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Archinect Outpost to host Spring Sale May 25th

Archinect Outpost to host Spring Sale May 25th

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Join us this Saturday, May 25th, 11-2pm for a sale of our curated inventory. Newly displayed and price-reduced items (some as much as 50%!) will be available for purchase at Archinect Outpost , located at 900 East 4th Street, Los Angeles CA 90013.  Archinect Outpost. Come and have a cup…

Shaping an architectural legend, what inspired I.M. Pei?

Shaping an architectural legend, what inspired I.M. Pei?

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I.M Pei 's work has influenced many. However, there are several individuals and places that have influenced Pei into becoming one of the most recognized architects in the profession…

Architects, writers, museums, and a Prime Minister remember the life and work of I.M. Pei, 1917–2019

Architects, writers, museums, and a Prime Minister remember the life and work of I.M. Pei, 1917–2019

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It is a rare moment when the words "architect" and "architecture" appear in the elusive list of trending Twitter topics, but yesterday's sighting followed a sad occasion: architect I.M. Pei, the revered master of modernist architecture, had died on Thursday at the proud age of 102. Architecture critic and…

10 new stair designs we liked this week

10 new stair designs we liked this week

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In case you haven't checked out Archinect's Pinterest boards in a while, we have compiled ten recently pinned images from outstanding projects on various Archinect Firm and People profiles. ( Tip: use the handy FOLLOW feature to easily keep up-to-date with all your favorite Archinect profiles!) Today's top images…

1345 S. Wabash by Brininstool + Lynch

1345 S. Wabash by Brininstool + Lynch

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A 15-story-tall condominium tower located on a mid-block infill site punctuates its bold horizontal bands of glass and painted concrete with cantilevered balconies that enhance prime views towards Chicago’s Loop. The post-tensioned concrete tower’s expression riffs on varied local precedents—including Frank Lloyd Wright, Mies van der Rohe, a century…

Duck Island Townhomes by Horton Harper Architects

Duck Island Townhomes by Horton Harper Architects

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A speculative response to the growing demand of for-sale residential units on the Near Westside of Cleveland, this multi-site project takes advantage of the expansive skyline and industrial valley views that surround the neighborhood. …

Taco Bell to open a hotel in Palm Springs

Taco Bell to open a hotel in Palm Springs

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Get ready for “Bell”hops and Baja Blasts, Fire Sauce and Sauce Packet floaties, because The Bell: A Taco Bell Hotel and Resort is opening for a limited time in Palm Springs this August, meant for 18+ superfans. Complete with exclusive Taco Bell menu items and plenty of surprises, The…

8 featured architectural internship job opportunities across the country, from Seattle to New Orleans

8 featured architectural internship job opportunities across the country, from Seattle to New Orleans

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Continuing with our  internship  round up we've gathered 8  internship opportunities  available across the country. From Seattle to Coulder, Houston to New Orleans firms are seeking the right candidate to grow with their team through summer internships as well as full-time internship opportunities. Madison Alpine Garden by Wittman Estes…

Steve Jobs and The Collaborative Framework

Steve Jobs and The Collaborative Framework

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Collaboration is one of those things we, as architects and designers, embrace quite openly. …

710 W. Grand by Brininstool + Lynch

710 W. Grand by Brininstool + Lynch

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Sited on a deep, triangular shaped lot, 710 W. Grand breaks away from the traditional rectangularity of development projects that Chicago’s grid often dictates. …

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