Search Results: 'Competitive landscape'

Search

×
×
×
×
57 results for "Competitive landscape"
WHY NOT By SHIFTboston
Hardcover: $60.00
Prints in 3-5 business days
WHY NOT by SHIFTboston is now available in print. This full color book features over 150 inspirational design proposals for the City of Boston from the SHIFTboston 2009 Ideas Competition. Explore... More > these whimsical, fun, and provocative ideas to transform Boston with public art, architecture, landscape architecture, infrastructure, and urban intervention. BUY IY. SEE IT.< Less
166 Ways to Dramatically Improve the Value of your Home By Joshua Fant
Paperback: $18.95
Prints in 3-5 business days
Quickly learn 166 ways to increase the value of your home, maximize sales price, add instant equity, increase the rental value, reduce days-on-market or simply improve your home for maximum personal... More > enjoyment. Included are 100 ideas for improving the interior of your home plus an additional 66 ideas for improving the exterior of your home and its surroundings. Did you know that providing a basic landscape clean up of your neighbor’s yard can greatly improve the market value of your home and help it sell quicker? This is just one of many brilliant ideas in this book. Pick and choose from a vast list of creative and easy improvements to match your budget and maximize the potential of your home. This book details a variety of improvements (large and small) which you can choose from based on your budget. Utilize The Improvement Plan included in this book to strategically plan your improvement and add $1,000’s of dollars to your pocket upon the sale of your home.< Less
First Suburbs By Blake Belanger & Jason Brody
Paperback: $64.90
Prints in 3-5 business days
Auto-oriented suburbs have been the dominant form of American urbanization since World War II. Because of their age and location in their regions, the earliest of these - the first suburbs - face a... More > unique set of dilemmas. Kansas State University landscape architecture students have spent the summer of 2010 addressing these dilemmas through two projects: the Build a Better Burb design competition in Long Island, New York and proposals developed in partnership with five cities in the Kansas City First Suburbs Coalition. The projects encapsulated in this book cover a range of ideas. Some are theoretical while others are concrete. Some are prototypes; others idiosyncratic. While they all address community-level concerns, many projects also operate at larger or smaller scales. Each proposal addresses multiple dilemmas facing First Suburbs, but no single proposal claims to solve them all. The projects do not offer a panacea, taken individually or as a whole: rather they take a step in the right direction.< Less
First Suburbs By Blake Belanger & Jason Brody
eBook (PDF): $0.00
Auto-oriented suburbs have been the dominant form of American urbanization since World War II. Because of their age and location in their regions, the earliest of these - the first suburbs - face a... More > unique set of dilemmas. Kansas State University landscape architecture students have spent the summer of 2010 addressing these dilemmas through two projects: the Build a Better Burb design competition in Long Island, New York and proposals developed in partnership with five cities in the Kansas City First Suburbs Coalition. The projects encapsulated in this book cover a range of ideas. Some are theoretical while others are concrete. Some are prototypes; others idiosyncratic. While they all address community-level concerns, many projects also operate at larger or smaller scales. Each proposal addresses multiple dilemmas facing First Suburbs, but no single proposal claims to solve them all. The projects do not offer a panacea, taken individually or as a whole: rather they take a step in the right direction.< Less
Last Breath In Sutherland By David Tallach
eBook (ePub): $0.00
These short stories powerfully evoke Scottish landscape, history and architecture. With a keen sense of the past impacting on the present, they are gripping and often moving. The author was a winner... More > of the WH Smith Young Writers’ competition in 1991, judged by then Poet Laureate Ted Hughes, and has wanted to publish a book of his own short stories ever since. Some of these stories have been previously published on www.cazart.co.uk. ‘The News From Moidart’ was previously published in issue 6 of the magazine Random Acts of Writing in 2007, ‘We Are For The Dark’ won third prize in a writing competition run by the Isle of Mull-based newspaper Am Muileach in 2007, and ‘Ask For Me Tomorrow’ was highly commended in the Highlands and Islands’ Short Story Association (HISSAC) competition in 2008.< Less
