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Construction Site Tour

SW Oregon Architect

Construction site tours help them understand why coordination, communication and teamwork are so important, why mastering fundamental building technology principles is critical, and why even relatively modest jobs are more complex than they may seem at first blush. The value inherent in the practical insights gained strongly favor them.

Site 217
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Site Tour: The Ponds on Alexander

SW Oregon Architect

Inside the Clubhouse entrance at The Ponds (all photos by me) AIA Eugene and the Willamette Valley Chapter of the Construction Specifications Institute jointly hosted a construction site tour of The Ponds on Alexander this past Thursday. acre site that borders the picturesque Delta Ponds wetlands area. Interior of the 3-bedroom unit.

Site 166
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UNESCO survey verifies 341 damaged cultural sites across Ukraine

Archinect

UNESCO has verified nearly 30 dozen damaged cultural sites across Ukraine in a new survey meant to shed light on the extent to which the cost of war has left an impact on the nation’s spiritual landscape and intellectual heritage over the past two full years. UNESCO officials compiled their tally from a number of on-the-ground sources.

Site 251
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Moroccan heritage sites severely impacted by recent earthquake

Archinect

Several Unesco World Heritage sites have been severely damaged by the recent earthquake in Morocco. [.] As the death toll climbs, so too will revelations of damaged heritage sites, as Morocco’s fragile patrimony—especially in less accessible rural areas—bears the brunt of the earthquake alongside the nation.

Site 284
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From Plan to Reality: Unlocking the Power of Aerial Imagery for AEC

Aerial imagery has emerged as a necessary tool for architecture, engineering, and construction firms seeking to improve pre-construction site analysis, make more informed planning decisions, and ensure all stakeholders have access to an accurate visualization of the site to keep the project moving forward.

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Apartment in Cascais / Site Specific Arquitectura

ArchDaily

Completed in 2023 in , Portugal. Images by do mal o menos. This project evokes the transformative power of architecture which, through a new design, can decisively alter the life and use of a house, even.

Site 284
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Ghanaian artist Ibrahim Mahama debuts 'Purple Hibiscus' at the Barbican, a reference to the site's material history

Archinect

His site-specific piece Purple Hibiscus, named in reference to the 2003 novel by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, is installed on the facade of the Barbican’s central Lakeside Terrace. It references the site's past history as the epicenter of the "rag trade" in Central London before World War II.

Site 325