2012 THINK [about architecture] Scholarship

Students were asked to discuss their experience and interaction with the architecture that surrounded them at their school. Judging will surely be difficult as there are some wonderful and creative entries. In fact, views and “likes” will be one of the factors that the judges look at,
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An Interactive Journey Through New Yorks Roofscape Makeover – Technology – The Atlantic Cities

These videos are a great introduction to the concept of the heat-island effect and how alternative roofing surfaces can make a difference in your energy costs. Take a look...
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Are you keeping pace with 21st Century Education?

In keeping with the trends discussed at Learning Environments for Tomorrow, we came across an interesting article over in the Wall Street Journal that you might be interested in...
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Project Management Case History – A Career Reflection (Part 4)

LESSONS LEARNED: So, to sum it up, what have I learned since I began my career in the early 1970’s?
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2012 THINK [about architecture] Scholarship Entries

The entries are in for the DLA Architects Scholarship and we're excited to share them...
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Project Management Case History – A Career Reflection (Part 3)

Within our management model we encourage visioning. We ask everyone to look ahead and share upcoming trends or industry changes with their collegues. This meant...
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Project Management Case History – A Career Reflection (Part 2)

After experiencing life in some very different firms, I made the major life decision to try it on my own...
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Learning Environments for Tomorrow… last week

The workshop Learning Environments for Tomorrow (LEFT) was a great immersion into the minds of...
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Learning Environments for Tomorrow | Harvard Graduate School of Education

To build or renovate a school in the 21st century is no easy feat. When you consider that many schools were built 40-plus years ago, educators and architects are often challenged with how to design spaces where learning is flexible and meets the needs of today’s and tomorrow’s digital
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DLA Architects THINK [about architecture] Scholarship

Top Ten Reasons to THINK [about architecture]

It’s that time of the year again. At schools, Second Semester is well under way. Seniors are getting their acceptance letters from colleges and working on their FAFSA’s. At DLA, we’re gearing up for the Construction season. We’re also starting to see submissions for the DLA Architects
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