Last Breath In Sutherland By David Tallach
Paperback: $4.93
Prints in 3-5 business days
These short stories powerfully evoke Scottish landscape, history and architecture. With a keen sense of the past impacting on the present, they are gripping and often moving. The author was a winner... More > of the WH Smith Young Writers’ competition in 1991, judged by then Poet Laureate Ted Hughes, and has wanted to publish a book of his own short stories ever since. Some of these stories have been previously published on www.cazart.co.uk. ‘The News From Moidart’ was previously published in issue 6 of the magazine Random Acts of Writing in 2007, ‘We Are For The Dark’ won third prize in a writing competition run by the Isle of Mull-based newspaper Am Muileach in 2007, and ‘Ask For Me Tomorrow’ was highly commended in the Highlands and Islands’ Short Story Association (HISSAC) competition in 2008.< Less
21 Must Have Skills for the New Millennium: The Health, Science and Technology for Life By Damon J. Smith
Paperback: $39.95
Prints in 3-5 business days
The world is getting more and more competitive. College grads are working in the fast food industry, and people with 20 plus years of job experience are getting laid off. It’s tough times for... More > employees. Not only is the job space crowded and competitive, but for years now colleges have been turning down qualified students with high SAT scores and great grade point averages. Learning, navigating, and winning in this landscape is more complex than it’s ever been. The so-called american dream of getting an education, finding a career, working for a company for 20 plus years, owning your home and sending kids to college is long gone for most people. But there is hope. The key to winning in this system is to acquire a specialized but well rounded skill set, and recreate yourself as the most highly sought after professional you can become. The future is technology. Will you be at the forefront of innovation? The goal is to give you the skills to be a lion in this competitive environment!< Less
21 Must Have Skills for the New Millennium: The Health, Science and Technology for Life (Hardcover) By Damon J. Smith
Hardcover: $43.49
Prints in 3-5 business days
The world is getting more and more competitive. College grads are working in the fast food industry, and people with 20 plus years of job experience are getting laid off. It’s tough times for... More > employees. Not only is the job space crowded and competitive, but for years now colleges have been turning down qualified students with high SAT scores and great grade point averages. Learning, navigating, and winning in this landscape is more complex than it’s ever been. The so-called american dream of getting an education, finding a career, working for a company for 20 plus years, owning your home and sending kids to college is long gone for most people. But there is hope. The key to winning in this system is to acquire a specialized but well rounded skill set, and recreate yourself as the most highly sought after professional you can become. The future is technology. Will you be at the forefront of innovation? The goal is to give you the skills to be a lion in this competitive environment!< Less
Folly 2014: SuralArk BG By Socrates Sculpture Park
Paperback: $27.60
Prints in 3-5 business days
“Folly” is a design/build competition co-sponsored by the Architectural League and Socrates Sculpture Park, which invites emerging architects and designers to propose contemporary... More > interpretations of the architectural folly, traditionally a fanciful, small-scale building or pavilion sited in a garden or landscape to frame a view or serve as a conversation piece. This year’s “Folly” winner is Austin + Mergold. As winners, they received a grant and a two-month residency in Socrates Sculpture Park’s outdoor studio, in addition to the opportunity to build their project to scale for exhibition in the Park.< Less
Folly 2015 By Socrates Sculpture Park
Paperback: $13.50
Prints in 3-5 business days
“Folly” is a design/build competition co-sponsored by the Architectural League and Socrates Sculpture Park, which invites emerging architects and designers to propose contemporary... More > interpretations of the architectural folly, traditionally a fanciful, small-scale building or pavilion sited in a garden or landscape to frame a view or serve as a conversation piece. This year’s “Folly” winner is IK Studio. As winners, they received a grant and a two-month residency in Socrates Sculpture Park’s outdoor studio, in addition to the opportunity to build their project to scale for exhibition in the Park.< Less

Top 10

see more >
 
2
 
 
3
 
 
4
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
9
 
 
10