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Innovating the Classroom

Traditional university classrooms with rows of desks and a podium are quickly becoming outdated. Generation Z is demanding innovation and the first place they want it is in the classroom. These incoming students understand that some of the most valuable learning takes place outside the classroom, so why can’t we redesign it and change this perspective?

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The New College Campus

As colleges and universities adapt online learning as a larger component of their on-campus curriculum, versus a traditionally secondary component to higher education, it’s beginning to impact campus design and structure. In the past, to be competitive as an institution in higher ed, you had to be constantly expanding your physical campus, your on-campus staff and courses offered, and extracurricular student experiences.

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5 Architecture Destinations in New England for your Summer Adventures

When most people think of New England, they think quaint colonial style towns or Federal-style architecture from the early days of America, but there’s so much more to this region than that. From the Bauhaus style architecture of Walter Gropius and Philip Johnson, to the Gilded Age mansions on the Newport coastline, there’s a wide variety to explore. Here are five architecture destinations across New England to explore this summer:

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THE FOOD HALL | Part One: Creating an Authentic Dining Experience

Enjoying a bite to eat in a common space is not a new concept. The Food Hall trend has lunch breakers, tourists and foodies in a craze, leaving mall food courts in the dust. In New York City alone, there are nineteen open food halls, with four having opened in the last year and five expected to open in 2018. With these food halls creating a major shift in the dining experience, we beg the question – what makes a food hall more successful than a food court?

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The Importance of Mechanical Drafting for Emerging Architects

One of the biggest obstacles with the architectural profession is the disconnection between academia and reality. I feel as if architectural students are not prepared to reach their full potential early on. One of the key skills that emerging professionals are lacking in this trade is mechanical drafting; not in an artistic view, but more in a practical matter.

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