my name is Nicola Ancona and Principal Architect at Soloarte a small practice in Battersea, specialising in the residential and commercial sectors.
Besides being interested in meeting up with architectural practitioners to further up architectural discourses, I am also looking for Architectural Assistants or Architects with excellent skills, ideally, in:
Adobe: In Design, Illustrator, Photoshop;
English spoken and written…
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Hello, my name is Nick Humphreys, an architecture student from London South Bank. I am currently studying one day per week on my part II and looking for a new job at an exciting firm. My priority is getting practical experience of a real job, so if needed I will work full time.
I graduated last year with a 2:1 and have a huge range of prior experience in a variety of fields, as well as architecture. I am intelligent, responsible and diligent and passionate about making real things…Continue
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You are cordially invited to a Collaborative Networking Event
This event will promote the Build South London Network through a simple environmental action-plan that will be of use to your business
This will be followed by food, drinks and a chance to meet other local organisations
PLEASE CHECK THE ATTACHMENT FOR BENEFITS OF JOINING THE NETWORK
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Art Gallery Culture
The architecture of art galleries is changing and evolving over time. Architects have been suggesting different definitions for space to display art. Do these differences just simply replicate the successful…Continue
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If ever you need a fish graphic for your brochure print, poster or booklet printing designs, it is best to always go vector. Why? Because vectors are easily scalable, with little to no risk of distortions, especially if you want to print them. That is why it is better to learn creating your own graphics in vector form using software like Adobe…Continue
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Welcome to this tutorial for turning your simple title text to rock or stone looking text in 3D. In this guide we will be using Adobe Illustrator in creating this style. This helps you create a vector type art, perfect for scaling these graphics for printed materials such as small booklets and brochures or even large posters, banners and streamers. So…Continue
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Illustrator has a lot pretty great features that allow you to turn standard vector text into artistic handwritten type artwork. In this tutorial we will go through the steps to help you learn how to do convert your own typical title text designs to exquisite looking handwritten work. You can apply this effect to your posters, magazine ads or even on your web site design. Follow the steps below and you will see the easy step by step process in adding that artistic handwritten look for your…Continue
Added by Kristina Cruz on April 16, 2012 at 14:40 — No Comments
YOU could be eligible for free carbon reduction training (normally worth more than £1,000).
There are two upcoming training events, on April 18th and May 17th, and would involve an…Continue
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Price tags are a common graphic art that is used for many different marketing prints such as in brochure printing, and booklet printing. Now with the easy tools that you can get from illustrator, you yourself can create your own great looking vector price tag graphics easily. Let me teach the basics in creating a good looking vector price tag for your…Continue
Added by Kristina Cruz on April 9, 2012 at 0:32 — No Comments
The Clover Leaf, especially the four leaf clover is a symbol of luck. This is a great addition to your digital or print designs, if you are aiming for that lucky, nature like covers. This applies not only for headers and banners, but also for booklet printing, catalogues and brochure printing as well. If you want your own original creation of a clover…Continue
Added by Kristina Cruz on April 8, 2012 at 8:15 — No Comments
Do you need to create your own custom made CD or DVD graphic for your digital or printed copy designs? While it may look complicated, replicating the look and feel of a DVD or CD item is actually fairly easy to do. This guide will show you the step by step process in creating one using Illustrator. So if you need a DVD graphic for your web designs, or print designs for booklet printing and…Continue
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I am curious about what the SLSA may be doing these days?
I have heard nothing for some time and wonder if - as has happened before - the Region is falling once more into desuetude?
I hope not.
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Exhibition 31-01-2011 to 11-02-2011
Back in September, post-graduate architecture students from the University of Broghton set off up the A23, heading for Brixton. Since them, they have been scampering through the city, knocking on doors, asking questions, testing implementations, and making interventions. Now it's time to expose what's been going on and for you to get involved.
The Brick Box Gallery, Brixton Village Market, Unit 41-41 SW9 8PS
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An excellent presentation by Marc Vlessing of Pocket Living.
Some challenging views especially for planners in th light of the new London Housing Design Guide (http://www.london.gov.uk/who-runs-london/mayor/publications/housing/london-housing-design-guide).
Check out Pocket Living (…Continue
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