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3rd annual: women. wikipedia. design. #wikid

3rd annual: women. wikipedia. design. #wikid

Help us celebrate  Women’s History Month by writing at least one woman architect, designer or someone involved in the built environment into wikipedia. ArchiteXX would like to invite everyone you know to help write into wikipedia women designers, architects and all those involved in the creation of our built environment during the month of March. […]


ArchiteXX + University Hubs Fall Fundraiser

ArchiteXX + University Hubs Fall Fundraiser

Please join us with our university hubs for our first fall fundraising event in just a few weeks!  Many schools across New York State will be hosting a “Show Us Your PiXX” pecha kucha and raffle. Please purchase your raffle tickets here and help us get the word out! There are great prizes you can […]


university hubs fall ’15 + spring ’16

university hubs fall ’15 + spring ’16

We are excited to finally announce our year-long series on Environmental Impact(s): Design + Environment | Environment + Design! The series asks what is environmental impact and how do designers work with and for the sustainability of the planet? On a very basic and elemental level, how does the discipline of architecture work to circumvent […]


“Standing Rock Lives”: <br>On the Persistence of Indigenous Architecture</br>

“Standing Rock Lives”:
On the Persistence of Indigenous Architecture

By Elsa Matossian Hoover – īī∙nǔ∙k̇ǎa∙tsistai’ṗiiyii Above: Two women cross the entrance to Oceti Sakowin camp along the Missouri River. Photo: Jaida Grey Eagle 0. This short piece is intended to open an Indigenous architectural dialog motivated by the power and increasing visibility of land defense action, led primarily by Indigenous women, elders, and young people. […]


House-Work

House-Work

By Ushma Thakrar Working conditions have changed drastically from those in the factory of the early Industrial Era, when methods of production were both uniform and equalizing. A degree of individualization took place upon the onset of the Information Age, with its quasi-private cubicles and corner offices for white-collar America defining the form of labor in […]


Young Architects Respond

Young Architects Respond

Millennial architects explain the real reasons we won’t be your CAD bitch. By Violet Whitney, Julie Pedtke and Matthew Lohry [above: Poolside millennials revelling in “the freedoms that youth affords.”] Young architects, seen as politically self-important millennials, too “impatient” and “entitled” to work their way up the ladder, are rejecting jobs at brick and mortar architecture firms […]