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Entry Level/Junior Designer – Revit Experience

We are a recently founded architecture firm based in Culver City working on high-end modern residential projects in Brentwood, the Hollywood Hills, San Francisco and Sonoma County. Our work also includes retail and workplace projects. Our aesthetic balances California modernism with minimalism and materiality. We have an immediate need for a highly motivated Entry Level/Junior Designer to play an integral role in the design and production of projects from concept through construction using Revi..

Junior Designer | Interior Architect

Eigelberger Architecture is currently looking for highly enthusiastic architects and designers to join our team. Those who join our team, work on all phases of design, from conceptual and research to construction observation. It is a critical part of our studio to engage in all aspects of any design. This role is responsible for significant aspects, daily design and Technical development of projects and a deep understanding of all project phases. You must be have US citizenship and/or Authori..

Luxor Celebrates 96th Anniversary of Discovering Tutankhamun’s Tomb

Tutankhamen's Mask in Egyptian Museum in Cairo (Shutterstock) The governorate of Luxor, starting from Sunday, November 4 until the end of the month, is celebrating the 96th anniversary for the discovery of Tutankhamun’s tomb. The government celebrates November 4 as the national day of Luxor. Celebrations will include the opening of new archaeological projects, art exhibitions and folkloric shows in Luxor. Luxor will commemorate the anniversary by holding a series of artistic, intellectual ..

Yenikapı shipwrecks in need of museum

ISTANBUL The conservation of four of the 37 sunken ships raised from Yenikapı, one of the most important excavations in the world in the field of port archeology, has been completed and the ships are ready to be exhibited at a museum. Considered the world’s largest ancient ship collection, each of the shipwrecks will be cleaned from sea salt for the next five years in 45 pools with chemicals created by Istanbul University (İÜ) in Yenikapı. Each wooden piece of from the shipwrecks has been t..

Opinion: HRM needs civic museum of history and archaeology

During the ongoing debate over the commemoration of Edward Cornwallis, it is often suggested that his statue, currently removed from public display and held in storage, should be put on display in a museum. Generally, the museum to potentially house the Cornwallis statue is never named, most likely due to the fact that there is no obvious, ready-built choice. HRM needs a civic museum of history and archaeology. Dartmouth Heritage Museum operates out of two re-purposed heritage homes The Dar..

Lost Kingdom DISCOVERED: Archeologists unearth Biblical era town

DISCOVERY: Archeologists have unearthed this network (Pic: LIVESCIENCE) The remains of 41 villages surround Izapa, Mexico, the home of the kingdom between 700BC and 100BC. They are described as a series of "remarkable" suburbs, reports Live Science. Archeologists have now determined Izapa was not a stand-alone city, but surrounded by these towns with layouts that mirrored the ancient capital. Robert Rosenwig, an archeologist at SUNY Albany, said: "The consistency is remarkable. This is a treme..

5 upcoming home and garden events to check out in the Twin Cities

Gift & Art Expo Avoid the rush and begin holiday shopping at the Minneapolis Gift & Art Expo. Browse amid a variety of housewares, sculpture, textiles, pottery, paintings, apparel and one-of-a-kind gifts. Find holiday decor to add festive touches to living spaces and sample gourmet foods. Meet some of the skilled artists and makers who live, work and draw inspiration from the diverse Twin Cities communities. Hours: Noon-7 p.m. Nov. 2; 10 a.m-6 p.m. Nov. 3; 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Nov. 4. $6; age 16 a..

dov ganchrow combines real and 3D-printed cow skulls in modular sculpture series

drawing upon man’s fascination with skulls, product designer dov ganchrow has created a series of works that combine real and 3D-printed cow skulls, altered in various ways with a playful design attitude. in a seamless progression from earlier projects, ‘the beast of the anthropocene’ seeks to highlight man’s ever-evolving need to reshape the natural to better suit our needs. cow skull with leather sheathed horns photos by moti fishbain dov ganchrow collected the cow skulls over several years o..
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