Monthly Archives: January 2014

Monday Morning Photo(s) Winners!

For today’s Monday Morning Photo(s) we have the IAD 300 Design Competition Winners, Lara Martinez and Daniela Amelunge with their Wine and Field’s project. The IAD Department would like to congratulate students Lara Martinez and Daniela Amelunge on winning the Fall 2013 Design Competition in their IAD 300 Studio Class taught by Instructor Archana Myer. […]

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NYC’s Tallest Building

At almost  1,396 feet, 432 Park will be the tallest residential building in the Western Hemisphere when it’s construction is finished in 2015. Designer Deborah Berke says the focus was to make the most of the apartments’ perch above the city. Double-height ceilings and beautiful oak flooring are highlights, while huge square windows provide an unparalleled view. The building will […]

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Graced With Light

If you are in San Francisco this a must see over the next month, this installation at Grace Cathedral will be up until the end February, it consists of nearly 1,000 colored ribbons coming down from the vaulted ceiling arches, inspired by the stained glass windows in the church. Graced with Light incorporates both music and […]

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Wallpaper Magazine Competition

  Design your own bedroom installation with Wallpaper* and Sofitel’s MyBed Universe Competition With the Sofitel MyBed products at the core of your creation – bed base, mattress, pillows, topper and duvet –  Sofitel and Wallpaper* are asking you to design a fantastical bedroom installation*. The winning MyBed Universe design will be constructed and installed in the lobby […]

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American Horror Story Coven’s “Lalaurie House”

If you are watching American Horror Story Coven you might be familiar with the “Lalaurie House” owned by Madame Lalaurie in the 1830’s, considered the torture chamber on Royal Street and one of New Orleans most famous and haunted houses. Nicholas Cage, bought the property in 2006 for $3.4 million but lost it due to financial […]

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SFO New Terminal 3

Take a look at SFO’s new Terminal 3 designed by Gensler. The boarding Area E opens its doors today, after re designing Terminal 2, Gensler was comissioned to take over Terminal 3, with an estimated $138 million renovation over a 60, 000 square feet of the terminal. The innovative design hold a yoga room, a […]

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Wood Shop Orientation

Make sue you take the orientation if you want to make use of the wood/metal shop.   The Shop will be hosting shop orientation on the following dates and times:   Model Shop Orientations – Week 1   Wednesday, January 29, 3:00PM Thursday, January 30, 3:00PM   Week 2   Monday, February 3, 3:00PM Tuesday, […]

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IIDA Mentoring Week

  Save the Date: Student Mentoring Week: March 31 – April 4, 2014 REGISTRATION: Mentor Registration: Now Open (Deadline to register – February 14, 2014) Student Registration: January 6 – February 12, 2014 Questions? See our helpful FAQ section for Mentors or Students. Contact Information For questions or more information, contact Monica De Angelis, Manager of Student Member Relations […]

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Back 2 School Monday Morning Photo(s)

For today’s back 2 school Monday Morning Photo(s) we have images of a very interesting and well designed library by Bosch & Fjord in Denmark, great use of  the elements of design, color, scale and different shapes throughout the space, making the design visually appealing and interesting. Welcome Back and have a great semester!

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Transparent House in Lithuania

What caught our eyes in this transparent house in Lithuania, is not the all glass facade or its geometrical shape but its unique staircase, the scale of it, compared to the size of the house itself makes the design so interesting and creates a focal point from any angle you see it.

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