Yolanda Cole, AIA IIDA - Click Image to go to interview
The House with Chimaeras - Click Image to read more...
Meet Hugh Newell Jacobsen, FAIA Click image to Go to full interview...
A True Tall Tale (The Shopping Bag of Bricks) By By Luis Fernandez, P.E., Structural Engineer - Click on image to go to full story
Meet David Baker, FAIA - Click image to Go to full interview...
Is this your Design, Daddy? Click on image to read more...
Who Receives The Noble Architect Newsletter
Once every two weeks we reach 17,411 readers (to date) in the US and around the globe. Although most of our readers are architects and engineers, we reach many other professionals in other industries. The following is a general break down of readers that receive (and hopefully read) "The Noble Architect Newsletter."
64% are architects (or hold related positions in architectural offices.)
9% are consulting engineers (both structural and M/P/E.)
3% are architects from foreign countries.
7% hold various positions with general or sub contractors.
4% are developers.
5% are commercial real estate brokers.
1.5% are architecture and interior architecture product representatives.
3% are lawyers (or hold related positions in law offices.)
1% hold various positions with Government agencies.
Less than 1% hold various positions with local and national news papers and news magazines.
1.5% hold various positions with various financial companies.
A little over 51% from the total of our readers are female.
Meet Luis Fernandez, PE
Pelli's Petronas Twin Tower, 1998
City of Arts and Sciences is an ensemble of five areas in the dry river bed of the now diverted River Turia in Valencia, Spain. Designed by Valencian architect Santiago Calatrava and started in July 1996, it is an impressive example of modern architecture.
Fallingwater, also known as the Edgar J. Kaufmann Sr. Residence, is a house designed by American architect Frank Lloyd Wright in 1935 in rural southwestern Pennsylvania.
Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for NAF
The Noble Architect Foundation calls Vienna home.Town of Vienna, VA Business Liaison Committee held a ribbon cutting ceremony on Thursday August 13 to welcome The Noble Architect Foundation. In September 2009, The Noble Architect Foundation celebrates it's 7th anniversary. This year's anniversary brings new beginnings for the Foundation. The Foundation has partnered with Fine Arts Society for Cultural Appreciation (FASCA) to offer after school art and education programs. Classes to include painting, architectural model making, sculpting, science, math, reading/writing, among other programs, and are offered for elementary through high school students. Additionally, many adult programs and architectural site tours are organized for advancing public interest in architecture and the arts. Classes will begin on September 8, 2009. Please visit fasca.org for registration information.
Fine Art and After School Programs The Noble Architect Foundation has partnered with Fine Arts Society for Cultural Appreciation (FASCA) to offer after school and fine art programs. Please click HERE to review our programs & Class Schedules To download an application please click HERE. Classes begin September 8, 2009.
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