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SOA Guide - Simplicable

SOA Guide - Simplicable | Architecture | Scoop.it

Our collection of Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) resources and tools.


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Emeric Nectoux's curator insight, January 8, 2014 3:39 PM

SOA is a widely misunderstood set of architectural design principles. SOA principles are really just a collection of time-honored best practices for service design. 

This very good website is an open collection of SOA resources includes overviews, design principles and security best practices to help any beginner to get started with Service-Oriented Architecture.

 

A MUST SEE FOR ANY BEGINNER.

A REFERENCE FOR ANY EXPERT

Richard Platt's curator insight, February 2, 2014 3:13 AM
Emeric Nectoux's insight:

SOA is a widely misunderstood set of architectural design principles. SOA principles are really just a collection of time-honored best practices for service design. 

This very good website is an open collection of SOA resources includes overviews, design principles and security best practices to help any beginner to get started with Service-Oriented Architecture.

 

A MUST SEE FOR ANY BEGINNER.

A REFERENCE FOR ANY EXPERT

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Two Sustainable Homes in Luque: In harmony with the environment...

Two Sustainable Homes in Luque: In harmony with the environment... | Architecture | Scoop.it

In this project, the realization of a living space that suits the topography, the vegetation, and the tropical climate required the knowledge gained from the study of vernacular architecture. 


The “Culata Jovai” or “House of Confronted Rooms” is a bioclimatic solution to incorporating traditional ways of living harmoniously with the environment in Paraguay. It constitutes a base typology for a reinterpretation of the vernacular, according to new functional programs, needs of symbolic representation and new technologies, framed in a sustainable project.

With the inclusion of green roof, the original space of vegetation displaced by the construction was recovered, also reducing the heat gain due to the thermal inertia of the underground spaces, therefore reducing greatly the conventional energy consumption of homes.


View more images of this unique sustainable home at the article link...


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10 Amazing Examples of Math Inspired Architecture & Why Web Designers Are Bedouin Surfing An Endless Wave of Change

10 Amazing Examples of Math Inspired Architecture & Why Web Designers Are Bedouin Surfing An Endless Wave of Change | Architecture | Scoop.it

The link between math and architecture goes back to ancient times, when the two disciplines were virtually indistinguishable. Pyramids and temples were some of the earliest examples of mathematical...

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I share these amazing pictures of architecture inspired by math because Web 3.0 feels less wireframes and more movable feast. As the social conversation becomes the medium of exchange online we are LESS likely to GO TO A PLACE and more likely to seek the warmth of conversations with friends.

Math will become a building block of our web architecture just as the only way to imagine these buildings was with math. The math that will matter will be the predictive analytics of Wall Street combined with the artistic beauty of Gehry, the music of jazz and smooth surface of an Alex Katz or the broken plates of an early Julian Schnabel.

As we move into the web's social future our place will be where there are relevant conversations. We will be Bedouins moving from one conversational camp to another, brewing tea in the dessert and listening to the wind as we appreciate the rarity of rain.

More on web designers as Bedouin on G+
https://plus.google.com/102639884404823294558/posts/DvqXp3f7y5Q


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Architect's curator insight, May 8, 2014 4:31 PM

Arquitectura se remonta a tiempos antiguos. Esta un sito de la Matematicas incluir en arquitectura. La sito tenga muco pictures de la arte. Edificio es un reflexion de la paisaje. Es un muy bien sito.

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LEGO, an Enterprise Architecture Perspective | Bluelighthouse.org

LEGO, an Enterprise Architecture Perspective | Bluelighthouse.org | Architecture | Scoop.it

LEGO is a well-known brand around the globe for making creative and innovative toys. 


In enterprise architecture, artifacts are the bricks of your EA program. These artifacts should be built on the LEGO six value points:

ImaginationCreativityFunLearningCareQuality


...and should be reusable over and over again to build the architecture of your business for future sustainability. The main purpose of EA artifacts is to combine them together to create value for the organization, enhance its efficiency, innovate its operations and build creativity in the overall structure of an organization.


