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#126 - Life of the Parti

When analyzing an architectural project, can you tell what the big idea was? Join Archispeak in episode 126 as we help you to be a better architect by establishing a vision so you can be the life of the Parti. 

The Big Idea! - Photo by Neal Pann

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"Parti pris" baked into the signature of the building.

Links

  1. Parti pris
  2. Neurosciences Institute (NSI)
  3. Salk Institute for Biological Studies
  4. VRCAT by ARCAT

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Music

The music for this episode is Run by System Kid. You can buy their music on iTunes. Support the band!

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