January 27, 2022

Princeton University Art Museum Debuts First Mobile Web App

From the Announcement: The Princeton University Art Museum announces the debut of its first mobile web application, Princeton and the Gothic Revival, a multimedia exploration of Princeton’s Gothic Revival architecture—the campus’s defining visual language—through text, audio, and images. The mobile app is accessible from any iPhone, iPod touch, or Android device and is available here. […]

Syracuse University Library Prepares to Launch Marcel Breuer Digital Archive

From the  Syracuse U. Library: On Friday, March 23rd, Syracuse University Library will launch the Marcel Breuer Digital Archive. The website represents a collaborative effort headed by the Library to digitize over 30,000 drawings, photographs, letters, and other materials related to the early career of Marcel Breuer, one of the most influential architects and furniture […]

Europeana Launches Its First Virtual Exhibit Based on User Generated Content

From the Europeana Web Site: We are excited to announce the launch of our first ever vir­tual exhi­bi­tion based on user-generated content. “Wiki Loves Art Nou­veau” is an online exhi­bi­tion made up of 50 images taken by Wiki­Com­mons mem­bers, rep­re­sent­ing some of Europe’s best exam­ples of Art Nou­veau archi­tec­ture. With over 165,000 entries in the Wiki […]

Online Database: Architecture: "AIA to Launch Database of Stalled Projects in Need of Investors"

From Construction.com: Following in the well-trod path of Match.com and other online dating services, the American Institute of Architects thinks it has found a way to attract investors to the thousands of industry projects put on hold—send the potential suitors to cyberspace for a database of the good-lookers. That is, the AIA is compiling a […]