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E-flux is read by 90,000+ art, architecture, critical, curatorial, design, and spatial practitioners. E-flux Architecture announcements are a direct e-mailing of text and image press releases to our growing database of art, architecture, urban and design professionals. Since its inception, e-flux Architecture has maintained a dynamic international program of projects and events in collaboration with leading institutions and practitioners.

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Almost half of architecture graduates are working as architectural and town planning technicians six months after graduation, with a further 17% working as architects. Apart from further qualifications in architecture, some graduates choose postgraduate study in other technical subjects, such as engineering, design or computer science, or in subjects outside the technical and construction fields. Public sector employers, such as local authorities and housing associations, employ a significant proportion of the profession, while some large organisations, such as banks and supermarkets, may have in-house architectural teams.

8 Change professional architecture organizations to advocate for the living conditions of architects. 5 Establish a union for architects, designers, academics, and interns in architecture and design. 3 Stop peddling a product-buildings-and focus on the unique value architects help realize through spatial services.

Tectonic design integrates structural, functional and aesthetic parameters whereas sustainable architecture integrates design, aesthetic, technical, functional energy and comfort parameters in an integrated design process shaping high level low energy architecture. The World Architecture festival is a three-day event for architects and interior design professionals. If you’d like to network with like-minded people and support projects that further the global practice of IA, join us today.

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