the United Kingdom

    • After nearly a century of endeavour and negotiation which had been led by the Royal Institute of British Architects, a statutory Board of Architectural Education was formed under the Architects (Registration) Act, 1931. For the purposes of constituting the Board of Architectural Education the Act included a list of Sch ... Read »


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    • Architectural educator

    • An architectural educator is one who educates ("draws out") others about architecture; the latter being the broad subject of the design of constructed environments. Architectural Education has both public architectural education and professional architectural education stakeholder groups. The career of an architectural ... Read »


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    • Architectural Experience Program (AXP)

    • Formerly called the Intern Development Program (IDP), the Architectural Experience Program (AXP) is a comprehensive training program created to ensure that candidates pursuing licensure in the architecture profession gain the knowledge and skills required for the independent practice of architecture. The program is dev ... Read »


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    • Architecture Studies Library

    • The Architecture Studies Library (ASL) is located in the Paul B. Sogg Architecture Building, located on the University of Nevada, Las Vegas campus. The services of the library address both the needs of the faculty and students of the UNLV School of Architecture, and also responds to the needs of researchers through an ... Read »


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    • Architecture studio

    • Architecture studio is a class in an undergraduate or graduate professional architecture program (such as a Bachelor of Architecture or Master of Architecture program) in which students receive hands-on instruction in architectural design. Typically, architecture studio classes include distinctive educational technique ... Read »


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    • Arkitera Architecture Center

    • The Arkitera Architecture Center is an independent architecture center based in Istanbul that has been dedicated to sustain a better architectural practice, enhance the architectural culture and to raise the quality of architecture in Turkey. The center has a different structure than those of the other centers on the ... Read »


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    • Bachelor of Architectural Studies

    • The Bachelor of Architectural Studies is a bachelor's degree for studies in the field of architecture. It generally takes three to four years. A Bachelor of Architectural Studies may lead on to a Master of Architecture, or a Bachelor of Architecture. In some countries, this degree may allow people to be officially re ... Read »


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    • Bachelor of Architecture

    • The Bachelor of Architecture (B.Arch.) is a bachelor's degree designed to satisfy the academic requirement of practicing architecture. Architectural education in Australia varies depending on the university offering the course. All Australian architecture schools and programs have recently moved to some variation ... Read »


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    • Board of Architectural Education

    • The Board of Architectural Education is no longer appointed. It had been a statutory body in the United Kingdom constituted under section 5 of the Architects (Registration) Act, 1931. The Act was citable with two amending Acts as the Architects (Registration) Acts, 1931 to 1938. Further amendments and changes enacted ... Read »


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    • Branch House

    • Branch House

      Branch House in Richmond, Virginia, was designed in 1916 by the firm of John Russell Pope as a private residence of financier John Kerr Branch (1865–1930) and his wife Beulah Gould Branch (1860–1952). The house lies within Richmond's Monument Avenue Historic District, which was listed on the National Registe ... Read »


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    • Lionel Bailey Budden

    • Lionel Bailey Budden FRIBA (1877 – 21 July 1956), a British architect, was the son of William Budden and Elizabeth Adams. He attended Merchant Taylors' School, Crosby. From 1933 Budden was Roscoe Professor in Architecture in the Liverpool University School of Architecture. He retired in 1952. He had entered the S ... Read »


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    • Doctor of Architecture

    • The Doctor of Architecture (D Arch) degree program is accredited by the National Architectural Accrediting Board (NAAB). In the United States most state registration boards require a degree from an accredited professional degree program as a prerequisite for licensure. The National Architectural Accrediting Board (NAAB ... Read »


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    • Doktor-Ingenieur

    • The Dr.-Ing. (acronym for Doktor-Ingenieur or Doktor der Ingenieurwissenschaften) is the German engineering doctorate degree, comparable to the Doctor of Engineering,Engineering Doctorate, Doctor of Science (Engineering), Doctor of Science (Technology) or a PhD in Engineering or Architecture. It was first introduced i ... Read »


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    • Ecoweek

    • ECOWEEK

      ECOWEEK Εβδομάδα Οικολογίας (Greek) is a private non-profit, non-governmental international organization aiming towards the empowerment, networking, education and training of young professionals - architects, designers, engineers, landscape architects - towards sust ... Read »


