16 Aug 2019
2 - 3 minutes

You arrive at your hotel, and a dinosaur robot takes care of your check-in with face recogition, after which a self-propelled trolley whisks away your luggage for you.

16 Aug 2019
2 - 4 minutes

'My problems with doors have become so well known that confusing doors are often called "Norman doors." Imagine becoming famous for doors that don't work right.'

16 Aug 2019
1 - 2 minutes

Architecture is ubiquitous, but what, if anything, makes it intrinsically 'social'?

30 Jul 2019
4 - 8 minutes

How does one measure great leadership? How much of a company's performance is dependent on its leaders' personalities? It is understood that to lead is to inspire people to work together to achieve a common goal.

23 May 2019
1 - 2 minutes

This article will discuss the holistic wellness of drafters who work in architectural offices in CAD specific work groups and are part of a broader multidisciplinary team.

11 Apr 2017
3 - 5 minutes

Marcus Vitruvius was a pioneering Roman architect of the 1st century BC, and asserts in De architectura that every structure must be durable, functional, and aesthetically appealing.