Daniel Miller replied to the topic Anyone else think the new construction slow down is a good thing? in the forum SUSTAINABILITY & DESIGN 12 years, 2 months ago
I feel the construction hiatus will only benefit the profession long term. Yeah, right now it’s obvious it’s not doing anyone any good, but maybe this will jump start the profession and get us as a collective whole to begin thinking differently about the big picture. It seems that maybe, we’ve gotten comfortable with the age old processes and…[Read more]
Berkeley, even with out of state costs shouldn’t be anywhere near $45,000. It’s a state school, so it’s relatively inexpensive.
Unfortunately with your timing, most, if not all, MLA program deadlines for admissions has past. I applied to a few schools this winter and am currently awaiting the results. After a lot of research, I found the best…[Read more]
I’ve found/seen “graffiti walls” to be an optimistically naive dream of designers and city officials attempting to relieve cherished walls, walkways and the such from the defamation of spray paint. There is a big between graffiti and vandalism, regardless of how brilliant (http://www.banksy.co.uk/outdoors/horizontal_1.htm) or how typically…[Read more]