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    • European Architecture Students Assembly

    • European Architecture Student Assembly was founded in 1981 by architect students like Geoff Haslam and Richard Murphy and is closely related to the Winterschool concept, which organises similar events for UK students of architecture. EASA takes place each summer in a different country, with the event usually lasting tw ... Read »


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    • If You Build It

    • If You Build It

      Nick Andert Douglas Blush If You Build It is a 2013 documentary directed by Patrick Creadon, produced by Neal Baer, and filmed on location largely in the town of Windsor and surrounding Bertie County, North Carolina, the state's poorest county. The documentary follows a year in the life of an innovative, design-based ... Read »


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    • International VELUX Award for Students of Architecture

    • The International VELUX Award challenges students of architecture to explore the theme of sunlight and daylight. The award is biennial and was first presented in 2004. The award celebrates excellence in completed works on any scale from a small scale component to large urban contexts or abstract concepts and experimen ... Read »


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    • Journal of Architectural Education

    • The Journal of Architectural Education is a biannual peer-reviewed academic journal published by Routledge on behalf of the Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture (ACSA). It was established in 1947 and the editor-in-chief is Marc J. Neveu (Woodbury University). The following people have been editors-in-chie ... Read »


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    • Master of Architecture

    • The Master of Architecture (M.Arch.) is a professional degree in architecture, qualifying the graduate to move through the various stages of professional accreditation (internship, exams) that result in receiving a license. The degree is earned through several possible paths of study, depending on both a particula ... Read »


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    • National Aptitude Test in Architecture

    • The National Aptitude Test in Architecture (NATA), is conducted by National Institute of Advanced Studies in Architecture (NIASA) which is a body of Council of Architecture, New Delhi in India. The National Aptitude Test in Architecture is a national level examination for admission to undergraduate courses in Architec ... Read »


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    • Pakistan Council for Architects and Town Planners

    • Pakistan Council for Architects and Town Planners (abbreviated as PCATP), established in 1983, is a federal regulatory authority for architects and town planners based in Pakistan. Its headquarters are located in Karachi. "The Pakistan Council of Architects and Town Planners Ordinance 1983 has been promulgated with a v ... Read »


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    • PennPraxis

    • PennPraxis is the "clinical" arm of the School of Design at the University of Pennsylvania, and is a 501c(3) non-profit subsidiary of the Trustees of the University of Pennsylvania. The group offers community collaborative design opportunities for Penn faculty and students to test ideas and theories in practical "real ... Read »


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    • PhDiA

    • PhDiA is an organization established to provide a forum for discussion of issues related to the education of doctoral students in architecture. Membership includes leading voices in academia, the profession and doctoral students. PhDiA also sponsors a peer-reviewed journal and supports regular conferences. PhDiA was c ... Read »


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    • Philadelphia Center for Architecture

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      The Philadelphia Center for Architecture is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization founded in 2002 by the Philadelphia, Pennsylvania chapter of the American Institute of Architects (AIA). The Center opened a physical space on the ground floor of the Smyth Young Field Company Building in 2008. The building, at 1218 Arch St ... Read »


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    • Reform of Architects Registration

    • "Reform of Architects Registration" was the title of a UK government consultation paper dated 19 July 1994 which was issued by the Department of the Environment. The introduction stated that in October 1993 the Government had announced that the profession and others would be consulted about measures which could be take ... Read »


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    • Schools of Architecture, Architects (Registration) Act, 1931

    • For the purposes of the statutory Board of Architectural Education, the Schools of Architecture were those listed in the Second Schedule to the United Kingdom Architects (Registration) Act, 1931. The 1931 Act had required the Board of Architectural Education to be appointed annually by the Architects' Registration Coun ... Read »


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    • Warne Report

    • The Warne Report was published by the United Kingdom Government in 1993. It was referred to in a government consultation paper on Reform of Architects Registration dated 19 July 1994. Eventually, certain changes to the Architects Registration Acts were enacted in 1996 which now have effect under the Architects Act 1997 ... Read »


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