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Are Online Meetings Noisy?

Imagine that you are working in the office trying to make a deadline. But your coworker starts on-line meeting with his computer next to your desk. His voice is loud for the mic to catch it. “Dumb it! He is so noisy!”. You must be irritated with this situation. Noise

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Yugen and the Art of Mysteriousness in Japanese Architecture

[videojs_video url=”https://pedarch.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/07/PED-Blog-Post-2-1.mp4″ poster=”https://pedarch.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/08/Post2.jpg”] Yugen: appreciating the unknown Japan is a country made up of islands. Surrounded by the ocean, its climate is humid and constantly changing. Along the coast, high mountains are often covered in mist and fog. In part, familiarity with these transforming, obscured landscapes–as seen in this scroll

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“Clouds, Bubbles, and Waves” of Japanese architecture

What are “clouds, bubbles, and waves”? They suggest impermanence of Japanese architecture, but also resiliency of it. At the symposium on this very curious subject at Yale School of Architecture, Yoko Kawai of PED had a pleasure to moderate one of the sessions. Japanese architecture is known for its respect

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Are Online Meetings Noisy?

Imagine that you are working in the office trying to make a deadline. But your coworker starts on-line meeting with his computer next to your desk. His voice is loud for the mic to catch it. “Dumb it! He is so noisy!”. You must be irritated with this situation. Noise

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Yugen
Yugen and the Art of Mysteriousness in Japanese Architecture

[videojs_video url=”https://pedarch.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/07/PED-Blog-Post-2-1.mp4″ poster=”https://pedarch.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/08/Post2.jpg”] Yugen: appreciating the unknown Japan is a country made up of islands. Surrounded by the ocean, its climate is humid and constantly changing. Along the coast, high mountains are often covered in mist and fog. In part, familiarity with these transforming, obscured landscapes–as seen in this scroll

Read More »
“Clouds, Bubbles, and Waves” of Japanese architecture

What are “clouds, bubbles, and waves”? They suggest impermanence of Japanese architecture, but also resiliency of it. At the symposium on this very curious subject at Yale School of Architecture, Yoko Kawai of PED had a pleasure to moderate one of the sessions. Japanese architecture is known for its respect

Read More »

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Penguin Environmental Design
56 Lynmoor Place, Hamden, CT 06517
info@pedarch.com