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Jeffrey Inaba

Archis 2008 #3

Introduction

Posted on March 1, 2008 — by

Large quantities don’t faze us. We are accustomed to profits in the billions; city populations, visitors, sales in the tens of millions; personalized recommendations, search results, comments by the thousands; and scientific discoveries by the hundreds. But no sooner had we felt that plenty of money, information, and possibilities were normal than we began to […]

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Archis 2007 #3

Conversation with Ben Katz

Posted on March 1, 2007 — by and

Jeffrey Inaba We believe architecture public relations is still in its infancy and we suspect there is much more that architecture can learn from PR professionals in other fields an in particular the entertainment industry. We want to speak to you because of your knowledge of the movie industry to figure out possible ways for […]

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Archis 2007 #3

Editorial

Posted on March 1, 2007 — by

Our field, and perhaps every field, is defined by ambition. To know ourselves we have to know ambition. But ambition is far from simple. It is never straightforward, never the singular drive it appears to be. Rather, it is a set of interacting forces in which often the means are mistaken for ends. This issue […]

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Archis 2005 #3

The C-LAB case file on Broadcasting Architecture

Posted on March 1, 2005 — by , and

The escalation in output was especially true for academic institutions. Schools of architecture put more titles into print than ever before. By subsidizing development and production, they enabled a wide range scholarly and experimental material to come onto the market that would have otherwise never seen the light of day. In the late 1990s we […]

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