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Emeric Nectoux's curator insight, February 16, 2014 7:44 AM

The famous LEGO metaphor... easy but very true and go straight to its goal.

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Beautiful, Innovative, and Sustainable: The Future of Green Architecture

Beautiful, Innovative, and Sustainable: The Future of Green Architecture | Architecture | Scoop.it

Today, architecture finds itself at a crossroads.

Building materials and new construction, along with the operation and maintenance of buildings, account for a significant sum of the world’s greenhouse gas emissions.

 

Faced with this fact, how are architects to responsibly pursue the act (and art) of architecture without further deteriorating the planet’s environmental make-up or depleting its resources?

What forms of high and low technology can be developed to curtail the injurious side of building?

Can good—or even great—architecture be sustainable?

 

The answer, of course, is yes. The best buildings have always shown a concern for their immediate environs and how they fit in them, whether they were conscious of “sustainability” or not. Now, all architects and buildings are expected to be engaged with sustainable standards, such as LEED titles, photovoltaic cells, or green roofs—all things that these 10 projects have in common. Check out our favorite projects in architecture + sustainability...


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Lauren Moss's curator insight, January 17, 2013 6:32 PM

A curated collection of (relatively) recent sustainable building projects that highlight innovative approaches to environmental design and green building, with links provided for additional information and details.

Paige's curator insight, August 6, 2014 2:47 PM

Green architecture! I've dreamt and have considered going into a field of real estate specializing in the building and selling of eco-friendly homes!

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LEGO, an Enterprise Architecture Perspective | Bluelighthouse.org

LEGO, an Enterprise Architecture Perspective | Bluelighthouse.org | Architecture | Scoop.it

LEGO is a well-known brand around the globe for making creative and innovative toys. 


In enterprise architecture, artifacts are the bricks of your EA program. These artifacts should be built on the LEGO six value points:

ImaginationCreativityFunLearningCareQuality


...and should be reusable over and over again to build the architecture of your business for future sustainability. The main purpose of EA artifacts is to combine them together to create value for the organization, enhance its efficiency, innovate its operations and build creativity in the overall structure of an organization.


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Emeric Nectoux's curator insight, February 16, 2014 7:44 AM

The famous LEGO metaphor... easy but very true and go straight to its goal.

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10 Best Art Portfolios by Architecture Students | PortPrep Blog

10 Best Art Portfolios by Architecture Students | PortPrep Blog | Architecture | Scoop.it
Let these awesome art portfolio by current and former architecture students inspire you to create your own for your application in college.

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Christopher Jan Benitez's curator insight, January 31, 2014 7:14 PM

For high school seniors preparing their architecture portfolio for college admission, PortPrep features some of the best art portfolios made by past and current architecture students. These should inspire you to make your portfolio just as good as the ones featured, if not better!

Architect's curator insight, May 19, 2014 11:42 PM

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Este sitio web describe cómo entrar en Architexture. Si quieres hacerlo como un profesional de la arquitectura en la vida, es necesario poseer las habilidades creativas necesarias para planificar, diseñar, y edificios de diseño. Para que esto suceda, es necesario inscribirse a un buen programa de arquitectura en la universidad. Sin embargo, sólo conseguirá aceptado a un programa de arquitectura si las presenta un portafolio de arte. Esto debe mostrar sus habilidades que las universidades están buscando de potenciales estudiantes de arquitectura.

 
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10 Best Art Portfolios by Interior Architecture Students

10 Best Art Portfolios by Interior Architecture Students | Architecture | Scoop.it
See what current and former interior architecture students are made of by looking at some of the best portfolios made in interior architecture.

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Christopher Jan Benitez's curator insight, March 17, 2014 4:17 AM

In their field of study, the role of interior architecture students is to maintain the balance of usability and visual appeal of a living space. In this post, we feature the ergonomic and attractive art portfolios made by professional interior architects and those currently studying interior architecture to give you an idea on how influential and important their role is in improving the way of life.