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Object Editing Improvements in ARCHICAD – Overview

Object Editing Improvements in ARCHICAD – Overview

This video clip provides an overview of ARCHICAD 20’s “Object Editing” Improvements. The “Open Library Part”, “Save Object” and “Object Settings” dialogs have been significantly enhanced in “ARCHICAD 20”. The “Open Library Part” dialog with extended functionality has been simplified… Continue Reading

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Building Africa’s City in the Sea | The B1M

Building Africa’s City in the Sea | The B1M

As an increasing majority of the global population choose to live in urban areas, many cities in emerging economies are quickly becoming new economic powerhouses on the world stage. With 13 million inhabitants, Lagos is the largest city in Nigeria… Continue Reading

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What if gentrification was about healing communities instead of displacing them? | Liz Ogbu

What if gentrification was about healing communities instead of displacing them? | Liz Ogbu

I grew up in a family of social scientists, but I was the weird child who drew. (Laughter) From making sketches of the models in my mom’s Sears catalog … to a bedroom so full of my craft projects that… Continue Reading

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RARE Look at Restoring George Washington’s Blue Room

RARE Look at Restoring George Washington’s Blue Room

– Hey everyone. Welcome to the latest Mt. Vernon Vlog. My name is Ethan and today we’re gonna be talking about preservation here at Mt. Vernon. All these buildings behind me you see here on the estate, the historic part… Continue Reading

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Building the Hoover Dam | The B1M

Building the Hoover Dam | The B1M

On it’s completed in 1936 this was the largest concrete structure ever built. The incredible feat of engineering played a critical role in the development of the American Southwest during the early 20th century, providing flood management, hydro-electric power and… Continue Reading

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Architecture that’s built to heal | Michael Murphy

Architecture that’s built to heal | Michael Murphy

Every weekend for as long as I can remember, my father would get up on a Saturday, put on a worn sweatshirt and he’d scrape away at the squeaky old wheel of a house that we lived in. I wouldn’t… Continue Reading

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Using bacteria to make self-healing concrete

Using bacteria to make self-healing concrete

Concrete is the most important of all our construction materials. It’s the most widely used material on earth, after water. If concrete has one flaw, it’s that it has low tensile strength, and therefore we need to add steel, to… Continue Reading

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Creating Meaningful Memories Through Sensory Experiences | Rebekah Matheny | TEDxOhioStateUniversity

Creating Meaningful Memories Through Sensory Experiences | Rebekah Matheny | TEDxOhioStateUniversity

Translator: Theresa Ranft Reviewer: Leonardo Silva When people ask me what it is that I do, I say I’m a design professor here at Ohio State. But what kind of design do you teach? Interior Design. But didn’t you go… Continue Reading

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Smarter City Planning through Big Data and Augmented Reality (AR)

Smarter City Planning through Big Data and Augmented Reality (AR)

When you look at the relationship between big data, architecture, and city planning we’re starting to realize that having more and more data about the city that we’re trying to develop really helps us to understand the way that we… Continue Reading