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national architecture week

National Architecture Week began today. I didn’t want this to go silently unnoticed in Fresno. NAW was created to encourage a public dialogue about architecture. That is the a major goal of archop. We’ve been doing that quarterly since October of 2007. In the spirit of NAW going digital we’re try something new for us, blogging. We want to push many of the discussions we’ve had at our exhibits on to the web. To do that we’ll be posting a new discussion topic everyday this week. going along the line of the Architecture Week topics:

· Monday, the 13th -community revitalization
· Tuesday, the 14th – school construction
· Wednesday, the 15th – affordable housing
· Thursday, the 16th – sustainability
· Friday, the 17th – inclusiveness
· Saturday, the 18th – historic preservation
· Sunday, the 19th – future of the profession

Since I’m a big fan of inclusiveness, I have something cool planned for Friday. Stay tuned. RSS us and check back often.

Kiel Famellos-Schmidt

archop curator

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