ARCCA Archives, Specialist|

arcCA 01.1, “Awarding Honor.”] ___________ Do the categories we use to organize our thoughts merely reflect our values, or do they shape them? Both, perhaps. Just for fun, here are the categories established by 1) an exhibition; 2) an awards program; 3) a theory anthology; and 4) an accrediting board. 1) from At the End of the Century: 100 Years of Architecture Grand Plans at the Turn of the Century Colonialism in the Early Twentieth Century Manifestos for a New World Visions of a New Order Modern Learning and Living at the Bauhaus The Rational Kitchen Minimum Versus Maximum Houses The Garden City and the New Town “World Of Tomorrow”: the Future of Transportation, the Politics of Monumentality Devastation and Reconstruction Creation of New Capitals Modernism at Mid-Century The Architecture of Ecology Structural Expressionism The Rise of Theory The Edge of Utopia Culture of Spectacle Mass-Produced Housing After World War II The House As an Aesthetic Laboratory The Skyscraper 2) from the 2000 AIACC Awards Program Affordable Housing Historic Preservation Design Firm Outstanding Individual Achievement (Maybeck) Allied Professions Community Housing Assistance Community Planning and Design Corporate Architect Excellence in Education Research and Technology Public Service Nature in the Built Environment (Nathaniel A. Owings) Lifetime Achievement 3) from Kate Nesbitt’s Theorizing a New Agenda: an Anthology of Architectural Theory, 1965-1995 (New York: Princeton Architectural Press, 1996) Phenomenology Aesthetic of the Sublime Linguistic Theory Marxism Feminism History and Historicism Meaning Place Urban Theory Political and Ethical Agendas The Body Typology The School of Venice Nature and Site Critical Regionalism Tectonic Expression 4) from the National Architectural Accrediting Board’s 1998 Conditions and Procedures for Professional Degree Programs in Architecture Verbal and Writing Skills Graphic Skills Research Skills Critical Thinking Skills Fundamental Design Skills Collaborative Skills Human Behavior Human Diversity Use of Precedents Western Traditions Non-Western Traditions National and Regional Traditions Environmental Conservation Accessibility Site Conditions Formal Ordering Systems Structural Systems Environmental Systems Life-Safety Systems Building Envelope Systems Building Service Systems Building Systems Integration Legal Responsibilities Building Code Compliance Building Materials and Assemblies Building Economics and Cost Control Detailed Design Development Technical Documentation Comprehensive Design Program Preparation The Legal Context of Architecture Practice Practice Organization and Management Contracts and Documentation Professional Internship Architects’ Leadership Roles The Context of Architecture Ethics and Professional Judgment __________]]>

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