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Arcspace Joins the Second Life Architecture Community!
July 20, 2007, 3:25 am
Filed under: architectural resources, architecture, arcspace, second life

One of the best parts of being involved with Second Life are those days when something new is announced, or you discover something that just blows you away. Today is one of those days.

I just found out that the premiere architecture blog arcspace.com is launching a major Second Life initiative! Read the full article HERE and HERE.

Not only are they coming to Second Life, but they have some ambitious plans! Readers and members can actually move into an arcspace Virtual Community of apartments and shops. Other plans include project presentations, exhibitions, awards, forums, debates, SL building courses, lectures, competitions and special events.

Arcspace was the very first blog I ever read. Kirsten Kiser, the author, started arcspace years before the word ‘blog’ was even a word, and has relentlessly pursued and posted the most potent and significant reviews of architecture worldwide. It has been a significant resource and inspiration to me for many years, and I can’t wait to see their Second Life presence unfold!

Send an email to kirstenkiser@arcspace.com with subject “arcspaceSL – avatar name” for an invitation to the group.

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Good news for you archies, to be sure. I built my little spot with the intention of forming a community for industrial designers, but I don’t think they’re ready yet. I look forward to hearing how this develops. Perhaps I’ll learn something.

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