Virtual Architecture Display in Second Life http://slurl.com/secondlife/Architecture%20Island/97/129/1173 Virtual Architecture Display and Exhibition in Second Life
Virtual Worlds are entirely built environments even when we use them to simulate nature's wilderness. People uninterested in Real Life Architecture still have to spend time designing their builds in virtual worlds if they wish to create effective environments for working and learning
Architect Keystone Bouchard (Jon Brouchoud RL), known for Wikitecture and notable structures in SL such as the Metanomics main studio, has been thinking about design in virtual worlds for years. He opens his brain to the rest of us in a new walk-through tutorial on architecture principles. For more info: http://bit.ly/fPrjft
Internet for Architecture http://www.vtstutorials.co.uk/tutorial/architecture/ Internet for Architecture is a free online tutorial to help university students develop their Internet research skills.
Learn how to make discerning use of the Internet to help find information for your coursework and assignments.
3D Model Interoperability in Second Life http://studiowikitecture.wordpress.com/ 3D Model Interoperability in Second Life
I’ve been using Second Life for a number of years now to run experiments, through our ‘Studio Wikitecture’ group, to see if a Metaverse, such as SL might one day act as the platform for collective intelligence in architecture and urban planning.
The ABC's of Architecture (online video) http://www.thefutureschannel.com/ The ABC's of Architecture (online video)
When Penn Station needed a new front entrance, they called upon architect Frances Halsband, and she called upon her knowledge of geometry.
The Architecture Gallery RIBA VandA http://www.vam.ac.uk/content/articles/g/guide-to-the-architecture-collections/ The Architecture Gallery at Victoria and Albert Museum, London
Drawing from the unparalleled collections of the RIBA and the V&A, the new Architecture gallery explores this amazing subject through original drawings, models, photographs and building fragments.
From Classical Rome to the 21st century, from East to West, and from the everyday 'semi' to the landmark building, some 180 exhibits survey over 2,500 years of architecture
History of Architecture http://www.thais.it/architettura/default_uk.htm History of Architecture | Egyptian architecture | Roman Architecture | Greek architecture | Gothic Architecture | Islamic architecture | Byzantine Architecture | Romanesque architecture | Armenian Architecture |
Learn to build your own treehouse http://www.thetreehouseguide.com/ Learn to build your own treehouse
Teach yourself the basics and get started on your own project. Find information on choosing the ideal tree, selecting materials, safety in the tree and security of the treehouse.
The Self-Cleaning House http://web.mit.edu/invent/iow/gabe.html The Self-Cleaning House
Each of the rooms of Gabe's house has a 10-inch square "Cleaning/ Drying/ Heating/ Cooling" apparatus at the center of its ceiling. At the touch of a button, this unit first emits a powerful spray of soapy water over the room, then rinses, then blow-dries the entire area.
After 40 years of work and 68 devices, Gabe is still fine-tuning her house. But the final product is no mere science fiction or fantasy: Gabe actually lives in her patented, prototype home.
Grass Houses: Built to Last http://www.texasbeyondhistory.net/kids/houses/grass.html Grass Houses: Built to Last
Houses made of grass? That's right?ut there was nothing flimsy about these structures. Underneath the grass or thatch covering there was a sturdy framework of long wooden poles (small trees) linked by smaller branches that ran across the poles.
Architecture : web links and activities http://www.42explore.com/arch.htm Architecture : web links and activities
Architecture is the activity of designing buildings. Architecture can also mean the style in which buildings are designed.
The term architecture can be used to mean several things, all related to buildings. It may mean the art and science of building, practiced by persons called architects. Or, architecture may mean the actual buildings. Architecture can also be the building style of a particular culture or artistic movement.
Paperlandmarks: Paper Models of World Famous Buildings http://paperlandmarks.com/ 3D architectural paper models of famous skyscrapers, bridges, temples and monuments of the present and the past - Eiffel Tower, Chrysler Building, Leaning Tower of Pisa, Big Ben, Moulin Rouge, Ishtar Gate, Mount Vernon, Golden Gate Bridge, Sydney Opera House and many more.
The Pritzker Architecture Prize http://www.pritzkerprize.com/ The Pritzker Architecture Prize World Wide Web Site
provides current information about the world's
most prestigious architecture award and its Laureates.
Audio Interviews with Architects http://www.bbc.co.uk/bbcfour/best-of Audio Interviews with Architects
Gropius, Walter Adolph: 1883 - 1969 :
Founder of the Bauhaus, Walter Gropius also designed buildings typically characterised by simplicity of shape, elimination of surface decoration,...
Lasdun, Denys: 1914 - 2001 :
Internationally acclaimed architect who's designs include London's South Bank National Theatre, Denys Lasdun described buildings as "urban...
Le Corbusier, Charles ?ouard Jeanneret: 1887 - 1965 :
Perhaps the most influential figure in the development of modern architecture, Le Corbusier (born Charles Jeanneret) was the leader of the so-called...
Mies van der Rohe, (Ludwig): 1886 - 1969
A leading figure in the development of modern architecture, Mies van der Rohe's reputation rests not only on his buildings and projects but also on...
Rogers, Richard: b1933
Architect behind the Lloyds Building and Millenium Dome, Richard Rogers is one of the founders of the so-called "high-tech" style of architecture,...
Speer, Albert: 1905 - 1981
Hitler's chief architect from 1933 to 1945, Albert Speer was later appointed minister for armaments and war production 1942-45. After the war he was...
Stirling, James: 1926 - 1992
James Stirling's view that "the shapes of a building should indicate...the usage and way of life of its occupants" was exemplified in the History...
3D Models from Mr Furniture http://www.mr-cad.com A huge Collection of 3D Models for Architects, Interior Designers and Visualisation Companies using CAD and other 3D Applications including Free 3D Models for downloads.
MITs OpenCourseWare - Architecture http://ocw.mit.edu/courses/architecture/ Welcome to MIT's OpenCourseWare : a free and open educational resource for faculty, students, and self-learners around the world. OCW supports MIT's mission to advance knowledge and education, and serve the world in the 21st century. It is true to MIT's values of excellence, innovation, and leadership.
MIT OCW: Is a publication of MIT course materials | Does not require any registration | Is not a degree-granting or certificate-granting activity |
The Department of Architecture, established in 1865, is the oldest architecture department in the United States and is consistently ranked as one of the top programs in the U.S.
Notable strengths of the department that cut across the discipline groups are our devoted teaching, the grounding of architecture in both social and material issues, interdisciplinarity, and the remarkable internationalism of faculty, students, teaching and research.
Mr Wongs Apartment Block http://www.mrwong.de/myhouse/index.htm Mr Wongs Apartment Block .... and interesting, fun and instructional website that allows you to design your own apartment and add it to the block.
architecture | interior | design |
Architecture : 4 2 Explore http://www.42explore.com/arch.htm This web project provides "four to explore" for each topic.
On each page you'll find definitions, activities, 4 good starting points, and many more links and resources for the thematic topic.
In some cases, we've listed more than four websites on a particular topic. For example, we might provide a few for younger readers and others for more advanced learners.
Each school, classroom, and teacher is unique. As such we didn't try to provide specific activities for particular grade levels. Instead we suggest that teachers explore each link, then design specific, developmentally appropriate activities such as discussion questions, small group activities, or webquests to fit the needs of their curriculum.
The links on this site are safe for children.
architecture | buildings | structures |
use this box to search more on Shambles (powered by Google) : safe filtering is ON