I Passed CDS!

Yes! Finally, I passed Construction Documents and Services 4.0. I went in to take the test last Saturday morning, confident and relax. WITH DOUBTS about how I did, I expended the rest of the week logging into my NCARB account checking if the results were posted. It wasn’t until Wednesday that I saw my first

AIA Commits to Continue Environmental Protection

On June 1, The American Institute of Architects (AIA) published a press released reaffirming its commitment to continue working towards a better and greener environment. Due to current presidential administration, which decided to withdraw the United States from the Paris Agreement, the AIA President Thomas Vonier, FAIA expressed the following: “The United States must remain

High Line Siblings

Elevated green parks have been a successful hit since the New York High Line proved that the integration of these public spaces can be proactive and adaptive to any city. The concept consists of transforming an unused railway line into a passive pedestrian public space changing its relationship with its context. Being an effective precedence,

Weekly Archdose 003

In Architecture We Trussed: Our Fascination With Exposed Trusses Why we love exposed trusses? Simple, they just look good! By leaving them out in the room, you can bring a different sense into the space. They can provide a feeling of support and rigidity (that’s why they are there) while bringing the beauty of structure

Scroll to top