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Book Review: Cracking the Cube

Explore why the Rubik's Cube, invented in the 1970s by a professor of architecture, continues to test the wits of college students, engineering professors, math wizards and 'speedcubers'

International Design Challenge Inspires Students to Transform Public Spaces

The University of Westminster organised an international design challenge to help reclaim disused spaces. The winning team, from VNIT, Nagpur, will now showcase its work in London

How to be an Entrepreneur Q&A with Gauri Singh

May 20, 2019 |
Founder of The Maids' Company, Gauri Singh, shares how she got there after doing a Bachelors in Architecture, and years of valuable experience with SEWA and UMA. She spoke to BrainGain Magazine about entrepreneurship, her degree in Architecture and the secret to success. A must watch for budding entrepreneurs.

How to be a good architect - Q & A with Prof. Lochhead

BrainGain Magazine spoke to Prof. Helen Lochhhead, Dean of Faculty of Built Environment at University of New South Wales, Sydney, about how to choose a progamme, interdisciplinary learning, and faculty.

A unique college for the Building Arts

In Charleston, a city famous for its historic buildings, students can earn degrees in the traditional skills that enable them to restore architectural heritage around the world

Become an Architect, Italian Style

Are buildings and structures with design elements your passion? Then check out the Italian style at some of their best institutions for architectural programmes.

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