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11 Ways to Become a Better Architect (Without Doing Architecture)

Architects are often noted for having bad work-life balance, a lot of stress and little free time. How can you take time off while still improving …

How to downgrade your iPhone or iPad from iOS 11

Want to roll your iPhone back to iOS 10? Here's how.<p>iOS 11 comes with some new features a new native app, but if you need to downgrade your device …

iOS

The Pleasures and Futility of Teaching Drawing to Architecture Students

I teach architectural drawing and architectural design studios at the undergraduate level and share many of Martin C. Pedersen’s concerns about the …

Pedagogy

Wall Type 33-0

Wall Types, are confusing to a lot of folks. Hope this video will help clarify. Firewalls are the most stringent wall type. It must stand on its own …

Firewalls

Need Help With Basic Sketching Techniques? Let These Videos Teach You

We’ve all heard the story of the cocktail napkin sketch that inspired a masterwork. Architecture is all about communicating ideas visually, and there …

How to Return to Running After a Muscle Strain

Making a slow and safe return to running will help keep you running for longer.<p><i>Sir-</i><p><i>I recently strained my right calf muscle (second time in 2 months). I think it was from not warming up and the shoe I was wearing (I got new shoes now for my long run).</i><p><i>I have been aqua jogging and cross training to</i> …

Daniel Libeskind Is No Architect

A global debate is raging inside the architecture community over who earns the title “architect.”<p>In August, an intriguing post went live on the American Institute of Architects’ LinkedIn group. The discussion thread, titled “Misrepresenting Oneself as an Architect on LinkedIn,” raised a concern …

Back on Track

Fallen out of your regular running routine? How to stage a strong comeback.<p>Even the most devoted runners can get sidetracked from their routine by crazy deadlines, long-awaited vacations, or (worse) nagging injuries. But rather than fret over how long it's going to take you to return to speed, it's …

10-minute Hamstring Stretch Routine

Sage Rountree shows you six moves that ease tension throughout your hamstrings.

Hamstring Stretching: Just Do It

Study finds similar improvements from different programs.<p>In running, it's often more important that you do something than that you do precisely the "right" thing. As 1983 Boston Marathon champion Greg Meyer has said, there are many ways to get fit, so pick one and get to work.<p>A new study suggests …

Pillow Talk

Gentle yoga restores weary muscles.<p>After a long run or race, your legs, back, and shoulders feel sore, achy, and tight. Practicing a few simple restorative yoga poses can help you regain range of motion, reduce swelling in your legs, and improve circulation to speed your recovery. Do this sequence …

How to Get Abs Quick

Forget crunches. If you want to get faster, fitter, and stronger, you need to train your core like a runner.<p>A generation ago, you’d be hard-pressed to find elite runners paying attention to their abs. Today, it’s practically mandatory. “Our coaches drill the importance of core conditioning into our …

How to Prevent Common Running Injuries

Proper form, strength training, and the right shoes can prevent injury.<p>It's an all too common scenario: Runner begins training program. A month or so later, a twinge settles on a knee. Runner stretches, pops ibuprofen, keeps running. A few—or maybe 100—runs later, runner is on the couch, ice pack …

Neuroscience Says Buildings Can Reshape Our Brains

A new piece in Pacific Standard explores how neurobiology is driving emergent thinking about how certain types of spaces affect our behaviors and, ultimately, our brains.<p>Science has always led architecture, a profession that soaks up knowledge from other fields like a sponge. In the late 1800s, new …

Revit Model LOD | Level of Detail – Level of Development

Defining and managing BIM models’ Level of Detail (LOD) –or Level of Development is reviewed in great detail (no pun intended) by Antony McPhee, …

Cloud adoption: It’s not about the price, stupid

Advertisement<p>16 Comments<p>Credit: Corbis / Don Mason<p>Don’t look now, but there has been a shift in thinking around why companies move — or should move — …

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