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How to Be an Architect Part 1

Part 1 in a seven part series where we learn how the architect invents by creating something of new utility. He is also a designer and a translator of the owners intentions.

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How to Integrate Research in Design

Alberto Alessi, CEO of Alessi, talks about integrating research in his product line.

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Andrew Spade's Definition of Great Design

Andrew Spade, fashion designer and co-founder of labels Jack Spade and Kate Spade, defines great design.

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How to be an Architect - Part 5

Learn how Doug tried to get a job by designing a spaceship house on the side of a cliff. Using four simple words and asking the questions who, what, where and why a designer can create just about…

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How to Be an Architect Part 4

What does an architect use to be creative? Learn how the architect uses scale, form, complexity and material to create a framework for style. That framework then gives the architect parameters to…

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How Drawing Can Be a Cure

Graphic novelist David Small talks about how his experience with therapy in adolescence inspired the cathartic self-analysis of his memoir, called Stitches.

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When Furniture Becomes Art

James Zemaitis, senior VP and head of 20th Century Design at Sotheby's, talks about the fine line between design and art.

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How to Be an Architect Part 2

Learn that if you look below the surface you'll see that the architect makes buildings, but they also make form, story, music and inspiration.

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How to be an Architect - Part 3

If your wondering what you might learn as an architect, its probably about philosophy, sociology, psychology, material science, engineering, mathematics, History & construction.

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