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Architecture is a cool profession. You get to create meaningful designs and structures, and watch them come to life. On top of that, according to Indeed, architects earn $104,131 per year on average in the U.S. Thus, not only is it a cool profession, but it also pays well.
Written by
Liliana Alvarez
Photography
Pixabay
Twenty-seven tents, donated to EAA by the Supreme Committee for Delivery & Legacy, will be placed in refugee and displaced communities in Syria, Turkey and Yemen.
Project name
EAA Foundation Tents
Architecture firm
Zaha Hadid Architects (ZHA)
Location
Syria, Turkey, Yemen, Pakistan
Photography
Luke Hayes, Education Above All Foundation (EEA)
The project was developed from the moment we accepted the invitation made by the Câmara Municipal of Vagos, to remodel a deactivated primary school, reproduced throughout our country on a large scale in the 20th century, between 1941 and 1969, at the time of the ‘Estado Novo’. We converted it into a training center for the development and promotion...
Project name
Nautical Sports Development Promotion Center
Architecture firm
Rómulo Neto Arquitetos
Location
Praia da Vagueira, Vagos, Portugal
Photography
Ivo Tavares Studio
EskewDumezRipple reveals the Home Building at Thaden School, a new, Zero-Energy-Ready high school in Bentonville, Arkansas, where design directly supports the school's learning-by-doing approach to education.
Project name
Home Building at Thaden School
Architecture firm
EskewDumezRipple
Location
Bentonville, Arkansas, USA
Photography
Dero Stanford, Tim Husley, and Studio Nuvo
Designing the Manav Village Academy is to provide new opportunities for the education of many children and teenagers, through plural and planned environments that encourage independence and coexistence among students, parents, teachers, and the community.
Project name
Manav Village Academy
Architecture firm
STUDIO DLUX
Location
Uttar Pradesh, India
Tools used
AutoCAD, SketchUp, Lumion, Adobe Photoshop
The proposal of this project in Ville de Cranves-Sales, France, is to maximize the use of the double slope of the land by building "two schools" developed on two different terraces, both in a vantage point over their surroundings.
Project name
Groupe Scolaire Cranves-Sales
Architecture firm
Christophe Rousselle Architecte
Location
Rue du college, Cranves-Sales, France
Photography
Takuji Shimmura
Red House School Villa-Lobos is located in a privileged area of Sao Paulo, with almost 11 thousand square meters, next to Villa-Lobos Park, The Villa-Lobos campus is aiming to become a reference to international and bilingual schools in Brazil.
Project name
Red House School Villa-Lobos
Architecture firm
STUDIO DLUX
Location
Vila Leopoldina, São Paulo, Brazil
Photography
Hugo Chinaglia. Video credits: Rodrigo Sclosa / Gustavo Oliveira