Much like the United States Capitol, known as the White House, each state’s government has its own government which is headquartered in a state capitol building. This building, and the government housed within is limited to dealing with matters relevant to the state and coordinating with the federal government. The state capitol address is usually […]

Readers: I am hosting Tableau training this week at work. It is always a good feeling watching the newbies working with Tableau and getting excited about how easy and fun it is to be able to visualize their data. Since I never had any formal training with Tableau, I have been sitting in the class […]

Photo (above): Newtown Creek Wastewater Treatment Plant by Ennead Architects JEFF GOLDBERG ESTO 100 Breathtaking Buildings That Represent The Future Of Architecture Where you’ll be living soon, from glass tree houses to inflatable buildings. What’s the future of architecture? Ask any architect and you’ll probably get a different answer. But the future proposed by architect […]

Readers:  As a followup to the visualization I shared on mankind’s greatest architectural achievements, Britt from Podio.com shared a chart her team has created. It depicts the world’s most over-budget projects, which shockingly consist of some of the world’s most monumental buildings, such as the Montreal Olympic Stadium and the Empire State Building. To give you more of an overview, […]

Pop Chart Lab’s latest infographic charts the most significant works of architecture since 4,800 B.C. Yet another creation has rolled off the powerhouse infographics assembly line over at Pop Chart Lab, and this time, the indefatigable taxonomizers of alcohols and famous quotes have turned their attention to works of architecture. The Schematic of Structures organizes […]

Readers: As many of you know, I am a born and raised Detroiter. Despite living in Arizona most of my adult life, I still root for the hometown sports team, seem to be able to find another Detroiter in a crowded room, and long for Sanders Hot Fudge and Lafayette Coney Island hot dogs and […]

Readers: Matt Shaw, recently posted this blog on the Architizer web site. Mr. Shaw is an architecture writer, editor, etc. interested in political aesthetics, interaction design and comedy as formal generator. Matt is the founder and co-editor of Mockitecture, a half-manifesto/half-satire collection of architectural debauchery. He has worked for the Columbia Laboratory for Architectural Broadcasting […]