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Food For Thought: Performance as Criticism

I recently wrote an article for Architecture Australia on Food For Thought – an Australian spatial and performative experiment, where soup is served to individuals in exchange for ideas. Here is my article: Performance as Criticism. Linda Bennett becomes a guest soup server for Food for Thought On 23 April I dress from shoulder to […]

Design for the Dark Side at SXSW 2010

The annual South by Southwest (SXSW) Conferences and Festivals, held in Austin, Texas, offer a unique convergence of original music, independent films and emerging technologies. Every year there is opportunity to attend workshops and debates where new ideas are considered and deliberated. This year saw a conference panel discussing, Design for the Dark Side. Chart […]

NinjaFuel | Readings for the Urban Ninja (25/02/10)

NinjaFuel is a theme for posts that will keep you and your Ninja senses alert. NinjaFuel combines recent spottings in the vast online space, funny links, links to my fav tunes, and general Ninja related goodies.

NinjaFuel | Readings for the Urban Ninja (10/01/10)

“In the olden days, ninjas would develop their strength by wrestling with dogs, playing video games, and just plain hanging out. Fortunately, not much has changed.“ (excerpt from: Real Ultimate Power : The Official Ninja Book) NinjaFuel is a theme for posts that will keep you and your Ninja senses alert. NinjaFuel combines recent spottings […]

Top 9 Ninja Characteristics of Awesome Architecture Blogs

I’ve searched far and wide to find some of the most awesome Architecture blogs known to man, which I’m sure can only be written by real Ninjas.

9 Awesome Architecture blogs, each possessing a unique Ninja trait, contributing to their blog’s awesomeness:

Book Competition – Win a copy of YES IS MORE by BIG

2009 has been an awesome year for Archi-Ninja, the process of growing my site has been incredibly rewarding and enjoyable. I genuinely thank all my friends, readers and supporters who have helped me develop and expand the site throughout the year. I hope to continue growing the site by providing some cool new content in […]

Archi-Ninja on The Architects – “Advertisement for Architecture” radio segment

Recently Simon Knott and Stuart Harrison discussed the Most Over-rated Architects article and survey results on-air. Along with Christine Phillips, they run the radio show The Architects on Melbourne’s independent RRR radio station – one of my favourite Australian Architecture bloggers Rory Hyde, is their international correspondent. Listen to my segment on the show.

Massive Game of Monopoly on Google Maps

Google and the company behind Monopoly, Hasbro; have just completed the launch of the biggest game of Monopoly ever – it’s called Monopoly City Streets. Here’s how it works: Each player begins by being given $3 million to spend (Monopoly money of course!). You then set about buying any street in the world and from […]

The Surface Area Required to Power the World with Solar Panels

The following infographic depicts the surface area required to power the world with zero carbon emissions, and with Solar Panels alone.The map shows 19 areas and their relative responsibilities, placing solar power infrastructure relative to use and weather patterns. I am amazed at how little the required area actually is!

Top 10 things you’ll never hear an Architect say

Doug from the YouTube channel How To Architect goes through his Top 10 List of things that you will probably never hear an Architect say. Here’s one hilarious example “We’re on budget, and everything is going according to schedule!” haha! Hat tip to Jack @ Millenium People for pointing me to this video!