Let the Convergence Begin!
June 20, 2007, 4:55 am
Filed under: architect, architecture, second life

These are exciting times for Architecture and Second Life!

Sun Microsystems brought Cameron Sinclair to Second Life last month. Autodesk brought rockstars Sergio Palleroni and Chris Luebkeman for some unforgettable events. This week, a phenomenal line-up of Second Life events was projected at the Design Museum in London for the Royal Institute of British Architects ‘Architecture Week’ (thanks again to Fraser Fonda!).

This month’s ‘Architect‘ magazine mentions Second Life (wtg aloft!), last month’s ‘Metropolis‘ featured Second Life (wtg Tab Scott! – who was already recognzied for his work in Second Life in ‘Architectural Record‘ and earlier this year). The press mentions could go on and on.

If you’re still on the fence, it’s time….

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any links for those articles?

Comment by theoryshaw

Aha, good idea!

Couldn’t find one for the article in ‘Architect’ but it was a pretty brief mention ‘Starwood opened an aloft hotel last October in the online world of Second LIfe, inviting users to weigh in on the color palette and other design features. The company promises that design changes it made to the virtual aloft based on user feedback will be reflected in the real hotels, too.”

Comment by keystonesl

Are “Architect” and “Metropolis” available for overseas subscribers?

Comment by Shannon

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