Posts Tagged ‘Academia’

MUNDO BIM Este año EDILIZIA MUNDO BIM te da la posibilidad de diseñar tu curso ideal. Podés realizar cursos enteros, elegir áreas temáticas o asistir a clases individuales de tu interés.

by Randy Deutsch AIA, LEED AP If you expect to become the next Frank Lloyd Wright leave now! Those were the first words I ever heard as a college student. Admitted to the school of architecture, attending orientation with my parents, a senior administrator got up in front and said to a roomful of 200 freshmen […]

by Douglas Kelbaugh FAIA.    

Inscripción: Curso BIM FADU-UNL Información del Curso Problemática: Desde el comienzo de la historia, la arquitectura y la construcción se han basado en dibujos como la representación para el diseño y la construcción. Ahora nos encontramos en una transición, que define un cambio de época, para el uso de modelos digitales en 3D. Este cambio […]

by Christophe Van Gerrewey Anyone Corporation The widespread conviction that architecture has no social role worth speaking of is illustrated in a curious document from the heyday of late 20th-century Dutch architecture culture – a culture that has been crucial in the formation of Aureli and Tattara, who were students and educators at the Berlage Institute in […]

by Maya Dukmasova The Goldberg variation: High-rise public housing that works Bertrand Goldberg’s Hilliard Homes opened as a model community in 1966. It still is today. The first tenants moved into Bertrand Goldberg’s Hilliard Homes 50 years ago this fall. It was July 1966, and Chicago architect Bertrand Goldberg was celebrating his 53rd birthday at the […]

Kruger, Justin; Dunning, David Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, Vol 77(6), Dec 1999, 1121-1134. La gente tiende a mantener puntos de vista excesivamente favorables de sus habilidades en muchos ámbitos sociales e intelectuales. Los autores sugieren que se produce esta sobreestimación, en parte, porque las personas que son inexpertos en estos dominios sufren una […]

@brainpicking Our whole theory of education,” Henry Miller famously lamented, “is based on the absurd notion that we must learn to swim on land before tackling the water.” Miller’s insights touch on modern concerns about the brokenness of industrialized education and echo Abraham Flexner’s 1939 essay on the usefulness of useless knowledge: In this age, which believes that there is a […]

Most economists agree that infrastructure investment is necessary for a country to industrialize. From a development perspective, infrastructure offers two benefits: 1) it raises productivity and reduces the cost of private production, and 2) it has a disproportionate effect on the incomes and welfare of the poor by reducing costs to access markets, raising returns […]

By Hua Hsu, APRIL 6, 2015 “How to Write a Thesis,” by Umberto Eco, first appeared on Italian bookshelves in 1977. For Eco, the playful philosopher and novelist best known for his work on semiotics, there was a practical reason for writing it. Up until 1999, a thesis of original research was required of every student pursuing […]