"Architecture" Blogs & Blog Posts

Melbourne Daily PhotoMelbourne Daily Photo

Melbourne is my city and I want people to see what a beautiful place it is....

 
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One photo per day from the capital of Queensland, Australia.

 
Provence PostProvence Post

If you live in, travel to or just love the South of France...

 
The Centre of the WorldThe Centre of the World

A collection of photos and found items combined with literature and poetry ...

 
Garden Design GuruGarden Design Guru

Thoughts from the Principal of the Oxford College of Garden Design

 
Y ArquitecturaY Arquitectura

Spanish blog about sustainability and architecture, ideas, construction, ur...

 
MrDeeMrDee

Programming for fun and employment

 


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In my Gap Year programme abroad in 1966, there were 13 English speakers and 110 Spanish speakers, so I had to learn enough Spanish to survive. And quickly! The reward would be that eventually I could travel around South America and would be shown the...

Edith Newbold Jones (b1862) grew up in a privileged Massachusetts society that barred women from achieving any­th­ing other than a suit­able marr­iage. Her education was limited since she never went to a prop­er school or univ­ers­ity, an...

Bewitched

By Aref-Adib on May 31, 2017 in: Architecture

Today's https://www.google.com/doodles/celebrating-zaha-hadid">Google Doodle suggests Architect Zaha Hadid had nose-twitching magic powers....

By 1932, during the Great Depression, at least one-quarter of the American workforce was unemployed. When President Franklin Roosevelt took office in 1933, he needed to strengthen the economy ..and provide jobs and relief to the nation’s working fa...

Arriving at each new city, the traveler finds again a past of his that he did not know he had: the foreignness of what you no longer are or no longer possess lies in wait for you in foreign, unpossessed places. From Italo Calvino’s Invisible Ci...

The old structures along Barcelona’s Passeig de Garcia were made of wood since they were under the con­stant threat of demolition by government ord­er. A military law was in force that prohibited any struct­ure from being built out­side the cit...

From the time my late parents retired at 60, until their 85th birthday, they went on a different cruise each year that was filled with music, literature, art, architecture or history. Thank you to Jeremy Seal for beautifully writing up one of the tri...