In this case, Sarah Blitzer, an M.Arch + M.S. Historic Preservation student at the University of Pennsylvania, reached out to me to suggest I make sure to check out 3D-DREAMING, which is a visual-centric blog of the latest things happening in architecture and structural design (a few of the 3D printed items in the grid have already shown up here for #3dthursday in the past). I think this is a great lead to round out the architecture-related books I have been sharing here recently. Fantastic resource, thanks for the tip, Sarah! If any of you have other tips for me to check out, send them my way!
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